Spandex introduces new 3M DI-Noc architectural finishes to its portfolio

October 3, 2018

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Spandex has introduced 225 new patterns from 3M’s DI-Noc range.

 

DI-Noc is the ideal solution to refurbish, refresh or renovate flat or curved surfaces for a number of applications such as walls, ceilings, doors, counters and furniture. 

 

The addition of the 225 patterns means there are now more than 1000 different designs in the range – available by the metre from Spandex. This addition contains 85 matte series, 94 basic series and 46 AR series with improved texture by matte technology.

 

 

Combining science with artistry, the new collection features an advanced and patented ultra matte top coating, designed and produced by the 3M research and design centre in Japan. This finish brings a number of exciting new effects to the designer’s palette.

 

Inspired by nature, the patterns in the new range have been designed to replicate lifelike situations with a view to produce realistic architectural applications including matte effects on a number of patterns, such as wood and stone, as well as more natural appearances.

 

The new collection was created following extensive research involving architects and designers into contemporary and future trends to offer customers an innovative and fresh look.

 

Leon Watson, general manager at Spandex UK, commented: ‘The DI-Noc range opens up a huge number of application possibilities for graphic producers and interior designers. 3M has further increased the aesthetic options with the new patterns by providing a much more natural appearance, making the finishes even more authentic. The new patterns are the perfect solution for customers looking at producing architectural applications, offering their clients the closest look and feel of real materials.’

 

 

 

 

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