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Scodix expands uncoated substrates offering

Wednesday, September 20, 2017

Press release from the issuing company

SCODIX, ISRAEL – Scodix, the leading provider of digital enhancement solutions for the graphic arts industry, has bolstered its range of recommended media with new uncoated papers from leading international paper manufacturers. Already compatible with Fedrigoni uncoated paper, Scodix technology is uniquely capable of digitally enhancing uncoated papers keeping quality integrity.

“We want to make enhancement accessible to every brand on the market today. Adding these new stocks to our recommended media list brings us closer to that goal. Scodix digital technology not only makes short runs and versioning economically viable, but delivers products of outstanding quality and impact because brands can work with their own choice of substrates and applications and truly enhance their designs,” states Amit Shvartz, VP Marketing at Scodix.

The new range of uncoated stocks include papers from Arctic Paper, Arjowiggins, Gruppo Cordenons SpA, Mohawk Paper, Favini and Neenah Paper, plus further options from Fedrigoni.

Shvartz adds, “Scodix works exceptionally hard to provide versatile, productive, quality presses, developed with customer requirements at heart. Our flagship press, the Ultra Pro with Foil, has nine different enhancement applications, some of which are simply not possible to reproduce with any other technology. Add to that the fact we can work with over 200 different substrates, including 36 foils, and now a compelling range of uncoated papers, Scodix has the most versatile digital enhancement press on the market today.”



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