Sign & Digital Graphics

October '14

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112 • October 2014 • S I G N & D I G I T A L G R A P H I C S MATTE PAPER Coveris Advanced Coatings, West Springfield, Massachusetts, introduces a new product to the Magic product line, PCW-MATTE. PCW-MATTE is a 14 mil, 100% post-consumer waste matte paper, making it a truly earth friendly option for inkjet printing. This product is cross platform compatible with water-based, solvent, eco-solvent and UV-cure inks. The ultra-smooth surface, combined with the high ink saturation provides a rich density for photographic and indoor promotional graphics. PCW-MATTE produces superior print quality and is made in the USA. For information, visit FLATBED INKJET PRINTER Graphics One, Inc., Burbank, California, introduces the GO F-24XL UV, a small-format UV flatbed inkjet printer with a standard table size of 24-inches by 47-inches and scalable up to 79-inches. According to Ernie Contreras, Graphics One Product Manage- ment, "The XL extension means Extra Length, and refers to the table of the new F-24XL printer that can now deliver a 24-inch x 47-inch image that is scalable up to 79-inches in length by adding extension tables." Contreras further noted "the new GO 24XL UV Flatbed Printer, which follows on the heels of the successful launch of the GO F-24, includes newly developed dual LED UV lamps with internal liquid cooling that substantially increases the life of the UV Lamps." The new GO F-24XL UV flatbed printer is the first 24-inch UV printer to offer this extra length, as most units are limited to delivering an image no more than 16-inches long. Additionally, like the standard F-24, the unit offers a printing depth of 10-inches. Contreras noted that when all are combined, the total cubic printing area is 18,720 cubic inches. In addition to its dual liquid-cooled LED UV lamps, the new the GO F-24XL unit prints at up to 100 square feet per hour, and has the ability to print an image at 2880 dpi. The XL ships standard with print management software and can be upgraded to include variable data imaging. For information, visit www.graphic- UV-CURABLE INKS INX Digital, San Leandro, California, introduces H76 high-performance UV curable inks, which are designed specifically for the HP 7500 and HP 7600 printers when using the FB225 ink series. With a slew of significant benefits, it is the lat- est TRIANGLE brand superwide-format appli- cation developed specifi- cally to meet the needs of printers producing work for outdoor P.O.P. display, transit signage and packaging applica- tions. Available in six basic colors plus white, light black and orange, H76 is color and chemically compatible with the OEM inks but takes performance to the next level with outstanding attributes. Besides offering superior adhesion in comparison to the OEM, it was de- signed to allow for a 20 percent reduction in lamp strength in accordance with company policy for greener, more sustainable products. It's available in 5 liter bottles that can be installed directly into the printer, just like the OEM. INX Digital provides technical support expertise and custom profiles to customers through the Color Center. For information, visit ENGRAVING SYSTEM Gravograph, Duluth, Georgia,a brand of Gravotech Inc., introduces the ultimate plug and play en- graving machine for any level of engraver. The M20ABC is an easy-to-use solution for engraving on plastics and metallic materials, for production of tags, orna- mental and sign plates, key chains, award plates, garden marker, small funeral plates and other small signage projects. The software is optimized to only need three steps to engrave an item. That's where our motto comes from: "as easy as ABC." Very compact, this solution can be set up in any professional environment providing simple and fast on-site engraving, widening your scope of services without the need of subcontractors. For information visit, WINDOW PERFORATED FILMS Avery Dennison Graphics Solutions, Mentor, Ohio, introduces two window perforated films and three overlaminates into its digital portfolio, rounding out a robust offering for outdoor, indoor and vehicle graphics. MPI 3529 and MPI 3729 join the Avery Dennison MPI Perforated Window Series films. The MPI Perforated Window Series allows window surfaces to display printed graphics, without completely restricting vision. MPI 3529 is a solvent, eco solvent, UV and latex printable film with durability of two years unprinted, and one year printed. It has a matte finish, removable adhesive with opaque/block out capabilities, and a 50/50 ratio. MPI 3529 features a 50/50 perforation pattern that is intended for promotional vehicle applications, like transit buses or fleet vehicles, where increased visibility from the interior is required. For information, visit DISPLAY RENTAL PROGRAM Orbus Exhibit & Display Group, Woodridge, Illinois, announces a new rental exhibit program and over 100 rental display solutions in a new catalog—The Exhibitors' Handbook Rental. Orbus' rental program makes renting a trade show booth simple and hassle free. Over 100 off-the-shelf exhibits and structures of all types and sizes are available, and perfect for use in 10' x 10' and 10' x 20' inline and 20' x 20' and larger island spaces. Out-of-the-box inline and island rental exhibits are pre-built, setting The Exhibitors' Handbook Rental apart from others. After an exhibit is chosen for rental, the only time investment is in the design and printing of display graphics—streamlining and expediting the rental process. The rental program includes a multitude of exhibit kits, ac- cessories and exhibit structures, including many of Orbus' most popular product lines. Those avail- able for rent include: Formulate fabric displays, Vector Frame geometric displays, the new line of Hybrid Pro modular displays, Orbital Express Truss displays, double deck systems, architectural fabric structures, tents, flags and more. For information, visit www.orbus- Product Review See our ad on page 21 See our ad on page 98 See our ad on page 98

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