Condé Now Offering ColorLyte Acrylic Coasters

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MOBILE, Ala. January 14, 2018

Condé Systems adds 'ColorLyte by Solapix' acrylic coasters to its DyeTrans® family of sublimatable products. Available in 4â€� round and 4â€� square, these beautiful acrylic coasters with protective rubber pads provide an attractive and modern way to display a monogram, favorite photograph or full-color design while protecting wood furniture and table tops from hot mugs and water rings. The .22″ thick patent-pending acrylic coasters give depth and brilliance to transferred images while the white imprintable coating on the backside provides amazing image clarity and color reproduction that includes bright whites and deep blacks. To view an informative video on this product, visit http://www.condetv.com. Call 800-826-6332 or visit http://www.conde.com for additional information and pricing.

With an emphasis on dye sublimation technology and the sublimation printing process, Condé Systems is the recognized leader in the personalized products industry by offering everything needed to get into the photo gift business including transfer systems, production software, blank imprintables, transfer paper and supplies, and instructional videos. Condé's large collection of videos are available at http://www.condetv.com to help screen printers, sign makers, embroiderers, pad printers, engravers, photographers, and artists expand their current product offerings to include full-color, photographic quality gifts and awards. During all stages of product selection, sales, and post sales, Condé offers expert knowledge and superior customer support.

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Maria Burns

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