Mohawk

Bravo Digital Substrates Swatchbook

Mohawk Fine Papers (booth #129) has released a new swatchbook for Mohawk Bravo Digital Substrates. This product portfolio is engineered for digital color production presses, including those using dry toner as well as HP Indigo ElectroInk.

The variety of substrates included offers digital printers the ability to support a vast range of customer applications, including menus, wrist bands, membership cards, maps, hazard signage, outdoor signs, horticultural labels, window decals, CD labels, save-the-dates, sports schedules, postcards and more.

Mohawk Bravo Digital Substrates have a superior lay-flat print surface with reliable performance across all digital color production equipment, and are engineered to run smoothly and efficiently.

The cover and tabs are the perfect example of Mohawk Bravo Synthetic PVC in use. The swatchbook includes samples of each substrate with application suggestions.

• Synthetic Materials

Perfect for applications where moisture or excessive wear are of concern, these sheets are built to last, yet are flexible and lightweight like paper.

> 5 mil and 7 mil polyester

> 10 mil and 15 mil PVC

• Pressure Sensitive Materials

Offered in four different adhesive types and five different face stocks, these materials fit a wide range of uses.

> permanent, removable, ultra removable and ultra cling adhesive

> premium matte, semi-gloss and high gloss papers as well as polyester and vinyl

• Magnetic Materials

Offered in semi gloss paper and matte polyester face stocks in three different weights, Mohawk Bravo Magnetic Materials are a unique way to increase ROI with an expanded range of marketing materials.

> 13 mil, 14 mil and 17 mil sheets

• Embedded Materials

These peel-out magnetic or pop-out synthetic cards are embedded into paper base stock that’s great for direct mail campaigns. They’re USPS approved and available in several formats, including 4-up postcards.

> embedded magnet cards in 1-up and 4-up formats

> embedded synthetic cards in 1-up and 2-up formats

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