Synthetic Paper Certified at RIT For HP Indigo Presses2019/11/11 IPC Press
A new line of digitally printable synthetic substrates launched to expand the range of certified materials for HP Indigo
Item Plastic Corp. (IPC), the professional manufacturer in the development of digitally printable materials, announced the launch IDPP series, an RIT certified white synthetic paper built using the company's proprietary formula and technology.
#IDPP is a new series of durable synthetic paper specifically designed for all models of the HP Indigo digital presses and provides users with a softer, more flexible synthetic print media than traditional offerings.
The polypropylene based product is environmentally friendly and fully recyclable material. It has been particularly developed to allow for easy folding, binding, and provides a softer feel than traditional synthetics. The material takes advantage of our coating technology for HP Indigo to create a unique composition offering excellent ink adhesion and high-quality graphic imaging. With the new certifications for multi-shot printing, users of able to deliver tear resistant sheets while handle repeated folding without the risk of cracking or ripping.
The #IDPP synthetic paper range of 0.21mm (8.3mil), 0.25m (10mil), 0.30mm (11.8mil) and 0.35mm (13.8mil) thick sheets add to the growing range of roll width of synthetic substrates for HP Indigo. The combination of a bright white surface and smooth matte finish creates color vibrancy for two-sided printing. It also can be scored and grommeted that has achieved early success in the menu markets, consumer tag industries, and booklet manufacturers.