Press Release Summary:
Available in 40 and 48 in.Â widths, MegaMAG sheeting minimizes amount of seams in graphics for POP displays, retail signage, billboards, magnet wall systems, and other large format graphics applications. Thicknesses of 20 or 30 mil are available, and product can be used for most print media applications. Several styles – plain, with adhesive, or with printable laminate – are available, and additional substrates can be laminated to MegaMAG for custom and special orders.
Original Press Release:
Adams Introduces New Wide Format MegaMAG for Displays that Get Noticed
Elmhurst, IL. — Adams Magnetic Products, a leader in magnetic products and assemblies for more than 60 years, has introduced MegaMAG, wide format magnetic flexible sheeting available in 40" and 48" widths.
"The POP and retail signage market is telling us that wider is better," said Adams General Manager Larry Budnik. "To minimize the amount of seams in graphics, we must introduce wider magnetic products. Our unique MegaMAG magnetic products will keep pace with this fast growing wide-format market."
Available in 20 or 30 mil thicknesses, MegaMAG can be used for most print media applications. MegaMAG is ideal for point of purchase (POP) displays, retail signage, billboards, magnet wall systems or any type of large format graphics.
MegaMAG is available plain, with adhesive or with a printable laminate. For custom and special orders, Adams can laminate other substrates to a MegaMAG product.
Unlike other large format digital printing solutions, Adams' MegaMAG is backed by 60 years of experience in magnet-related products, a legacy unmatched in the industry.
"Our knowledge and expertise will help our customers find the best product to fit their specific applications," Budnik said.
MegaMAG stock is now available from Adams' California and Illinois warehouses.
Established in 1950, Adams Magnetic Products Co. sets the standard for designing and manufacturing innovative magnetic products and assemblies. One of the oldest U.S. companies in the industry, its staff draws from a depth of engineering, fabricating, coating, testing, sourcing, handling, and distributing expertise managing inventory and delivery to coincide with customers' production cycles and schedules. Adams stocks a large variety and quantity of the most popular magnetic products and has the capabilities to produce magnets of virtually any shape and size.