The Mosaica Group, a Midwest-based supplier supporting wide format, digital, sublimation, offset and other print processes, is helping to launch Xanita board in the Midwest.
What Makes Xanita Board Unique?
Xanita board is a lightweight, UV inkjet printable board. It’s unlike any other fiber board available in the market because of its closed-cell design, which makes Xanita board significantly stronger than visually similar honeycomb board products. Its strength and denser core enables Xanita board to be ideal for structural applications such as point-of-sale displays, custom trade show booths and signage.
Perfect Solution for Printers
For commercial printers with flatbed printing and cutting capabilities that are seeking to enhance their services, Xanita board offers new revenue streams and business. Xanita board is designed to work with digital flatbed printers, hybrid printers and CNC cutters. It enables direct printing and can be used for curved surfaces, an advantage over other rigid boards. Quick to assemble, light and available as flat packaged, Xanita board is strong enough for the most durable requirements and afterwards, it can be reused or recycled.
Xanita board strikes the perfect balance between premium quality and eco friendliness. It’s a sustainable engineered fiberboard manufactured using fibers recovered from recycled paper products. Xanita board is VOC free, 75% lighter than MDF and significantly stronger than honeycomb boards. It is 100% repulpable and recyclable.
• Exhibition and event structures
• Retail P.O.P. displays
• Merchandising displays
• 3D signage, lettering and cut outs
• Brand activation displays
• Bulkheads and overhead beams
• Tables and event furniture
• Display shelves
“Our partnership with Xanita expands our product line with another wide format solution that provides exceptional quality and a real value to our clients,” said Randy Peters, President and CEO, The Mosaica Group. “What sets this product apart is its superior closed cell, inner core construction, which yields the highest crush strength and flexibility. Also, the bonding process doesn’t include using PVA-based adhesives, enabling an exceptional water and humidity resistance which is beneficial in refrigerated applications or environments with high humidity.”