3M™ Panagraphics III 19oz Backlit Banner/Flexible Face Material



NOTE: 50 yd orders contain two 25 yd rolls

  • 19 ounce tough and flexible, single-sided, backlit vinyl material with smooth front surface for both vinyl lettering or ink jet printing
  • Cost-effective choice for medium term, interior, or exterior promotional backlit signs and awnings. 
  • Enhanced with whiteners to make images "pop"
  • Low visibility of scrim for a less distracting view of the sign image when backlit
  • Print Side Out/3 inch cores
  • Ships truck freight only due to size and weight
  • Print compatibility: Solvent, Eco-Solvent, UV, Latex
  • For profiles: 3M Graphic Solutions - Color / ICC Profiles

Translucent Tips and Tricks

"Many customers "double strike" their translucent material to help the image from becoming "washed out" when the material is lit. On light boxes with very bright bulbs (typically when the box is very high off the ground) you can print the image on clear vinyl, and apply the same image directly on top of it, printed on white translucent, for the greatest "pop" from the colors. If you are using a clear substrate, and getting "hot spots" of light, try adding diffuser film to the back of the substrate. It will help even out the light diffusion and give you a more even tone."

How to Hem Your Own Banner Without Sewing

We've got everything you need to make a banner, including material, tape, grommets, and Banner-Ups!

  • Step 1: Choose the banner material and apply the vinyl graphics or inkjet print
  • Step 2: Hem with banner hem tape
  • Step 3: Squeegee down the taped edge
  • Step 4: Install attachments such as grommets or Banner-Ups
  • Step 5: Install your finished banner!

Avoid double striking translucent materials, this can cause premature failure of the graphic due to over saturation of inks, not to mention darker daytime colors. Instead, try printing the image on clear and apply it to the sign face first, then apply the laminated translucent print on top of that."


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