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FLEXcon Expands HP Indigo Compatible Product Line

Published on 2011-07-04. Author : SpecialChem

FLEXcon, a leading manufacturer of pressure-sensitive films, announced the expansion of its DigiPRO® topcoated HP Indigo compatible films, with the addition of 12 new products. With these new offerings, converters and print service providers will eliminate a step in the printing process and realize significant cost savings by purchasing FLEXcon's already topcoated products.

The 12 new HP Indigo printable products, which utilize FLEXcon's DigiPRO topcoats, bring the total HP Indigo printable products offering to 42, to meet application requirements for primary labels, durable goods labeling, and graphics applications. The DigiPRO topcoats provide consistent printing and ensure excellent ink receptivity for sharp vibrant image quality. The DigiPRO topcoated products are competitively priced and are performance leaders based on high-quality printability and availability. This product line allows converters to offer additional capabilities to their clients, including promotional products and greener alternatives.

"FLEXcon offers the widest range of self-adhesive DigiPRO topcoated HP Indigo products including retro reflective and resealable, durable, conformable and greener alternatives to converters and print service providers," said Don Ryel, Vice President, Product Branding Business Team at FLEXcon. "Nine of these new products are films for advertising, including two greener solutions for window and wall applications."

About FLEXcon

FLEXcon is an ISO 9001:2008 certified manufacturer of pressure-sensitive films and adhesives, headquartered in Spencer, Massachusetts. They are an innovator in coating, laminating, and finishing of wide-web roll-to-roll polymeric materials, with expertise in graphics and label applications as well as bonding, barrier, optical, and electronics applications.

Source: FLEXcon

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