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New Kodak Wide Format Inkjet Media Available at LexJet

Brand Management Group (BMG), which signed a trademark licensing agreement with Kodak in Q4 2011, has introduced new wide-format inkjet products for aqueous printers that are available at LexJet: KODAK Rapid-Dry Glossy Poly Poster, KODAK Rapid-Dry Self-Adhesive Glossy Poly Poster and KODAK Water-Resistant Scrim Banner.

New wide format inkjet media from Kodak“These new Kodak products are engineered with the latest coating technology to optimize output on the leading new wide format inkjet printers from Canon, Epson and HP,” explains Justin Lehman, Brand Management Group vice president. “The new aqueous wide format inkjet products are designed to maximize consistency, efficiency and color reproduction to give users the most for their money.”

KODAK Rapid-Dry Glossy Poly Poster: Features an instant-dry coating and a tear-resistant polypropylene base at an economical price for applications like photographic quality posters, long-term indoor and short-term outdoor banners and photographic enlargements and reproductions.

KODAK Rapid-Dry Self-Adhesive Glossy Poly Poster: Features a specially-designed adhesive that makes it easy to install and is cleanly removable for up to 90 days. After 90 days the adhesive will become permanent. It’s great for point-of-purchase signage, long-term indoor and short-term outdoor mounted graphics and directional signage.

KODAK Water-Resistant Scrim Banner: Features a scratch- and water-resistant surface with a bright white point. Combining economy and quality, it’s a 16-mil, scrim-reinforced vinyl designed to create spectacular, high-impact, cost-effective banners for indoor and outdoor use.

For more information about the latest Kodak Wide-Format Inkjet Media and other Kodak products, contact a LexJet account 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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