As the market-leading supplier of sheet material, 3A Composites offers a unique variety of branded
products. The company’s core markets, which cover everything from direct-to-substrate digital printing and screen printing, exhibition and shop design, signage as well as POS/POP applications, meant this year’s FESPA was an event not to be missed.

This year’s FESPA Global Print Expo in Munich was the biggest and best exhibition to date in its history
according to the organizers. 3A Composites showed in the booth construction impressively the interaction between digital printing and processing of the different printing substrates. The various materials have thereby been digitally printed as well as contour milled, respectively lasered. That way, the manifold application possibilities of the different substrates have been shown.

FESPA Global Print Expo was the perfect occasion for 3A Composites to introduce new product variants
of the original aluminium composite panel Dibond, which is being produced at the company site in Singen, Germany since almost 30 years.

The BUTLERFINISH product range has been complemented by two trendy colours “BUTLERFINISH
anthracite” and “BUTLERFINISH rosé”. The distinctive and exclusive brushed aluminium effect gives
exclusivity and individuality. Creative designs can be implemented effectively and aesthetically thanks to
the wide range of processing possibilities such as three-dimensionally shaping.

Moreover, the product range Structure has been extended. Besides the already existing black and silver
colour variation, Dibond structure is now available with a white surface. The distinctive look is achieved by a special coating system which gives the panel a haptical, textured surface. Dibond structure convinces as eye-catcher, for selected details or on a large scale.

A specific part at the 3A Composites booth has been particularly designed for the 50th product anniversary of Kapa. The Kapa product range has been steadily extended through the years. Meanwhile, the wellknown lightweight foamboard with a polyurethane foam core includes nine different variants with various individual cover layers.

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