Visual Magnetics has added three new products to its MagnaMedia Digital Fabrics Collection, which provides unique, textured surfaces for graphic content. The latest products—VM-Harvest 32, VM-Luna 14, and VM-Monarch 22—will be displayed in Visual Magnetics’ booth,#2869, at SGIA 2012 taking place October 18th -20th in Las Vegas, NV.
The new products - which add a natural warmth and luxurious feel to the in-store experience - are ideal for producing textured photo and artwork reproductions, wall murals and fabric-based POP signage. VM-Monarch22 and VM-Luna14 are made from 22 and 14 mil thick 100% post-consumer polyester, magnetic-receptive fabrics. VM-Monarch22 features a smooth, plain weave print surface intended for producing medium-resolution graphics. Alternatively, VM-Luna14 has an ultra-smooth, poplin weave print surface, making it a more delicate option perfect for producing high-resolution graphics. VM-Harvest is a 32 mil 100% natural jute and natural rubber-based, magnetic-receptive, burlap fabric with a coarse-textured print surface for producing heavily textured graphics.
All three products utilize Visual Magnetic’s proprietary print coat, providing compatibility with most digital and analog printing technologies. They also feature Visual Magnetics’ patented Micro-Iron back-coating, enabling displays to be effortlessly updated and easily installed, layered, transported, stored or recycled.
The Visual Magnetics Graphic System components include ActiveWall Micro-Iron wall primer, MagnaMedia Micro-Iron coated print media and fabrics, and InvisiLock custom engineered sheet magnet, which may be applied to virtually any surface, incorporated into frames and fixtures, or simply mounted directly to a wall when used in combination with ActiveWall primer. Once InvisiLock is applied, users can easily roll graphics printed on any MagnaMedia product to achieve instant, high-quality signage and displays.
“Since debuting last year at SGIA 2011, our Digital Fabric Collection has proven extremely popular, with leading brands like Verizon Wireless opting to use our unique fabric offerings to create truly eye-catching kiosk designs to enhance the retail store experience,” said Joe Deetz, CEO of Visual Magnetics. “It seems fitting that at this year’s SGIA we will be unveiling exciting new additions to this line, which will enable our customers to create an even wider variety of textured graphics to suit their application needs.”