Sign & Digital Graphics

September '14

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60 • September 2014 • S I G N & D I G I T A L G R A P H I C S DIGITAL PRINTING AND FINISHING DIGITAL GRAPHICS "It comes off easily with no residue whatso- ever," Weingarten says. "[It is] easy to put up and easy to take down. There are other options, like a low-tack adhesive backed vinyl, but this has a nicer look, more like a fabric look." LexJet's Mask says you can easily install it, move it around, and take it down—and you don't need a professional installation crew to do it. It's like having a canvas on the wall, but there is virtually no tex- ture to it, so it also has the look of vinyl. One of the best aspects about it, Mask says, is that even if you have to put it up and take it down possibly multiple times, the image quality is not affected. "You can actually curl it up into a ball and pull it apart without any effect to the adhesive or to the image, so the ink isn't affected. The fabric molds to itself so you don't have creasing. You could put it up for a day, or you could it up for 20 years and it's not going to contract and expand because it's a fabric and not a vinyl, like In order to easily install and take down graphics and images, Presentation Graphics used Print-N-Stick Fabric from LexJet.

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