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    May 20, 2016
    Acucote has extended its line of specialty films to include 2 mil Clear PET Dry Erase Overlaminate, 3.5 mil White Dry Erase Vinyl and 5 mil Black Chalkboard Vinyl. The dry erase overlaminating film is stocked with OL1, a clear permanent adhesive, on…

  • DuPont Advanced Printing launches new 3D anti-counterfeiting film

    May 5, 2016
    This new film utilizes DuPont imaging technology and enables the integration of overt anti-counterfeiting features.

  • Flint Group develops laser ablative dry film

    April 14, 2016
    The LADF has been designed for imaging on infrared laser systems.


    April 8, 2016
    FLEXcon has announced the availability of STABRITE Outdoor Durable Fluorescent Films, a line of vivid and durable fluorescent films produced by affiliate SMV Technologies. The offering is available in three-year durable non-laminated (print…


    March 21, 2016
    Innovia Films has launched two new high barrier films for labeling applications – UltraFoil CXFA (clear) and WXFA (white), which both have EU and FDA food contact compliance. Both grades are available in 53 and 61 micron thicknesses and provide…

  • Study shows UPM Raflatac shrink label film boosts recycling rates

    March 21, 2016
    UPM Raflatac presented the results of a full-body shrink sleeve label recycling study, featuring the company’s new RafShrink PO MDO 40 HS product, at the recent  Association of Plastic Recyclers (APR) Technical Forum in New Orleans, LA, US…

  • Klöckner Pentaplast to present new film at AWA event

    February 25, 2016
    Pentalabel ClearFloat is a new shrink label film that satisfies the standards set by the recycling community.

  • Film Substrates

    Film Substrates

    Greg Hrinya, Associate Editor || July 21, 2015
    A look at the films currently being offered by industry suppliers.

  • Label Stock: Paper vs. Film

    Talar Sesetyan || July 18, 2005
    Substrate variety and quality are greater than ever, and films are showing their muscle.