Mossy Oak 3D Fluid Graphics Ensures Camo Pattern Quality

Mossy Oak 3D Fluid Graphics Ensures Camo Pattern Quality

Mossy Oak Break Up Infinity Camo
Mossy Oak Break Up Infinity Camo
Mossy Oak
Mossy Oak

WEST POINT, MS --(AmmoLand.com)- Mossy Oak designs camouflage patterns and licenses the use of those patterns to hundreds of companies with manufacturing locations worldwide.

Whether it’s apparel, footwear, archery equipment, firearms, automobile accessories or the hundreds of other licensed products, Mossy Oak 3D Graphics ensures that each product has a consistent and quality image of the Mossy Oak patterns.

Once research and development perfects a pattern, 3D Graphics inserts itself at the beginning of the supply chain and monitors the output of patterns on film for decorating hard goods and heat transfer paper or wet print for fabric. 3D Graphics is responsible for guaranteeing quality before the licensee begins decorating their product.

By monitoring the process early on, Mossy Oak partners’ products are improved with a consistent Mossy Oak pattern image increasing shelf appeal. Not only that, the product gets to the shelf faster because of direct-to-manufacturer delivery.

After a recent Screen Print Re-authorization project to improve the image quality and print consistency across all Mossy Oak fabrics, Mossy Oak’s newest pattern, Break-Up Infinity will be replicated on various products with the utmost realism and clarity.

“The amazing quality and consistency with our new Break-Up Infinity pattern is a direct reflection of the efforts of 3D Fluid Graphics,” said Butch English, Executive Vice President of sales and marketing for Mossy Oak. “We have implemented the highest level of printing standards in the industry to make certain customers receive the best representation of Mossy Oak patterns on their products.”

“For the first time ever, the wet print process has allowed Haas Outdoors to achieve a much closer match on natural fabrics such as cotton compared to camouflage prints on synthetic fabrics. This is truly a first in our industry,” said Will Woods, Director of New Business Development and Sales Business Management. “In the past, camouflage patterns on synthetic fabrics and natural fabrics looked very different. Utilizing new processes, Mossy Oak has significantly closed that gap and has been able to get a very close match. As a result, Break-Up Infinity will be much more consistent across all fabric types.

On top of that, we’re working with suppliers to provide more durable fabrics to reduce fading and increase wear time.”

For 2010, Mossy Oak has committed to make every effort to meet or beat pricing on any competing camouflage with qualified and like specifications with a validated quote. Call 662-494-8859 for more information.

Haas Outdoors Inc. is headquartered in West Point, Miss., was established in 1986 and is home of Mossy Oak (www.mossyoak.com). Mossy Oak specializes in developing and marketing modern camouflage designs for hunters and outdoorsmen. Mossy Oak patterns can be found on a multitude of products worldwide. Haas Outdoors Inc. is the outdoor industry leader in modern camouflage design, international licensing and marketing. Haas Outdoors Inc. markets its services and products under widely recognized brands including: Mossy Oak, BioLogic, Mossy Oak Productions, MOOSE Media, Nativ Nurseries, and Mossy Oak Properties.

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  • One thought on “Mossy Oak 3D Fluid Graphics Ensures Camo Pattern Quality

    1. I’d like to see this infinity pattern from ground to 30-40-yds away. What a deer would be looking at. Because I think my old carhart como , which i out grew , worked better than all this new stuff, it was like old army camo, Are there any pics of this in a tree from a distance, Thanks, Tim

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