Duratrans prints are a type of large-format, backlit graphic that is used for display in lightboxes and other illuminated signage. The term “Duratrans” is a registered trademark of Eastman Kodak, and it refers to a specific type of transparency film that is used in the printing process but has now become synonymous with backlit film printing. The film is then mounted onto a lightbox or other backlit display, where the image is illuminated from behind. This creates a vibrant, eye-catching display that is visible even in low light conditions.
Duratrans prints are commonly used for advertising, retail signage, and other types of visual communication. They are durable and resistant to fading, making them well-suited for long-term display. They are also easy to install and maintain, making them a popular choice for businesses and organizations looking to create impactful displays.
The material is a translucent-base color transparency material designed for producing large transparencies for backlit displays on illuminators without built-in diffusers. The white-pigmented coating provides its own diffusion for great versatility. The 7-mil ESTAR Thick Base provides resistance to tearing, which makes it especially suited for large displays. It features the superb whites you have been looking for, deep D-max, a broad gamut of dynamic colors, and excellent reproduction of fine detail.