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GPA Announces New Magnet Material

Monday, November 26, 2012

Press release from the issuing company

Chicago, IL – GPA is excited to introduce a new product that makes printing magnets on your HP Indigo press easier than ever before: DigiMag PLUS by Magnum Magnetics. The material is magnetized with a post-press magnetizer, making the production process trouble free. It offers an extremely strong magnetic pull and a superior printing surface for vibrant images that make a statement and stay where you put them.

These flexible magnets are the popular choice for save the dates, sports schedules, calendars, photographs, puzzles, art reprints, coupons,special offers, and more. DigiMag Plus can be easily guillotine cut, perforated, die cut and foil stamped for a variety of finishing options. Now you can profitably target the applications that you used to turn away – which means no more outs outsourcing, long delays or large minimums.

DigiMag Plus is stocked in 12 x 18 sheets with a 14 mil semi-gloss paper facestock, or 14 mil matte polypropylene facestock. It is also HP Indigo certified for guaranteed reliable performance.

GPA is the premier source for specialty substrates and solutions for offset and digital printing. Products include coated and uncoated papers, pressure sensitive and specialty papers, synthetic films and substrates exclusively engineered for HP Indigo presses. GPA is an HP Indigo Preferred Partner and a Diamond Partner of Dscoop (Digital Solutions Cooperative). For more information on GPA or the products it offers, visit www.askgpa.com or contact GPA Customer Support at 800-395-9000.


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