How can I print on Dura-Bright™ Synthetic Papers?

Printability is one of Dura-Bright™’s best qualities. Dura-Bright is compatible with screen printing and offset lithography. Before you attempt to print on this type of material, we strongly recommend you contact your ink vendor to see what types of inks can be used with polypropylene sheets. We can even provide you with sample sheets of Dura-Bright, which you can have your ink vendor analyze to determine the best ink systems to work with your process.

Dura-Bright synthetic paper is solvent inkjet ink printable; however, other types of inkjet ink will not stick to the surface of this film.

Dura-Bright can also be printed on low-temperature PPC/Laser equipment. If you aren’t sure if your PPC/Laser printer is low temperature, please check with your manufacturer before trying this out.

Contact us today with your printing requirements so we can help you get the correct material for your specific needs.