SIGN me up! Introducing Mohawk Printable Textiles and Canvas for Wide Format

The way materials feel can be a powerful tool to help communicate a brand’s essence. That’s why we’re beyond excited to announce our latest foray into the world of inkjet printing….with a new line of printable textile and canvas.

We’ve partnered with Aurora Specialty Textiles Group, a North American manufacturer of high quality textile substrates for printing, to bring you our new line of Mohawk Printable Textiles and Canvas. These new products expand and complement our existing wide format portfolio that includes the current line of polyester based films and other unique specialty items.

We are greeted by signage nearly anywhere we turn, acting to inform us of businesses, conveying brands, and communicating unique selling propositions. Its impact can’t be denied. And with the creative possibilities of textiles and canvas, there’s an additional layer of visual and sensory advantages.

With this launch, we have become the exclusive distributor throughout North America for Aurora Specialty Textiles Group and have added 12 new canvas and textile products, including five canvas, six 100% polyester textiles and one removable adhesive product that are soft in appearance and that can communicate and your enhance brand’s message through touch.

Whether you’re looking for printable textiles for home furnishings, upholstery, curtains and carpeting or for retail settings and trade shows (where textile options offer easy shipping and setup) Mohawk is now your one stop shop for high end wide format materials.

For more information about printable textiles and canvas, head over to MakeReady

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  1. Posted by Forum Shah on 03.15.17 at 1:43 pm


    I own a company Forum Enterprises in Mumbai, India. I supply stationery paper and take up contractual printing various types of paper and plastic items. I’m interested in further widening my printing profile and would like to explore an opportunity of marketing your textile-based products in Mumbai and selling them on contractual basis.

    Is it possible to have such collaboration? Please let me know your thoughts and further steps.

    Thank you!

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