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More than a Sale: Significant Price Reductions on Inkjet Blockout Films

Inkjet printing banner stand display graphicsHere’s a refreshing change of pace in a world gone haywire with rising commodity prices: LexJet has actually reduced the price of its Opaque Display Films – 6.5 Mil Gloss Opaque Display Film and 10 Mil Opaque Display Film – by up to 17 percent. Both polyester films are compatible with aqueous inkjet printers. This is not a limited-time promotional offer, but the new price going forward for these two high-quality inkjet imaging films.

Plus, first-time buyers of any LexJet Elite laminate get 30 percent off their first purchase. In addition to the price reduction and 30 percent off LexJet Elite sale for first-time buyers of the laminate, both Opaque Display Films come with a Lifetime Warranty when combined with LexJet’s Elite Polycarbonate and Elite Coex (5, 10 and 15 Mil) laminates.

Jason Price, owner of GraphX Direct, says they use LexJet 6.5 Mil Gloss Opaque Display Film laminated with LexJet Performance Textured Polypropylene Laminate (5 Mil) for the bulk of their retractable banner stand graphics. For display graphics applications, GraphX Direct laminates the 6.5 Mil Gloss Opaque Display Film with Elite Textured Coex Laminate (15 Mil).

“You just can’t compare the combination to any other product for retractable banner stands. We use it to set our banner stands and graphics apart because it images super clean and super sharp, plus the color matching is dead on every time,” says Price. “Curl is also a big deal and over the years I’ve tried all kinds of media for banner stands and this combination has proven to be the best to eliminate edge curl.”

For more information about the Lifetime Warranty, the new lower prices and to take advantage of both, contact a LexJet customer specialist at 800-453-9538.

Regan has been involved in the sign and wide format digital printing industries for the past two decades as an editor, writer and pundit. With a degree in journalism from the University of Houston, Regan has reported on the full evolution of the inkjet printing industry since the first digital printers began appearing on the scene.

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