Textile Printing

Digital sublimation printing is a modern technology for printing on textile materials which can be used for items such as flags, promotional banners and wall coverings.

Subliminal printing enables the permanent dying of fibres which means that they can be washed and ironed. What’s more, they are extremely resistant to adverse weather conditions including sunlight.

The choice of materials for textile printing is constantly expanding. When combined with the possibilities provided by sublimation printing, there are countless options to increase the exposure of your product or service.

Used increasingly as an external advertisement platform, large-format textile banners are now in widespread use and very popular within the exhibitions, advertising and architectural sectors.


Given that care for the environment is becoming increasingly important, subliminal printing is a good option for brands who wish to demonstrate their green credentials. This is principally because the most commonly used paints in this printing process are water-based, not solvent based.

Also worth mentioning are the physical qualities of the textile materials. The materials can be bent and folded without causing any damage to the print. Certain materials even allow light and wind to pass through them, making them perfect for dressing buildings. Furthermore, their light weight allows for a significant reduction in logistic costs.

Whatever your print requirement, we’d welcome the chance to provide you with a quote.

So why not give us a call on 020 333 200 92. We look forward to helping you.


  • Easy to build and extremely lightweight. The most portable exhibition stand system.

    View X-10 CROSSwire
  • The most popular modular exhibition stand system. Made from aluminium and composite.

    View X-15 EXPOwire
  • Foldable exhibition trussing which can be adapted to suit any floor space or height.

    View X-20 TRUSSwire
  • Transport your exhibition stand equipment safely with our unique collapsable flight cases.

    View F-10 Flight Cases