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New self-adhesive fabric launched

InkTec has added to its range of large-format media with the addition of a new opaque self-adhesive fabric.

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The new fabric is ideal for point-of-sale and retail displays

The TEX-RA is a non-reflective polyester fabric that has been specially designed to be easily applied and readjusted.

The benefit of this feature is that the fabric does not damage the surface or leave residue when it is removed. This is useful to retailers changing displays regularly in line with different seasons and promotions.

The fabric can be used on a range of applications such as wall coverings, exhibition stands, advertising and promotions and interior design. The tear-resistant and wrinkle-free properties mean the material does not stretch or shrink when applied.

We have been looking for a product that has this advanced adhesive technology for some time and are pleased to announce this breakthrough

“The new TEX-RA opaque fabric fills a gap in our media product portfolio,” comments Peter Davidson, head of IP consumable sales at InkTec Europe. “We have been looking for a product that has this advanced adhesive technology for some time and are pleased to announce this breakthrough.

“TEX-RA offers many advantages which include limited installation skill, infinite repositionable possibilities and leaves no residue when removed. This is the first of a selection of new media products that InkTec Europe is looking to launch over the next few months.”

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