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Three Common Flag Materials We Use

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Three Common Flag Materials We Use

March 20, 2017

There are many flag materials that can be used to make custom flags with, here at Meyatoo we use three main materials and they are:

  • 100D Polyester for the budget in mind and promo uses.
  • 200D Trilobal/Knitted Polyester for durability – longer life.
  • 500D Woven bunting Polyester for extra durability – longer life
    (it’s the most durable flag material you can get)

100D Polyester

100D Polyester Sample

100D Polyester Sample

100D polyester – An inexpensive flag material, made of thin polyester to be used for special events and promo giveaways. The material can be used for outside but the life expectancy is limited.

Recommended printing techniques are silk screening and dye sublimation, the flag material is printed on one side and it bleeds through to the other side at about 98%, the image is then seen on the other side in reverse.

200D Trilobal/Knitted Polyester

200D Trilobal/Knitted Polyester Sample

200D Trilobal/Knitted Polyester Sample

This material will last longer than woven polyester, This material is one of strongest and most durable material in flag making one of the best choices if you are going to fly your flag 24/7 and this material needs very little wind to move it.

Recommended printing techniques are silk screening and dye sublimation and digital print, the print is done on one side and it bleeds through to the other side at about 95%, the image is then seen on the other side in reverse.

500D Woven Bunting Polyester

500D Woven Bunting Polyester Sample

500D Woven Bunting Polyester Sample

Spun polyester is the most durable flag material you can get. The open weave reduces fabric stress and resists high winds. This flag material is the best choice if you fly the flag 24/7 and your wind speed is higher.

As spun polyester flags are made from heavier fabric they require a higher wind speed to “fly” than knitted polyester flags. Also they require more effort to put up and take down.

Recommended printing techniques are silk screening. The print is done on one side and it bleeds through to the other side at about 90%, the image is then seen on the other side in reverse.

* If a design needs to be digitally printed, 500D polyester is not available.

Final Summery:

The location of where the flag is to be flown will determine the materials best suited. Take into consideration the types of conditions your flag with endure example, weather and sunlight are big factors into the life of the flag. If you want your flag to last, there is no point in having your flag made with lower grades of polyester if your flag will be flown in extreme weather conditions.

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