DuPont to present newest innovations during SignExpo 2019 in Las Vegas

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DuPont Tedlar film for indoor and outdoor signage

DuPont Advanced Printing and DuPont Advanced Materials will together present their newest innovations during SignExpo 2019, which takes place between 24 and 27 April in Las Vegas, Nevada.

Visitors will learn more about a new clear DuPont Tedlar film for indoor and outdoor signage applications, and digital textile inks for roll-to-roll (RTR) applications including banners and signage made from DuPont Artistri inks.

At the show, DuPont Advanced Materials will showcase its new formulation of clear DuPont Tedlar.

“This new film is designed for indoor/outdoor signage durability with extreme UV protection and cleanability to remove common graffiti, stickers and other debris. Even the harshest chemical cleaners won’t damage the film,” said Chris Marino, global marketing leader for DuPont Advanced Materials.

DuPont Advanced Printing will showcase Artistri Xite digital inks, which are printed onto surfaces including nylon, polyester and vinyl, making them a preferred choice for printing signs, banners and flags. These inks deliver color saturation as well as UV and water resistance for outdoor applications.

“From dye sub, direct disperse and pigment, to acid and reactive inks, DuPont Artistri digital inks provide rich, bright colors across many substrates within the sign industry. Because DuPont proprietary dispersions, polymers and ink formulations span a range of viscosities, they allow Artistri inks to work with almost any wide-format digital printer,” said Jeff Hansen, regional marketing manager, Americas – DuPont Advanced Printing.

In 2024, we are looking at full recovery and growth-led investment in Indian printing

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