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3/1/2008

Special-Effect Sheet Targets Displays, Signs

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A line of special-effect HIPS sheet has been introduced by Primex Plastics Corp., Richmond, Ind.

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A line of special-effect HIPS sheet has been introduced by Primex Plastics Corp., Richmond, Ind. The line includes pearlescent, metallic, and bright colors, as well as a mirror-finish black grade. The Luminique line is free of heavy metals and is aimed at high-end packaging, POP displays, and signage. Custom sheet is available in thicknesses up to 0.25 in. and widths to 80 in. Future additions to the line will include more colors and other resin types. (800) 631-7061 • www.primexplastics.com

Primex Plastics Corp
1235 N F St Richmond, IN 47374
Phone (317) 966-7774 Fax (317) 935-1083 

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