GPA Announces Pre-Converted Polyester for Toner Digital Presses

Chicago, IL –GPA is proud to announce that they have expanded their offering of Ultra Digital® Polyester for Toner Digital Presses to include a variety of pre-converted layouts. New Ultra Digital® Pre-Converted Polyester for Toner Digital Presses combines the convenience and efficiency of pre-finished substrates with the durability of polyester for a cost-effective solution that is ready right off the press.

With GPA’s new Ultra Digital® Pre-Converted Polyester for Toner Digital Presses, you can create durable shelf wobblers, door hangers, luggage and ID tags, and ID cards in one easy step. Thanks to built-in perforations, production is fast and easy so you can create specialty applications in-house in just seconds – not days, saving you time and money.

These pre-converted substrates have a superior topcoating that ensures unparalleled image vibrance and rock-solid toner anchorage for beautiful finished pieces. Unlike laminated paper, these products are recyclable, which means less waste going into landfills. They are stocked and readily available in an 8.5 x 11 sheet size with a white matte finish.

With GPA’s new Ultra Digital® Pre-Converted Polyester for Toner Digital Presses, you have more options than ever before to quickly and easily create stunning graphics that stand up to a variety of challenging environments. These pre-converted substrates are the economical, weatherproof, waterproof and chemical resistant solution for your hardest working projects.

GPA is the premier source for specialty substrates and solutions for offset and digital printing. Products include coated and uncoated papers, pressure sensitive and specialty papers, synthetic films and substrates exclusively engineered for HP Indigo presses. GPA is an HP Indigo Preferred Partner and a Diamond Partner of Dscoop (Digital Solutions Cooperative). For more information on GPA or the products it offers, visit or contact GPA Customer Support at 800-395-9000.

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April 5, 2013 11:18 AM by Erwin Koerts

Sounds good. How is this different from a coronatreated material?


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