The global leader of digitally printable synthetic substrates, Kernow North America, will be showing their extensive wide format range and new products at booth 1071 during this years’ SGIA show in Las Vegas from October 18-20.
KlearWipe, a long-term hard coat clear dry-erase lamination film is Kernow’s newest product being featured at the show. A 2.95mil clear polyester film, KlearWipe’s revolutionary coating has a unique scratch-resistance and can be used as an anti-graffiti film. Any smooth surface – indoor or outdoor – can now become dry-erase. Its adhesive perfectly conforms to all types of inks (including UV), the top coat prevents silvering and works as both a whiteboard and a blackboard (with liquid chalk pens).
KlearWipe enables creative applications by turning complete areas into creative walls to write and draw on. Kernow will be demonstrating this unique product at their booth where you can try it for yourself and take home a sample.
Kernow will be featuring KernowJet FloorSharK, it’s – easy to apply and remove textured floor graphic with a unique “sharkskin” coating that absorbs ink and dries tough that eliminates the need to laminate.
All that glitters is indeed KernowJet MetaliK Inkjet and MetaliK Cut&Print in Silver, Gold and Rose Gold. Available as permanent – suitable for laminating to boards and for packaging, 3D labels, or POS applications. Also available as a removable film with double sided matched metallization effect suitable for lettering, logos and any metallic displays. The MetaliK range goes above and beyond when it comes to high performance metallic solutions.
Kernow will also be showing off (maybe ‘presenting’ is a better word?) their SGIA Sustainable Business Award, as a leader in responsible manufacturing. This was awarded for our innovations in recycling throughout the manufacturing process. Kernow maintains that a primary part of its environmental strategy is a sustainable waste management and has adopted a zero landfill policy by 2022.
Join us at the Las Vegas Convention Center October 18–20 and explore the latest technologies and trends in printing.