Sign & Digital Graphics

May '17

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S I G N & D I G I T A L G R A P H I C S • May 2017 • 89 LED BORDER TUBE International Light Technologies, Peabody, Massachusetts, announces the launch of its LED Border Tube with endless color options for accenting buildings, canopies, cove lighting, P.O.P. signage and other border lighting applications. The LED Border Tube from ILT delivers the broadest range of color and graphics capability of any border tube product on the market today. Its unique design allows customers to select any specified translucent vinyl color or printed graphic, for virtually endless color and design possibilities. The LED Border Tube features a cutting edge IP67-rated extrusion, and is UL listed in the US and Canada. The product comes in several standard lengths including 6", 12", 24", 36", 48", 72" and 96", and is field-cuttable every two inches. It's low power consumption design enables runs up to 50 feet on a 100W power supply. For information, visit www.intl- ROOM MANAGEMENT SYSTEM Visix, Inc., Atlanta, launches its new Connect interactive room sign – a feature-rich, cost- effective room management system that does not require the company's AxisTV CMS. This stand-alone solution publishes schedules from Exchange, Exchange 365 and Google Calendar. The new room sign appliance comes in a widescreen format with red and green availability lights on each side to show whether a room is busy or open. The unit has low power consumption, and can be powered via POE network switches, optional POE injectors, or by included DC power supplies. Clients can make walk-up reservations using the interactive UI, as well as start, extend, end or cancel meetings. Any schedule changes made at the room sign are updated in the client's calendar system in real time. If a room is busy, users can check for other available rooms on screen. The signs can also run in non-interactive mode and require a PIN for on-screen bookings. For information, visit www. LARGE-FORMAT PRINTABLE SHEETS Johnson Plastics Plus, Minneapolis, has further increased its range of wide- format sheets to now offer large- format (48" x 96") sheets for sign makers in Rowmark's Heavy Weights product line. Heavy Weights is a heavy gauge polymer sheet material and is engineered to withstand the harshest elements. Large-format Heavy Weights sheet are offered in 18 popular color combinations. It is available in heavy-duty ¼", ½", ¾" thicknesses. All Heavy Weights materials are three-ply sheets, which makes them ideal for two-sided signage applications. Heavy Weights are rotary engravable, UV stable and outdoor weatherable. For more information, and to order your large format sheet, visit LAMINATING FILM FOR UV PRINTS ORAFOL Americas Inc., Black Creek, Georgia, introduces ORAGUARD 215DU Laminating Film designed specifically for overlamination of UV printed graphics. ORAGUARD 215DU solves the No. 1 issue with laminating UV prints, silvering. Silvering occurs when the laminating film adhesive doesn't fully adhere to the surface of a UV print. This is typically more noticeable in darker printed areas and the most common problem of laminating UV printed graphics. Use ORAGUARD 215DU and say goodbye to silvering with a better bonding adhesive specially formulated for UV printed graphics. ORAGUARD 215DU laminating film is available 54" and 60" x 50 yards and in both matte and gloss. For information, visit DIRECT-TO-GARMENT PRINTHEAD The M&R Companies, Roselle, Illinois, introduce the DigitalSqueegee high-speed direct-to-garment digital printhead. A preproduction model of the DigitalSqueegee was previewed at the ISS Long Beach Show in January, where it performed flawlessly with M&R's Stryker automatic oval press. The hybrid system was used to print images on both white and black shirts using screen-printed acrylic-based white ink to provide a toned underbase for the black shirt art. The DigitalSqueegee can deliver a full-color 40 x 50 cm (16" x 20") image in less than five seconds. It can be integrated with newer M&R automatic presses, and the CMYK images printed by the DigitalSqueegee are fully compatible with standard and advanced screen printing techniques, which can be used either before or after the digital print takes place. The formal launch will take place in May. Product details and specifications will be available at that time. For information, visit digitalsqueegee. SDG

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