Sign & Digital Graphics

August '16

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96 • August 2016 • S I G N & D I G I T A L G R A P H I C S And we've come to the end of another packed edition of Sign & Digital Graphics. So let's review: M A T T D I X O N , S D G M A N A G I N G E D I T O R BACK PAGE C O M I N G I N S E P T E M B E R … What we've learned: It's been 25 years since ADA signage became a major part of the industry, but in terms of design, we're still scratching the surface. Page 64 Factors such as gender and generation, personal preference, life experiences and upbringing, cultural differences, context, etc., often muddy the effect individual colors have on us. Page 30 Fabric printing to create soft signage is a growing trend, and it's getting easier every year to jump into that market. Page 33 Cost—and your ability to turn a profit—is what helps guide the choice to create channel letters yourself or instead work with a wholesaler. Page 18 New UV-curing aqueous inks may be the next big step in digital printing ink technology. Page 38 Photo courtesy of AXYZ. Vinyl Cuer/ Ploer Update Our comprehensive guide to what's available on the market. CNC Router Maintenance Tips A CNC router is a significant investment, so taking good care of it can save a lot of money and headaches.

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