InteliCoat Celebrates 20th Year of SGIA Membership

InteliCoat Technologies®, a world leader in coated paper, film and specialty substrates for digital imaging applications, announces that it will be showcasing several new products and hosting a Magic® Ink Contest at the upcoming 2012 SGIA Expo in Las Vegas from October 18-20. This year marks InteliCoat's twentieth consecutive year as an SGIA member.

InteliCoat's new products at SGIA include Magic Broad Vue perforated PVC window film and New Vue one side viewable, perforated PVC window film. Additionally, the InteliCoat booth will feature Magic POS PRO™+ LX and ECO block-out films, Magic GBL-9 satin, backlit film, and Magic Protect™ textured PSA vinyl lamination film and Protect 2 mil glossy, pressure sensitive adhesive laminate. Recent additions to InteliCoat's fabric offerings, Magic FAB-6 and FAB TAC-S™ polyester fabrics, will also be showcased.

The Magic Ink Contest, at InteliCoat booth 2683, will display Magic Poster Plus™ satin instant-dry photo realistic paper using both OEM and Magic alternative inks. Participants who vote on the print they like best will be entered into a drawing for a free iPad. Made in the United States, Magic Inks are currently available for Canon imagePROGRAF, Roland Eco-Solvent, Epson Stylus Pro GS6000 and Mutoh ValueJet printers.

"As a twenty-year member of SGIA, we recognize the important role that the SGIA Expo plays within the digital imaging industry. This year's expo provides a great opportunity to showcase our wide array of new products, as well as display the print quality and value of our Magic Ink," said Jennifer Chagnon, Senior Marketing Manager at InteliCoat Technologies. "We've had a very busy year with various accomplishments across our award-winning Magic, Magiclée® and Museo® brands, and we look forward to highlighting the latest from InteliCoat at the show."

Magic Inks are available through select resellers and at To learn more about Magic Inks on YouTube, click HERE.



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