Printed Table Throws
Twill Print Methods:
That “WOW” Factor.
What is dye sub printing?
Introduction into dye sublimation.
Fire Retardant Fabric:
Fire retardant terminology and information.
More than just a fabric!
Twill Events Fabric:
There are polyester fabrics and then there is Twill!
About Banjo Cloth:
Banjo can save you money!
Why Use Twill Fabric:
Certified flame retardant.
Why Use Poly Poplin Fabric:
Certified & non-certified flame retardant.
Printed Table Throws is the effective way to deliver your branding and message!
Deliver your message or branding effectively with a Printed Table Throws or table runner. Camelback Displays throw covers are fully customizable with the most up to date printing techniques including full-color dye sublimation, heat transfer and silk screen printing on our table covers, table runners, and table skirts. We guarantee high-quality printing on all of our table throws and covers with a fast turn around. PMS color matching also available! Explore our vast selection of printed table covers!
Full Color Throws
Silk Screen Throws
Heat Transfer Throws
GETTING GRAPHICS READY FOR PRINTED TABLE COVERS
1 Double check the print area for your table cover. This is the first and easiest step to make sure your intended artwork will work appropriately with your cover. Depending on the print method you’ve chose you may be printing on the front panel only or all over the entire cover.
2 Check colors, color modes and quality at print size. If you’re dealing with raster graphics, always be sure to zoom in to print size when your art is enlarged to fit the cover’s print area. Also ensure (whether vector or raster graphics) that your art is in CMYK color mode and using PMS colors if possible.
3 Outline text, embed external files. All text should be outlined to avoid font replacement as well as linked images being embedded if working with an Illustrator/InDesign file.
4 Save your file in an acceptable file type. Acceptable file types include: .pdf, .ai, .psd, .if, .jpg, .eps (InDesign files are not accepted, please export a .pdf or full quality .jpg from InDesign). Please Note: If you’re printing a heat transfer or silk screened table cover only vector artwork can be accepted.