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August '16

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88 • August 2016 • S I G N & D I G I T A L G R A P H I C S Product Review NEW COLORS FOR 970RA FILM ORAFOL Americas Inc., Black Creek, Georgia, introduces six new colors for ORACAL 970RA Premium Shift Effect Cast film available in gloss and matte. The restyling community is always looking for new, innovative, one-of-a-kind products. Stand out from the crowd with the following new ORACAL 970RA Premium Shift Effect Cast colors: Pearl Symphony (315), Amethyst (316), Avocado (317), Aquamarine (318), Ultramarine Violet (319), and Cranberry (320). Series 970RA Premium Shift Effect Cast is engineered with cutting edge technology that produces mesmerizing, non-directional, multi-color effects. What that means to you is the ability to apply in all directions without any affect to the shift effect color or its unique color changing characteristics. The perfect automotive flip flop paint alterna- tive. Nine matte and gloss colors to choose from, don't forget Green Blue, Turquoise Lavender, and Aubergine Bronze. Plus, limited edition gloss Pearl Green. All colors available in 60" width and 10-yd, 25-yd, and 50-yd length rolls. For informa- tion, visit LED DISPLAY LETTERS Gemini, Cannon Falls, Minnesota, announces the launch of its new line of LUXE PRECISION LED DISPLAY LETTERS. Designed to provide a striking and powerful letter solution for experi- ential design and retail display projects, Gemini LUXE PRECISION LED DISPLAY LETTERS are precision- tooled of 1.5-inch-thick translucent cast block acrylic, providing an exact, precise, and clean finished look. Gemini's process results in a highly stylized, sharp let- ter that yields perfectly diffused light in both the face- and back-lit halo configurations. These precision-tooled letters feature sculpted, seamless returns with precisely defined edges and a minimum return thickness of 1.5 inches. To accommodate various projects, LUXE letters are available in heights ranging from 8 to 24 inches and stroke widths of 1 to 5 inches. Letters can also be custom painted. LUXE display letters are UL-listed for LED illumination, mak- ing them ideal for both indoor and outdoor environments. For information, visit PRINT HEAD DOCTOR UPGRADE Digital Sign Technologies Inc., Mississauga, Ontario, Canada, has redesigned its flagship product Print Head Doctor to be controlled from mobile devices and connected to the cloud. They are adding new upgrade options to their machines to improve the user experience. The new Print Head Doctor 13 is the latest model in the line of "Connected PHD" print head cleaning machines that can be controlled from an Android smartphone or a tablet. Currently available on Google Play, the app connects to the PHD machines via Bluetooth and allows complete remote control of all machine functions, diagnostics, and creation of customized cleaning cycles. It also allows taking pictures of the print head condition and saves the print head cleaning progress log into the cloud for easy access by the users. For information, visit FLUORESCENT DYE-SUBLIMATION INK Sawgrass, Charleston, South Carolina, introduces a product that allows decorators to add exciting fluorescent colors to graph- ics with Sawgrass' new SubliJet-HD Fluorescent (FL) inks for the Virtuoso 25" 8-Color Product Decorating System featuring the VJ 628 printer. This new eight-color ink set adds fluorescent yellow and pink cartridges to the proven SubliJet-HD C, M, Y, KXF, Lc and Lm configuration, giving sublimators a true multi-purpose solu- tion for a much wider range of applications than possible with traditional CMYK inks. SubliJet-HD FL provides a preconfigured color palette of 16 fluorescent colors that can be loaded directly into Adobe Photoshop, Illustrator or CorelDRAW graphics soft- ware for easy use. New colors can also be created, applied and saved to the palette for quick spot color matching and frequently printed jobs. For information, visit SDG

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