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Mohawk to Showcase Expanded Portfolio of Synthetic Substrates at DSCOOP 9

Mohawk Announces Synthetic Paper with i-Tone, Three-Star Certified for HP Indigo

Mohawk will announce an expanded portfolio of synthetic substrates, including new Mohawk Synthetic Paper with i-Tone, at DSCOOP 9 (booth #401), March 6-8 in Orlando, Florida.

Mohawk Synthetic Paper with i-Tone recently achieved top rating at RIT's HP Indigo certification program, achieving three-star certification in all categories. The proprietary i-Tone surface chemistry on Mohawk papers is highly regarded for its outstanding ink adhesion, and now that same technology will be available for the first time on a Mohawk synthetic substrate. Samples of Mohawk Synthetic Paper with i-Tone, as well as other digital products will be available at the Mohawk booth (#401) at DSCOOP9.

Mohawk Synthetic Paper with i-Tone eliminates the need for laminating, and delivers vibrant print quality with unsurpassed ink adhesion. It's a high performance synthetic with the look and soft feel of paper. It is extremely durable, waterproof, tear resistant, and is recyclable as a #5 polypropylene plastic. The product line will feature a broad range of calipers from 6 - 14 mil for a variety of customer applications. Commercial availability is planned for the second quarter of 2014.

Mohawk Synthetic films save time and money, resulting in prints that are ready in minutes and are up to 35% more cost effective than laminated products. Mohawk Synthetic Paper with i-Tone is ideal for a variety of end uses, including EMT/Fire department maps and manuals, bar and poolside menus, event passes/maps and tickets, ID tags/cards, luggage tags, plant tags/stakes, outdoor & indoor signage, waterproof documents, hunting/fishing/boating guides, and many other uses.

Mohawk will also announce a line extension to its Dimensional Product portfolio - a new two-part pocket folder that is HP Indigo compatible and available on three premium Mohawk digital papers. Historically a challenging job, these new pocket folders allow printers to cost effectively and profitably produce short run jobs that may have previously been outsourced.

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