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ACTEGA North America introduces MotionCoat

  • ACTEGA North America
North America, USA, Consumer Durables, Consumer Electronics, Tools, Hardware, Chemicals, Industrial, Coating, Coating - UV

A UV coating that creates a transformational enhancement to the printing and packaging market

ACTEGA North America, a market leader in the innovation of specialty coatings and chemicals, is proud to announce the addition of MotionCoat™ to its specialty coatings portfolio.

MotionCoat is a patent pending UV coating system that when used in conjunction with vector based artwork creates an amazing motion-like image. This technology is capable of being used in both flexographic and lithographic applications and is commercially available as of April 2016.

“We are very proud to introduce this truly innovative UV coating system to the market, allowing our company to serve current and future customers in all areas of special effect enhancement needs,” said Dennis Drummond, Head of Brand Owner Management at ACTEGA North America.

“MotionCoat will provide converters, designers , and brand owners the opportunity to implement a variety of eye - popping design elements into printing and packaging with out the investment of specialized software or capital investments.”

MotionCoat has the following features and benefits:

  • Motion effect can be printed in - line at normal press speeds.
  • 100% recyclable compared to other “motion - type” systems.
  • Ability to be used on both flexographic and lithographic print applications
  • Unique self - registration characteristics to create high - motion graphics
  • Excellent adhesion to a variety of substrates.

Speak with your local Technical Service Representative to get a physical sample and  more  information  on  this  exciting  new  development  from  ACTEGA North America.

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  • Modified 11 Aug 2017
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