Sign & Digital Graphics

January '17

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86 • January 2017 • S I G N & D I G I T A L G R A P H I C S Product Review LED COLORS AND TEMPERATURES SloanLED, Ventura, California, announces the launch of additional SloanLED Prism colors and white temperatures. SloanLED Prism fam- ily is reimagined LED lens technology, com- bining SloanLED's prism technology with a batwing distribution of light for true-to-color illumination, even when spread over the larg- est of sign faces. SloanLED Prism family is the brightest solu- tion in its class, providing you with brighter results using fewer modules. In addition to our brilliant SloanLED Prism Red we have added Blue, Green, and Orange, all made with the highest- grade LED chips on the market. New SloanLED Prism white color temperatures include 3000K, 4000K, 5000K, and 7100K, join- ing 6500K, to create the perfect spectrum for any sign, from a warm glow to a bright, cool beam for high output needs. For more information, visit LATEX PRINTABLE FABRIC Top Value Fabrics, Carmel, Indiana, introduces the lat- est advancement in Latex print- able fabrics with DigiPanorama. DigiPanorama is spe- cifically engineered to provide Latex customers with the value-added results they are looking for in finished prints. This fabric is a direct result of customers requesting material that is ideal for Latex print- ing. This fabric features a coating that enhances the perfor- mance of graphics when printed with Latex inks. DigiPanorama is REACH compliant and is specially optimized for use with HP Latex ink technology. This knitted polyester also meets NFPA 701 FR specifications and provides options in ink com- patibility for both UV and Latex. Stocked in widths to 122", DigiPanorama yields outstanding color consistency, excellent image sharpness and a vibrant color range. For more informa- tion, visit REMOVABLE WINDOW MOUNTING ADHESIVE Advanced Greig Laminators, Deforest, Wisconsin, showcases its Mount-Smart Removable Window mounting adhesive, which offers the unique ability to create remov- able and re-positionable graphics from any smooth media. It features a permanent adhesive on one side and an air-egress re-positionable adhesive on the other of a clear PET carrier. No special preparation is required aside from cleaning the glass prior to application. Mount-Smart Removable Window allows a novice user to apply their own graphics with no fuss and no mess. Ease of use coupled with the fact that no sticky residue is left behind means that no cleanup is required when the graphics are removed. For more information, visit CLAMPS AND MOUNTING FIXTURES JDS Industries, Sioux Falls, South Dakota, offers stand-offs, side clamps and mount- ing fixtures. JDS has the hardware to create attractive architectural signage with stand-offs, side clamps and mount- ing fixtures in multiple finishes and sizes. These durable and economical stand-offs can be used with a variety of signage to provide an elegant touch. For information, visit www.jdsindus- UV-LED FLATBED WITH 3D LENS PRINTING Agfa Graphics, Elmwood Park, New Jersey, launches the upgraded Jeti Mira, now featuring UV-LED cure technology, advanced 3D lens printing and PrintSphere integration powered by Agfa's Asanti workflow software. The Jeti Mira, in addi- tion to its cooler UV-LED cure system, can now add a dramatic touch to many different applications thanks to 3D lens printing technology. Using a combination of printed lenses composed of UV-curable varnish and image manipulations, users can add depth to print results by tuning the size of varnish lenses and the array in which they are printed. The new feature called PrintSphere is a cloud-based service for production automation, file sharing and data storage. The Jeti Mira can also print at widths up to 106", and offers print speeds of up to 2,486 sq/ft/ hr. The unit also features print-and-prepare functionality, a dock- able roll-to-roll option, six color channels with white standard, highly-pigmented UV inks and more. For more information, visit

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