Polysatin Polysilk Polyester Fabric Dye Sub Printed Banners


Wholesale Polyester Satin Silk Display Banners – Dye Sublimation Printed to Brokers/Resellers/Bulk

Our Satin Fabric Banners are printed using dye-sublimation fabric printing on Ultra-smooth Poly Satin Cloth Fabric and feature beautiful photo quality. These cloth banners are an outstanding choice for conventions, office, store or showroom interiors and trade show exhibits. Polyester Satin Cloth for Dye Sublimation Printing Fabric Sublimation Printing on 3.2 oz. Satin Fabric Banner Material is available with the following options

  • FREE set-up on most banner printing
  • Hot knife edge-finishing
  • Hems and/or Grommets
  • Pole Pockets
  • Hem Reinforcing
  • Design Services
  • Ship in approx. 3 to 5 working days
  • Rush Orders & Expedited Shipping
  • Note: We cannot guarantee exact color matching for all Pantone™ colors

Dye-sublimation 3.2 oz. Polyester Satin Cloth Banners are mainly used for:

  • Trade Show Displays
  • Interior P.O.P. Displays
  • Backdrops
  • Inside Store Product Promotions
  • …and more!


Dye Sublimated Fabric display

Large Quantity Quotations

If you need large quantities of banners, call us at 509-483-8000, email our sales department directly at sales@visigraph.com, or fill out our Get A Quote form.

The Visigraph 100% Satisfaction Guarantee

We pay careful attention to every detail on every order we receive, and our 100% Satisfaction Guarantee is just what it says…you’ll love our decals or we’ll re-do them. It doesn’t happen often, but hey, we’re human too! Rest assured, though, that if it does, we’ll fix’em free of charge and with no hassle.

Calculating the Size of your Sign, Banner, or Decal

Length x Width = Number of Square Inches. For example, if you have a decal that is 3” x 5” simply multiply 3 x 5 = 15 square inches.

More Information on Dye-sublimation Printing

Dye-sublimated printing is a heat-transfer process, whereby a graphic is printed in reverse on a special transfer paper and heat-transferred while applying high pressure to polyester fabrics. After the paper is printed, the ink/paper is heated to 400+ degrees and using pressure on the paper/ink/fabric, the ink turns into a gas and “sublimates” itself into the fabric – hence the term dye-sublimation. Compared to direct solvent print to fabric, the dye-sublimation process provides more vibrant colors and a photo-clear definition. Another advantage of the dye-sublimation printing process is that these fabric banners are machine washable on a gentle cycle with mild detergent. You can’t do this with solvent-printed fabrics.

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