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Color-Logic Certifies RTape VinylEfx® Films

Monday, March 31, 2014

Press release from the issuing company

Sparkling Window Displays and Point of Purchase Materials Now Possible

West Chester, Ohio - Color-Logic--developer of the Process Metallic Color System--has announced their certification of RTape VinylEfx® Films for use with the Color-Logic process.  Commenting on the certification, Color-Logic Director of Sales and Marketing Mark Geeves said: "Color-Logic certification tests on a number of ultraviolet and solvent print engines clearly demonstrated the compatibility of RTape VinylEfx metallized special effects films and the Color-Logic Process Metallic Color System.  Printers producing window displays and point-of-sale materials can confidently use Color-Logic and RTape VinylEfx substrates to create striking metallic products."

John Danio, Vice President of Marketing for Nekoosa Holdings, the parent organization of RTape Corporation, added: "Using Color-Logic software when printing on RTape VinylEfx substrates creates dramatic special effects that stop shoppers dead in their tracks.  Graphic designers now have an easy foolproof way to create attention with their current digital print devices." 

RTape VinylEfx colors are entirely through the vinyl-not laminated or top coated.  Unlike cold-embossed polyester vinyls, RTape fade-resistant films are hot-embossed, which produces deeper, better defined patterns.  They are the perfect substrate for window decoration, billboards, short-term promotional signage, and vehicle decorating.  For more information about RTape VinylEfx films, call RTape at +1-908-753-5570 or visit www.rtape.com.


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