MacTac’s New Gruv Media

Also enhances its PermaColor Colorgard intermediate overlaminate series.

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MacTac Graphic Products has enhanced its line of Imagin media with the introduction of the new Imagin B-free Gruv media. An intermediate gloss white vinyl film with all the benefits of air-egress installation, Gruv features a smooth, bubble-free installation for a variety of surfaces – from medium- to long-term full and partial vehicle wraps to medium- to long-term indoor and outdoor flat to slightly curved signage applications, the company reports.

Gruv works with numerous wide-format processes: solvent, eco-solvent, latex, and UV-cured inkjet printing. The media’s structured adhesive bonds well to substrates from Sintra to aluminum. Available in 2.1- and 3-mil versions and in 54-in. widths.

The company also has enhanced its PermaColor Colorgard intermediate overlaminate series. It now features a new clay coated kraft (CCK) liner, offering ease of lamination, non-silvering properties, and enhanced graphic aesthetics. Designed for flat or slightly curved surfaces, and for solvent, eco-solvent, latex, and UV-printed graphics.

The 3.0- and 3.2-mil vinyl is available in three finishes: lustre, gloss, and matte; stocked in 38-, 51-, 54- and 60-in. x 150-ft rolls.


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