Adapt (Amari Digital Printing Technologies) has added more than 300 3M Di-Noc Architectural Finishes to its media portfolio.
"We recognise the architectural sector as a huge growth area for the industry. The pandemic has allowed people to branch out into new areas and as architecture continues to grow, we're hoping our range grows with it," said Adapt general manager Dominic Bowen.
“Whilst we have always had Di-Noc available to us, we have never been a major stockist. Instead, we offered it to customers in small amounts when they made specific requests. However, with the addition of over 300 3M Di-Noc Architectural Finishes, we will be able to match almost all requests from our customers. This has been a major investment for Adapt and we're very excited to see how our architectural range will develop.”
The media extension comes as Adapt prepares to open a specialist training centre in May, at the Nottingham facility it opened last October. The training centre will offer courses entirely focused on 3M Di-Noc finishes. "If everything goes to plan with Covid-19 measures being eased, we hope to begin delivering specialist 3M Di-Noc courses by the end of May," added Bowen.
Lightweight and self-adhering, 3M Di-Noc Architectural Finishes can be applied in situ to existing substrates. They have a 12-years indoor lifespan and five-years outdoors.