Experience Live Demonstrations of Hop-Syn Synthetic Paper at EFI, swissQprint Booths at SGIA Expo
LYNDHURST, N.J. — October 27, 2018 — Hop Industries announces that its synthetic paper will be printed live at the Electronics For Imaging Inc. (EFI) booth 301, and the swissQprint booth 950 at 2018 SGIA Expo. Additionally, the Hop-Syn team will be on hand at Hop Industries’ booth 3911 to give away free samples of the durable substrate and to answer any questions. The 2018 SGIA Expo will be held in Las Vegas, October 18-20.
At the Expo, attendees will be treated to a wide range of roll- and sheet-fed applications, showcasing the various uses of Hop-Syn synthetic paper. At the EFI booth, printing experts will run live demonstrations of sharp, eye-popping images printed on Hop-Syn XT and BL grades using an EFI VUTEk superwide LED printer. The versatile Hop-Syn XT grade is ideal for point-of-purchase displays, banners, loyalty cards, and more. The translucent Hop-Syn BL grade is used for backlit point-of-purchase signage, transit signs, airport displays and more.
At the swissQprint booth, printing experts will be showcasing vibrant, bold colors of point-of-purchase displays using the Hop-Syn XT grade, printed by the Nyala 3 UV inkjet printer. The displays are custom sized, thanks to Hop-Syn’s in-house converting services.
“We are thrilled to partner with EFI and swissQprint again at this year’s SGIA Expo. The collaboration was a tremendous success last year, and we are looking forward to another great Expo with these printing leaders,” comments Jack Smith, SVP, Hop Industries.
Hop-Syn synthetic paper is a popular, environmentally-friendly substrate for a variety of applications. Waterproof, tear-resistant and 100% recyclable, the synthetic paper is toy-safety approved and is produced under ISO 9000 standards. Hop-Syn synthetic paper can be printed by flexography, offset, screen, thermal transfer and inkjet.
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