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  1. So im new to the solvent printing world and looking for some guidelines on pricing out printed jobs. Cost of the Lam and substrates i can figure out but what about the contour cutting and ink cost? and how does everyone factor that in. Thanks.
  2. Hi there! I am looking for a double sided banner material that will give me a true matte finish AFTER printing with eco solvent inks. I'm currently using a double sided PVC banner material that gives me a matte finish on light colored, low saturation prints. However, on dark colored prints with high color saturation there is a definite sheen - a satin or almost semi-gloss finish. My applications require virtually zero sheen. I've been able to achieve this using polypropylene banner but am looking for a double-sided smooth vinyl or pvc banner material that will do the same. Thanks in advance!