Visual Magnetics

Visual Magnetics Recognized for Innovative Product at 2013 SGIA Expo with Product of the Year Award

Materials innovation company and creator of the Visual Magnetics Graphic System was honored at this year’s SGIA Expo. VM-ECOten won an
SGIA 2013 Product of the Year Award in the paper-based media for digital inkjet category. “This is the sixth year that Visual Magnetics has been awarded an SGIA Product of the Year Award. We are extremely proud to be recognized among so many innovative leaders in the wide-format
industry,” said Joe Deetz, CEO and President of Visual Magnetics. “We believe that the industry is transforming, becoming more innovative and more interesting every day. As a company, Visual Magnetics strives to be agile and keep up with these changes.”

VM-ECOten is a magnetic receptive cellulose based substrate and is the latest addition to the MagnaMedia Specialties Collection. With a 10 mil, 100% FSC and GREENGUARD Gold certified cellulose base with durable resin finish, magnetic receptive reverse surface and an ultrasmooth semi-matte print surface, VM-ECOten provides a natural white print surface made from sustainable forestry practices, and is ideal for producing high-resolution photo and artwork reproductions, environmental graphics and POP signage. Visual Magnetics’ materials supplier Surface Links has spent several years developing and bringing to market sustainable surfacing materials for the architecture and design market, as well as print. VM-ECOten is the result of a decade long relationship with Millie Graves and Joe Macedo, founders of Surface Links.

Fifty-five companies from around the world entered the competition, submitting 102 entries in 21 categories. Evaluated during the 2013 SGIA Expo (Orlando, October 23-25), this year’s submissions represented some of the industry’s most innovative digital products.

“The Product of the Year Award Competition highlights the best technologies and consumables from the specialty imaging community,” said Jeff Burton, SGIA’s Digital Printing Analyst. “Entries were so good that judging category winners was a real challenge.”

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