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New BILD SF Product Bringing Innovation to the Graphic Printing Industry

Tuesday, February 20, 2018

Press release from the issuing company

Better Life Technology, LLC, a leading innovator of vinyl surface coverings, announced today their BILD Print Media line has a new product on the market. Set to change the sheet fed, stream fed, and offset printing worlds, this vinyl substrate is perfect for quick, mass printing of graphics.

BILD SF (Sheet Fed) is designed for UV Offset Printing, suitable for a wide range of applications, from counter mats, floor mats and pole wraps, to end cap displays, temporary wall graphics or way finders. BILD SF is a unique material satisfying both rigid and flexible applications, from floor to ceiling to everything in between! BILD SF is best suited for second surface printing to keep images protected and offers the most durable material layer on the market. With the BILD SF, common product issues such as cracking, bubbling, peeling or delamination are avoided.

“We are excited to announce the addition to our BILD Print Media brand. The product is so versatile, ranging in uses from retail for POP, on walls, to end cap displays, temporary wall graphics or way finders. BILD SF is a unique material satisfying both rigid and flexible applications, from floor to ceiling and everything in between! BILD SF is best suited for second surface printing to keep images protected and offers the most durable material layer on the market. With the BILD SF, common product issues such as cracking, bubbling, peeling or delamination are avoided.

BILD SF is available in an introductory size of 28” X 40”, with a woodgrain, smooth or white finish, allowing for multiple images to be printed and trimmed down to size and can be purchased through an authorized dealer, Veritiv.

 

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