Custom Neoprene Fabric Printing
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- ≥ 0.5 m2: $80/sq m
- ≥ 3 m2: $79/sq m 1.2% Discount
- ≥ 10 m2: $72/sq m 10.0% Discount
- ≥ 50 m2: $59/sq m 26.2% Discount
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The custom Neoprene fabric is one of our most unique printable. Weighing 29.5oz, it's a heavy material with a separate knitted poly face which is bonded to black neoprene backing, itself with a black inner lining. Made of a tight and closed knit construct, this fabric is solid, made of black out material, and does not allow light through. It also has water absorbent qualities, works as an excellent thermal insulator, and possesses a highly spongy elastic nature making the fabric flexible and easy to manipulate. It starts off 0.118" deep, but processing compresses the fabric, leaving the finished product about 0.08" thick.
- Max Width: 1.42yd, Weight: 29.49oz
- Properties: Soft, Elastic, Matte, Opaque
- Black neoprene back, light white poly face
- 0.08" - 0.16" thick
You can order your neoprene in customized sizes and select “cut on the line” to receive them separate instead of in one big piece. If you are unsure, feel free to contact the lovely customer service team and they can assist you.
Neoprene is so unique in it’s qualities that it’s only close Contrado relative is the Scuba, a very thick Lycra. Even then this fabric is only close because the Scuba has similar textures, but the Scuba is a much lighter version. The Scuba weighs in at 8.1oz and the Neoprene weighs 29.5oz. If you aren't sure, order a swatch pack to have the entire range.
The processing procedure for transferring print onto Neoprene takes place at a high temperature so you are safe to be ironing up to 248 degrees F. Just be sure that your iron is clean before you use it as it may leave marks. If you are worried, try using a clean cloth between the iron and fabric to protect it.