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Paper Substrates
By Catherine Diamond, Associate Editor
Published September 13, 2013
Suppliers have expanded their portfolios to meet converters’ need for sustainable, durable papers that are compatible with multiple print technologies. Read More »
Published January 23, 2013
MACtac Printing Products has enhanced its Indie line of certified stocks for Indigo by expanding its offerings to include a patented, non-ooze MP910 adhesive and the addition of redigo, complementary labelstocks that have ben optimized to be topcoate… Read More »
Published April 19, 2012
Masterpiece Revolution Synthetic Paper has been certified by RIT for printing on the HP Indigo 5500, 7000 and 7500 digital sheet presses. These stocks are a part of MGX’s exclusive Revolution lineup, which are interchangeably compatible with li… Read More »
Published January 10, 2012
Masterpiece Graphix's MAX Impact Card Stock has been certified by RIT for printing on two different HP Indigo models. Read More »
Published September 15, 2010
Certified digital labelstocks are also an area of focus at Labelexpo. Read More »
Paper Substrates
Published August 27, 2010
The digital printing boom has led paper suppliers to expand portofolios while focusing on variety, versatility and application-specific labelstocks. Read More »
Published May 17, 2010
Three new lines from Arjobex America include synthetic stocks for HP Indigo, wet glue applications, and board converting. Read More »
Published September 10, 2012
Masterpiece Graphix (MGX) has announced its capability as a “total solutions provider” for the digital substrate industry. MGX offers end-to-end consultation and materials for users of PVC, styrene, polypropylene, synthetic papers and oth… Read More »
Published March 22, 2011
The New Jersey converter has been working for years to reduce its carbon footprint. Read More »
Making the bottle fit the label
Published January 15, 2010
Everyone's heard about how long the gestation period for an elephant is, right? Twenty-two months in case you've forgotten. Well, how about three companies beginning work on a label in 2007 for a prod… Read More »
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