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WRAPS '17

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2 0 1 7 • WRAPS • 105 Wrap Essentials NEW LATEX INKS FROM RICOH Ricoh USA, Inc., Pine Brook, New Jersey, announces its new aqueous resin (AR) latex inks for the company's Pro L4130 and Pro L4160 latex printers. The inks are designed to increase performance and cut cure times at an affordable price point. Ricoh is transitioning its wide format customers to AR inks, which will cost much less than their predecessors and boast a 24-month shelf life. AR inks allow wide format jobs on a broad range of substrates—including cloth, bond paper, backlit material or a variety of other media—to be used immediately off the press. Ricoh's AR inks cure quickly, and faster cure times mean faster turn times, which enable shops to take on more business and keep revenue flowing. For more information, visit www.ricoh-usa.com. REPLACEMENT INK CARTRIDGES Budget Inks, Angola, Indiana, introduces Eco-ES Ultra refillable cartridges solutions for Mimaki printers. These inks provide an easy OEM matched conversion than will save you up to 40%. Eco-ES Ultra is compatible with OEM inks and cartridges, which allows you to change out inks color by color without flushing. Eco-ES Ultra is specificity engineered for Mimaki printers to match colors which allows us to offer the most comprehensive warranty in the industry. We ask you to join our hundreds of users to show the world that Eco-ES Ultra works great to cut your costs and not your quality. For information, visit www.budget-inks. com. LAMINATORS ENTRY LEVEL LAMINATOR Advanced Greig Laminators (AGL), Deforest, Wisconsin, spotlights the Compadre, an entry- level wide-format laminator designed to satisfy the small to medium sign shop market. The unit incorporates AGL's original nip roll design and configuration, and allows for more reliable print laminating and mounting at faster throughput speeds. Features include a 6" diameter steel rubber-covered nip roll assembly concentrically ground and finished for less print distortion and wrinkling. The top nip-roll features preset heat-assist for warming up pressure sensitive over laminates resulting in a perfectly smooth output. Other standard features include two unwind supply shafts, a release liner windup, auto-grip core chucks, high-release silicone rollers, improved film tension limiting brake, and a self checking electronic control panel. For more information, visit www.aglinc.com. WIDE-FORMAT ROLLER LAMINATOR Drytac, Richmond, Virginia, introduces the JM55 Force, the most recent JetMounter model to be added to its line of wide-format roller laminators. A heavy-duty, entry-level laminator, the JM55 Force is designed for users who require durability and functionality over the long-term. The JM55 Force has a maximum laminating width of 55" (1,397mm) and is excellent for mounting, laminating and decaling pressure sensitive materials. It features large 4.7" (119.4mm) diameter non-stick rollers; speed control up to 20' (6m) per minute; a maximum nip opening of 1" (25mm); top and bottom auto-grip supply shafts with brake tension control on the operator side; single mechanical height/pressure adjustment; and an interchangeable 110V or 220V electrical configuration. For information, visit www. drytac.com. REDESIGNED LAMINATOR Advanced Greig Laminators (AGL), Deforest, Wisconsin, introduces its newly redesigned Encore series laminator. AGL's Encore series laminators have been re-designed to enhance the performance of a proven industry workhorse. The Encore series is available in four primary machine configurations to meet virtually every production objective. The unit incorporates features normally found on higher end AGL laminators, including pneumatic control of all wind-up stations, proprietary nip roll design, heated nip pressure, as well as a redesigned frame incorporating upgraded dead shaft idler rolls with SKF bearings providing less resistance to the throughput materials. Cantilevered swing out shafts offer an easy core exchange and more. High performance laminators from a name you have trusted for more than 65 years. For more information, visit www.aglinc.com. SOFTWARE AND TRAINING ONYX SUPPORT FOR EPSON SURECOLOR Onyx Graphics, Salt Lake City, announces full support for the recently launched Epson SureColor SC-S printers, through its proven wide- format print software. The Epson SureColor SC-Series includes the SC-S80600, SC-S60600 and SC-S40600 models. According to Epson, this new range of professional 64" signage printers combines robust engineering with new design and production features to deliver market- leading quality at the fastest possible speeds, precise repeatability and long-term durability. The new range gives print service providers a choice of printers to suit their specific production needs from 4-10 colors (including white and metallic) and up to 1026 square feet per hour of single- pass productivity. For information, visit www. onyxgfx.com. MIMAKI RIP SOFTWARE PACKAGE Mimaki USA, Suwanee, Georgia, introduces Mimaki RasterLink6 RIP software offering ease- of-use and a powerful set of tools. Version 5 includes popular PANTONE color libraries, color replacement via spectrophotometer measurements and support for creating FOTOBA cut marks. Other features include full layout control, multiple ICC profile test printing, compose and arrange jobs, and powerful jig and template tools. For more information, visit www. mimakiusa.com. SWITCH CONFIGURATOR ONYX Graphics, Salt Lake City, introduces ONYX Switch Configurator software. The ONYX Switch Configurator software improves turnaround times by enabling print service providers to easily customize a range of job settings. The configurator enables the creation of prints with the addition of bleeds as well as accurate placement of grommets and sewing marks. This allows print service providers a better way to manage communications and track their operations. ONYX Switch Configurator is for use with ONYX Thrive workflow software. For information, visit www.onyxgfx.com.

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