Substrates
Mitsubishi Imaging is adding the SWORDiJET 5.5 High Gloss to Mitsubishi Paper Mill’s (MPM) portfolio of high-speed production inkjet coated papers. With an 80-percent gloss level, the paper is suitable for high-end magazines, catalogues, books and scientific journals.
Avery Dennison announced today a new portfolio of reflective vinyl films, consisting of V2000 Beaded Reflective Film, printable V4000 Beaded Reflective Film and Visiflex V8000 Series Prismatic Reflective Vinyl.
Mac Papers has launched its exclusive Argent brand of wide-format media, which includes digital banners, pressure-sensitive digital vinyls, digital imaging papers and UV laminates.
Epson has announced a new solution designed for creating dye-sublimation photo panels and other rigid substrates. New Epson DS Transfer Photo Paper, a lightweight dye-sublimation transfer paper – combined with Epson SureColor F-Series dye-sublimation printers, inks and Wasatch RIP support – aims to create a complete solution for producing rigid photos with advanced print quality and minimal grain.
Hop Industries, manufacturer of the durable Hop-Syn synthetic paper, today announced the availability Hop-Syn GO, a new grade specifically designed for all models of the HP Indigo digital press. Described as environmentally-friendly and 100 percent recyclable, the Hop-Syn GO grade is a surface-treated, clay-coated, calendered polypropylene substrate.
Neenah says it intends to reinvigorate the cotton fibre paper category with its new Neenah cotton papers, a 100 percent cotton paper created especially for letterpress design, modern correspondence and events with gravitas.
ND Paper will begin offering Orion Gloss and Matte in cover weights, saying the new extensions will have the same quality surface and 88 brightness as the current text weights, but in 80# and 65# cover versions.
Smurfit Kappa aims to bring digital innovation to the corrugated industry with its new range of multi-purpose paper suitable for both digital and flexographic printers.
After having invested more than $500 million in Quebec since 2015, Kruger Inc. is about to begin producing new specialty papers. The half-billion dollars was to convert existing equipment, purchase new equipment, modernize some facilities, and diversify into new growth products, at the same time protecting more than 1,200 jobs in the Mauricie, Estrie and Lanaudière regions of Quebec.
Mondi has recently enhanced the portfolio of its paper brands Color Copy and Pergraphica in new digital formats to offer bulk-packed paper options, aiming to save printing companies time and money while increasing speed and efficiency.
Midland Specialty Paper & Film has launched two new stand-alone specialty paper and film catalogues for digital and offset specialty substrate needs.
Toyo Ink Brasil, a member of the Toyo Ink Group of Japan, is presenting an upgraded lineup of polyurethane-based surface and lamination inks for flexo and gravure printing. The company offers a range of systems, from general-purpose snack structures to high-end retort and hot-fill packaging applications.
Mohawk Fine Papers is introducing 43 new coloured papers with the launch of Keaykolour by Arjowiggins Creative Papers. The new portfolio of uncoated fine papers is offered in two weights (80 text and 111 cover), sized at 27.5 x 39.3 inches, in a natural vellum finish.
Plastic film manufacturer American Renolit Corp. (ARC) is introducing what it describes as more environmentally friendly non-phthalate versions to its range of digital printing films, suitable for indoor and outdoor printing applications.
Better Life Technology, LLC, which develops vinyl surface coverings, introduced a new BILD Print Media line aimed at sheetfed offset printing. The company explains its new product, which is sold through Veritiv, targets long-run printing for vinyl substrates.

BILD SF (Sheetfed) is designed for UV offset printing in a range of applications like counter mats, floor mats, pole wraps, end cap displays, temporary wall graphics and way finders, among others. BILD SF is a unique material, explains the company, in its ability to work with both rigid and flexible applications.

BILD SF, continues the company, is best suited for second surface printing to keep images protected, while also avoiding common product issues like cracking, bubbling, peeling or delamination. BILD SF is available in an introductory size of 28 x 40 inches, with a woodgrain finish.

“We are excited to announce the addition to our BILD Print Media brand. The product is so versatile, ranging in uses from retail for POP, on walls, in tradeshow booth design, and of course for many diverse custom designed flooring applications,” said Bill Rothe, VP of Sales, Better Life Technology. “BILD SF is unlike any other product on the market and we look forward to seeing how the graphic printing business benefits from it.”
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