RTape Introduces 54" VinylEfx(r) Print Media

RTape has introduced 54” VinylEfx® Metalized Print Media in four popular patterns: Smooth Silver, Matte Silver, Brushed Silver and Brushed Gold. The brilliant Decorative Series pressure-sensitive vinyl films are compatible with a wide variety of solvent, ecosolvent, latex and UV curable inkjet inks and solvent and UV curable screen print inks.

The print pictured above was printed with a UV inkjet printer on Matte Silver.

These eye-catching films are ideal choices for Point-Of-Purchase posters and displays, wall graphics, museum graphics, outdoor advertising, decals and OEM emblems and product identification.

The above picture was printed with a UV printer on Smooth Gold.

Coated with a permanent pressure-sensitive acrylic adhesive, VinylEfx® Metalized Print Media applies easily to a variety of smooth metal and plastic sign substrates and smooth painted walls. The 54” print media is available in 10- and 50-yard rolls.

For more information, contact your RTape distributor or call RTape direct at 800-440-1250 or 908-753-5570.



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