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Your job is to make an impact and tell a story. Transcendia offers designers and the commercial printing industry the broadest line of printable plastics and laminating films so you can deliver that unmistakable “wow” factor. We’ll make sure your message stands out—and stands up to rain, sun, heat, cold, wind, heavy traffic and repeated use—the way you need it to. With Transcendia, you’ll transcend to complete design freedom.

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Applicable Products

MXM® Synthetic Paper is a clay (calcium carbonate) modified calendered Polypropylene with the same feel and texture as white offset paper, but with the tear, water and chemical resistance of plastic.

Teslin is a synthetic, opaque white, micro-porous printing media which acts more like paper than the other plastics.

Transalloy® P-300 is a multi-polymer alloy material that is especially formulated for maximum durability, high tear resistance, and superior impact strength for the most demanding applications.

Transvy® Rigid PVC that is high gloss, dimensionally stable, moisture resistant and self extinguishing.

Tyvek® is a light-weight, durable material that is more versatile than most synthetic papers.

Laser Tuff™ is a high quality, laser printable, white polyester. It has a bright white, toner receptive coating on both sides designed for color laser and Xeikon digital printing.

PROPRINT® is an extruded mineral-filled polypropylene.

PROPRINT® Plus Synthetic Paper is a synthetic print media specifically engineered for applications that require excellent rigidity and stiffness along with the durability and tear resistance of synthetic paper.

TRANSILWRAP® Matte Calendared Vinyl is a matte surfaced, rigid PVC film. It is available in white, clear, black and opaque colors (on special quote).

ProSurface™ High Impact Polystyrene features a uniform velvet-finish on two sides engineered to provide consistent aesthetics while increasing design and production efficiencies.

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