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Intelicoat Technologies qualified for HP Printers

Tuesday, March 02, 2010

Press release from the issuing company

South Hadley, Mass – InteliCoat Technologies, a world leader in the manufacture of coated paper, film, and specialty substrates for digital imaging applications, today announced that several of its industry-leading Magic and Magiclée brand media products have been qualified using HP Latex Inks with HP Designjet L65500 and L25500 printers, including its Magic SBL-7, POS PRO+ 200, VSF, FAB-12, FAB-FR, GFCVM, GFCVG, GFPHOTO, GFPHOTO-PSA, GFPOLY, GFTRP, GFIOP140, GFIOP212, STICK 2 by Magic Brand, FAB TAC-S, PPM7, PPM7-PSA and TB9, as well as Mural Pro by Magiclée.  To achieve this mark, the Magic and Magiclée products underwent extensive tests by both InteliCoat and HP to qualify and optimize product performance on the latex printers, ensuring that they met the necessary requirements to provide optimal printing performance. 

InteliCoat's Magic brand portfolio of digital imaging media is an industry favorite, known for its quality and breadth.  The Magic portfolio consists of an array of products, offering a variety of substrates for wide and grand format printing and includes banner media, photorealistic papers, display films, pressure-sensitive media, textiles and coated matte papers.

"By qualifying a variety of products from our award-winning line of Magic media with the latest HP printers, InteliCoat is able to offer the digital imaging community ideal products to meet the needs of a wide range of applications," said Ed McCarron, Director of Marketing at InteliCoat Technologies.  "We are proud to be a registered HP latex developer and pleased to continue working with HP to ensure our products meet their newest generation of latex printers."

 

 

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