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Boost Production and Quality with Sunset by Fredrix Gloss Canvas SUV

Sunset by Fredrix Gloss Canvas SUV

Designed for print shops running solvent, low-solvent, latex and UV-curable printers, LexJet and Fredrix Print Canvas have jointly developed and introduced a new OBA-free gloss canvas that optimizes canvas output: Sunset by Fredrix Gloss Canvas SUV.

Ideal for gallery-wrapped and framed fine art, photographic and décor applications, the new gloss canvas has a brighter white point than other OBA-free canvases, and is easy to stretch, frame and finish, ensuring a consistent and efficient canvas production workflow.

Sunset by Fredrix Gloss Canvas SUV has an acid-free, pH-neutral poly/cotton base with a light texture and 2×1 weave for archival prints that maximize color gamut and image clarity for custom and production canvas projects.

“As the output quality of solvent and latex printers has improved, demand for a canvas that takes advantage of advances in those print technologies has increased as well. This is all driven by the popularity of canvas prints among consumers, corporations, retailers and other end users,” says Jaimie Mask, LexJet product manager. “Now, print shops with solvent and latex printers can take advantage of that end-user demand and produce canvas prints that meet their needs.”

Sunset by Fredrix Gloss Canvas SUV is now available and shipping from LexJet’s North American Distribution Network, supported by LexJet’s 30-Day Money-Back Guarantee and personal, free and unlimited phone support. Sunset by Fredrix Gloss Canvas SUV comes in 30″, 36″, 54″, 60″ and 64″ widths.

To find out more and to order, call 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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