Lintec Graphic Films is showcasing a range of its latest PVC-free premium window films and durable label substrates for screen and digital applications on stand N45S at FESPA 2013.
Transforming glass into canvases
Large glass panels allow visitors to view new ideas and opportunities for both architectural and promotional applications, printed on Lintec Graphic Films’ range of non-PVC products. All films in the range offer excellent see-through vision, and allows for images of photographic quality to be printed in vibrant colours.
Visitors to the stand at FESPA can test and view the UV printable E-2200ZC and eco-solvent printable E-1000ZC films. In addition, the E-1000ZC media is also displayed with a matched overlaminating film that offers excellent scratch resistance and produces an ultra-clear glass-like end result to the printed image.
The versatile Lumisty® window film, which has a unique ability to control what can and cannot be seen by changing from translucent to transparent depending on the viewing angle, will also be showcased on the Lintec Graphic Films stand. It is often used to create privacy effects, draw attention to retail displays or block unsightly views – making it ideal for creative, architectural, security and promotional applications.
“Lintec Graphic Films’ wide range of PVC-free media offers a wealth of new opportunities for printers and specifiers to create vibrant canvasses for corporate branding, privacy, decoration and advertising,” comments Andy Voss, Managing Director. “These films don’t stretch or shrink like PVC material and remove in one piece, which allows for quick changeovers. We look forward to sharing our ideas with visitors on our stand.”
Durable substrates for industrial printers
Also on display is Lintec Graphic Films’ range of durable identification and branding substrates that are developed to withstand extreme climatic, chemical and mechanical exposure. These products serve a diverse number of applications across a range of sectors, including aerospace, automotive, electronics and pharmaceuticals, and are ideal for industrial screen and digital printers.
“Lintec Graphic Films’ extensive range of label substrates has a rich heritage, and is popular with industrial printers from around the globe,” concludes Andy Voss. “A visit to our stand at FESPA 2013 would be a wise move for any printer seeking out niche substrates to increase their competitive edge, improve their service offering, or gain access to new market areas.”
For more information on Lintec Graphic Films’ range of glazing enhancement and label solutions, please visit www.lintecgraphicfilms.com.