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Intelicoat Technologies Announces 100% Cotton Rag Matte Paper

Tuesday, June 03, 2008

Press release from the issuing company

SOUTH HADLEY, Mass., June 2, 2008 – InteliCoat Technologies, a world leader in the manufacture of coated paper, film and specialty substrates for digital imaging technologies, today announced the introduction of Magiclée Verona RAG 300, 100% Cotton Rag Matte Paper. Magiclée Verona RAG 300 is a high definition rag paper that, when printed, offers clean sharp images with exceptional color gamut. The super-smooth surface allows for extremely vibrant colors as well as beautifully defined blacks and gray tones. This 300-gram, extra smooth, matte finish, 100% cotton rag paper is designed specifically for fine art applications. Verona RAG 300 has a water-resistant coating free of optical brighteners and is designed for use with dye, pigment, thermal and piezo printers.
 
As with all Magiclée brand products, Magiclée Verona RAG 300 is manufactured under strict quality standards that ensure the type of consistent performance required for demanding art and photo reproduction applications. InteliCoat combines state-of-the-art ink jet technology with years of experience in the digital imaging market. As a pioneer of ink jet coatings, InteliCoat has the experience, manufacturing capabilities, technical expertise, and product knowledge to deliver consistent, reliable, high quality products that the artistic and photo markets demand.
 
"The print performance of Verona RAG 300 is unmatched in the marketplace today. We believe this product will raise the bar for quality expectations in the fine art and photo industry and InteliCoat is proud to be a part of it," says Jennifer Chagnon, product manager, InteliCoat Technologies.

 

 

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