Sign & Digital Graphics

June '17

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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 J U LY . . . What we've learned… Foam products are often the heart of dimensional signage, meant to give a classic look while fighting off the effects of time and weather. Page 18 Banners are still the workhorse of the sign industry, but advancements in materials, sewing, hemming and welding have made them more vibrant and reliable than ever. Page 40 You probably didn't become involved in our industry to be a chemist, but if you had, you'd be witnessing the heyday of ink formulation. Page 60 If your customers aren't looking at their floors as promotional spaces, they are missing out on a great opportunity to reach their customers, and printers are missing out on possible sales. Page 70 Shops are turning regular maintenance visits into opportunities for full LED retrofits. Page 77 2017 Graphic Film Update A look at adhesive films on the market for graphics and color- change applications. Printing on Magnetic Material The versatility of magnets is increased with the ability to sim- ply run your magnetic substrate through your digital printer. Photo courtesy of 3M. 96 • June 2017 • S I G N & D I G I T A L G R A P H I C S

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