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TWN Industries Releases Highly Anticipated A-TACS iX Pattern

WTP-854 A-TACS IX

PRINCETON, FL – February 18, 2016 – TWN Industries Inc., the leading Water Transfer Printing supplier, releases A-TACS iX (Intermediate Xtreme) Camo hydrographic pattern. This is the first in a new generation of camouflage patterns from Digital Concealment Systems. A-TACS iX is the flagship pattern in a new “X series” line of camouflage patterns from DCS–what will become a complete multi-environmental concealment solution. A-TACS iX utilizes the very latest in printing and camouflage design technology combined with the perfect blend of colors from the already popular A-TACS AU and FG camouflage patterns to create a pattern with vastly improved depth and definition. A-TACS iX Camo also incorporates enhanced edge detail in the transitional areas between light and shadow within the pattern to create the added illusion of depth while maintaining the unique A-TACS Camo “pattern within a pattern” concept. New A-TACS iX Camo is best suited for transitional environments with a blended mix of intermediate greens and desert tans.

Soon, DCS will follow the launch of its new iX pattern with running changes to the already popular AU and FG variants to further integrate them into the “X” series of camouflage patterns. For more information, visit A-TACS Camo online at www.a-tacs.com or, contact Clint Hoover at [email protected].

A-TACS iX water transfer printing film is available exclusively through TWN Industries, Inc. Three meter accessory packs are available immediately. Part number for A-TACS iX is WTP-854. To find a TWN Certified Decorator who can decorate products for you or to purchase film, call 305-258-9622.

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2 Responses to “TWN Industries Releases Highly Anticipated A-TACS iX Pattern”

  1. Disco says:

    I need this Space Tiger Stripe.

  2. BLyon says:

    Not generally an A-TACS guy, but the depth on that pattern is fantastic. Interesting that in using shadows for depth however, the pattern turns out a great deal darker, which seems to limit it’s areas of use a little.

    Could definitely see this as a moderate shadowed area with canopy overhead, or possibly in a desert scheme for later evening hours.