Neoprene Fabric Printing
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- ≥ 0.5 m2: £59/sq m
- ≥ 3 m2: £57/sq m 3.4% Discount
- ≥ 10 m2: £52/sq m 11.9% Discount
- ≥ 50 m2: £45/sq m 23.7% Discount
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The custom Neoprene fabric, UK printed, is one of our most unique printables. Weighing 1000gsm, it is a heavy material with a separate knitted poly face which is bonded to black neoprene backing, which itself has a black inner lining. Made of a tight and closed knit construct, the fabric is solid, made of blackout material, which does not allow light through. It also has water absorbent qualities, works as an excellent thermal insulator, and posses a highly spongy elastic nature, which makes the fabric flexible and easy to manipulate. The printing process results in compression, leaving the finished product between 3-4mm thick, printing on neoprene material has never been so simple.
- Max Print: 1.3m, Weight: 1000gsm
- Properties: soft, elastic, matt, opaque
- Black neoprene back, light white poly face
- 3mm thick after printing (4mm before)
- You can order your neoprene in customised sizes and select “cut on the line” to receive them separate instead of in one big piece. If you are unsure, feel free to contact the lovely customer service team and they can assist you.
- Neoprene is so unique in its qualities that its only close fabric relative at Contrado is the scuba a very thick Lycra. Even then, they are only close in a way that Scuba has similar textures, but the Scuba is a much lighter version. Scuba weighs in at 275gsm and the Neoprene weighs 1000gsm.
- The processing procedure for transferring print onto Neoprene takes place at a high temperature so you are safe to iron up to 120°C. Just be sure that your iron is clean before as it may leave marks, if you are worried, try using a clean cloth between the iron and fabric, to protect it.