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  • Is Tyvek a type of scrim?

    Need to run HP Durable Dupont Tyvek 11.8 mill (Think it's discontinued??) on a HP Designjet Z2500ps. Ran a similar job once a few years ago but not sure what settings where used.
    Wondering if it's ok to use the paper type as a 'Banner and Sign Material'? My 2 choices are 'HP Opaque Scrim' and 'Scrim Banner'. Tyvek is not an option as a setting. Are they both considered a "vinyl" type of material?

    Thanks!

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    I think the former is the correct option to use, but you can always do a test print to ensure things are printing correctly.

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      Scrim is just an updated layer in tyvek/vinyl. It makes the product more durable and tear resistant mainly because of the thickness scrim is (usually around 14mil).

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