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Mohawk Introduces New Digital Synthetic Products

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Mohawk, Cohoes, N.Y., USA, has introduced 68 new synthetic products for dry toner presses to its digital substrate line that the company says are tough and durable, yet flexible like paper. Available in a wide range of sheet sizes, weights, finishes, colors, and pre-perforated shapes, the new products are tear resistant and weatherproof.

The new Mohawk synthetic products are engineered and compatible to run on a variety of Xerox, Ricoh, Konica Minolta, Canon, Kodak, and other digital presses. Mohawk Synthetics save printers time and money by reducing the need for costly and time-intensive lamination processes, Mohawk emphasizes. They are ideal for applications that require a high level of durability, such as menus, manuals, maps, ID cards/badges, parking passes, road race bibs, outdoor tags/signage, all weather manuals, luggage tags, POP displays, table tents, and more.

With this expansion, Mohawk brings the total number of specialty substrates to more than 120.


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