Once upon a time there was PET, which stands for polyethylene terephthalate, more commonly known by the general public as polyester and for being used to make mineral water bottles. In the past, this material, in the form of biaxial film, was used for a much wider range of things: film reels, photographic film, x-rays and printing, for which its exceptional dimensional stability was an essential characteristic.
ASLAN, the German manufacturer of self-adhesive films for special applications, is introducing EtchedBoard Dryapply ASLAN EBL 300, a glass decoration film that is unique in the market. The new PVC-film with an etched glass look offers two-in-one functionality: In addition to creating decorative privacy screen solutions, it can be used for presentation and communication purposes, thanks to its dry wipe finish.
From Game of Thrones to House of Cards: How car park King Richard III ended up in our wide-format printer22 Jan 2018
You might know him better as the ‘Car Park King’ as the remains of King Richard III were found buried under a car park in Leicester in 2012. So, how did his face end up in our wide-format printer?
Landor Phototex has made an inspirational mark throughout the sign and display, Point of sale, Interiors, Photo, art and Events market for the past 10 years. In 2010 it made its first television appearance on the Gadget show, where Tommy Walsh and Suzi Peri competed decorating a wall by applying a traditional wall paper versus Landor Phototex. The result : Phototex was the clear winner!
Squid self-adhesive fabric, designed for covering glass of any type, shape or size, delivers a new innovation for aesthetic window screening with ergonomic values. The luxury finish can be digitally printed or applied as a natural fabric, with both effects offering one-way vision for privacy. The patented material is easy to install, with no fixtures or fittings needed.