Grand Image, Inc. Adds Liquid Laminate Machine

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Grand Image, Inc. has added the ATC UV60 for liquid lamination. The machine coats up to sixty-inch wide surfaces and uses a UV-lamp to produce an immediate cure of the laminate.

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Liquid laminate allows a user to add a variety of finishes to products including matte, glossy, semi-gloss, dry erase, and anti-graffiti.

Massachusetts-based grand format printer Grand Image, Inc. has added another service to its already impressive list of offerings. Liquid laminate is the most recent addition to Grand Image‚Äôs roster, allowing customers to add finishes to rigid and roll-to-roll graphics while protecting images from UV rays and enhancing the image.  Liquid laminate allows a user to add a variety of finishes to products including matte, glossy, semi-gloss, dry erase, and anti-graffiti.

Grand Image, Inc. has added the ATC UV60 for liquid lamination. The machine coats up to sixty-inch wide surfaces and uses a UV-lamp to produce an immediate cure of the laminate.  Because of this nearly instantaneous finish, liquid lamination produced in the ATC UV60 does not add a great deal of time to the overall printing process.  Liquid laminate is also a fairly inexpensive addition to the printing process, making UV protection and the variety of finishes offered by liquid lamination a very accessible option for customers of Grand Image, Inc.

Liquid lamination joins a host of other exciting services to be recently added by Grand Image, Inc., including direct to substrate printing and laser cutting and engraving.  The grand format printing company is also known for its extensive list of services that includes dye sublimation and large format roll-to-roll graphics for billboards, banners, posters, and fabric graphics.

Grand Image, Inc. works with resellers of large format digital products.  The company is based in Hudson, Massachusetts and was founded by Eli and Leah Luria in 1996.

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