Antalis McNaughton launches Stafix

By PrintWeek Team, Wednesday 02 February 2011

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Paper merchant Antalis McNaughton has launched Stafix, a printable static cling film that can be quickly and repeatedly applied to most surfaces.


The product is manufactured in Finland and can be applied to stone, plastic, metal, fabric, ceramics, flooring, glass and wood. It can be use in point of purchase advertising, street marketing campaigns, advertising campaigns, magazine inserts and promotional posters.

Stafix is stocked in both white and clear and is available for both offset printing and flatbed UV inkjet. HP Indigo grades are available on request.

Antalis McNaughton sign and display market manager Chris Green said: "Stafix is a 100% recyclable polypropylene high-tech printing material for versatile advertising solutions that can be printed to the same quality standards as paper, and is completely adhesive-free.

"It opens the door to a world of creative and imaginative promotional design and print opportunities."

He added that the film has the characteristics of a double-sided sticker but without the glue, and it can be repeatedly repositioned and leaves no residue or damage to surfaces. The film will remain attached for several months.

Green added: "Our principal aim is to provide printers in the sign and display sector with the broadest range of high quality products that will differentiate their business offering and provide long lasting added value to their customers.

"We believe that an innovative product such as Stafix clearly demonstrates that Antalis McNaughton can deliver a whole lot more than just paper."

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