Sign & Digital Graphics

September '14

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S I G N & D I G I T A L G R A P H I C S • September 2014 • 119 MEDIA HANDLING SYSTEM Mimaki USA, Suwanee, Ga., announces the MJF500-1800 industrial media handling system as an option for new and installed Mimaki TS500- 1800 high-speed transfer sublimation printers. The new bulk roll media handling system adds versatil- ity and expands the capabilities for high-speed dye sublimation printing. The industrial design of the new MJF500-1800 system can handle paper rolls up to 600 lbs. with an external diameter of 20 inches giving digital textile producers the ability to take full advantage of the high throughput capabilities of the Mimaki TS500-1800 printer. Using the new bulk roll media handling system, Mimaki customers can become more produc- tive by minimizing material change interruptions while also increasing profitability by printing long production runs on cost-effective transfer paper for sublimation to a wide range of textiles. For information, visit MINI LED KIT France Power Solutions, Fairview, Tenn., an- nounces the release of its Mini LED Fast Pak Kit. The new compact kit reduces labor and installa- tion time for all LED sign applications, includes pre-punched wiring holes and can be mounted horizontally or vertically. The kit comes with a five-year warranty on the power supply. The new Mini LED Fast Pak Kit comes complete and ready for quick installation. The kit is available in both a single and double power supply model. Each kit includes the compact LED-1260MPS power sup- ply pre-wired in a wet-listed enclosure to a 20A toggle switch. UL recognized plugs are included for unused wiring holes. For information, visit See our ad on page 17 ROWMARK PRODUCTS JDS Industries, Inc. stocks a wide range of quality Rowmark products including laserable plastic sheet stock as well as a variety of wall and desk sign holders. When combined, the plastic and sign holders become a professional and profitable signage product line. The popular plastic sheet stocks, which include LazerMax, FlexiBrass, UltraGrave, metalgraph plus and more, are stocked in all 14 of JDS's nationwide warehouses. With this strategic distribution infrastructure, JDS is able to reach 82 percent of the US in one day and over 99 percent in two days or less via ground shipping methods. For information, visit LARGE-FORMAT PRINTER Canon U.S.A. Inc., Melville, N.Y., introduces the Océ PlotWave 500 large-format printing system. Featuring the Océ ClearConnect touchscreen interface for fast and easy walk-up printing, copying and scanning, the newest print system offering from Canon is primed to make a significant impact on the industry. Boasting the ability to print 10 D-size plots per minute with virtually no warm-up delay, and cloud integration, these productive capabilities enable users to print faster, share faster and finish projects faster, making the Océ PlotWave 500 a labor-saving investment. The Océ PlotWave 500 combines high speed, produc- tive printing, scanning, and copying via the Océ Scanner Express II, all in a space-saving single footprint configuration. It's specially designed to help today's CAD professionals meet their project challenges, including the ability to easily scan to or print from the cloud for enhanced collaboration. For information, visit DYE SUB INKS FOR SOLJET Nazdar Ink Technologies, Stockport, UK, an- nounces that the TX650 wide-format high-density dye-sublimation inks have added Roland's SOLJET PRO4 XF-640 to the list of validated printers. These water-based, high density dye sublimation inks have been formulated specifically for use on a range of wide-format printers including a number of Mimaki, Mutoh and Roland machines. Designed for printing onto paper prior to being heat-transferred onto polyester-based fabrics and coated rigid substrates, TX650 ink is ideal for an array of transfer applications from producing sportswear garments through to the production of outdoor signage. For information, visit www. LAMINATE FOR UV PRINTS Drytac, Richmond, Va., announces that Interlam Pro, its premier line of pressure sensitive laminat- ing films, has been designated compatible for direct application to UV printed output. These films are excellent multi-purpose overlaminates that have a pressure sensitive aqueous acrylic adhesive and UV stabilizers to prevent discoloration and degradation of both the film and adhesive. Interlam Pro overlaminates are available in several finishes, including 3 mil Glossy, Lustre and Matte as well as 4 mil sand-textured Emerytex. Each offers opti- mum clarity and shields against UV light exposure, increasing indoor and outdoor graphic durability. For information, visit See our ad on page 47

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