Mac Papers releases new Argent Media Guide

Mac Papers’ Argent Media Guide of wide-format substrates.

Mac Papers (Jacksonville, Florida) has introduced a new media guide for its exclusive Argent brand of wide-format media. The guide includes samples of Argent digital banners, pressure-sensitive digital vinyls, UV laminates and digital imaging papers. It also offers detailed product information and features, technical data, ink compatibility and suggested applications. “We’re extremely pleased to get our new Argent media guide into customers’ hands,” said Ash Weekley, Wide Format Business Development Manager at Mac Papers. “We’re committed to offering high-quality wide-format media products to commercial printers, sign and display companies and end users – and the Argent product line is an important part of that commitment. We’ll continue to expand our Argent portfolio to ensure the utmost in quality and consistency.”

The guide is available by request through Mac Papers’ online Sample Center at macpapers.com/samplecenter. Individual 10” x 8” sample/spec sheets are also available to order on the site via a dropdown menu under the Argent Wide Format Media tab. Argent wide format media products are inventoried at Mac Papers’ locations across the Southeast U.S. In addition to offering wide-format media, Mac Papers represents the leading printing and finishing equipment providers in the industry and supports the equipment with training and expert technical service. Its wide-format experts also provide customers with hands-on equipment and media experience at the company’s wide-format demo centre in Orlando, Florida, and through special events at branch locations. The company is a distribution partner for paper and print, packaging, wide-format, facility supplies and office products. Mac Papers is a third generation, family-owned and operated business founded in 1965. Its sister company Mac Papers Envelope Converters converts and prints an extensive range of standard and custom envelopes at the rate of 16 million per day.

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