Custom printed mesh banner

Custom printed mesh banner 

Our client Triangle Pr ordered a custom printed MESH banner that required sewn in ratchet straps to create tension between the two posts of the entrance to CDQL in Stockport. The banner was later cut to reveal the entrance, as part of the grand opening of the new building.

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