Sign & Digital Graphics

October '17

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S I G N & D I G I T A L G R A P H I C S • October 2017 • 71 HIGH-OUTPUT LED SloanLED, Ventura, California, announce the launch of PDL3 MODUS HO (high output)—a universal 1-for-1 upgrade of exist- ing 400 W HID downlights, featuring application-based driver solutions that make it the ideal luminaire replacement for canopies, parking struc- ture/surface mount, and high bay appli- cations that require targeted light from unconventional heights. PDL3 MODUS HO is an IP68 rated, glob- ally compliant lighting fixture with a leading efficacy of up to 147 lm/W, easy installation, and virtually no maintenance. SloanLED is also proud to offer PDL3 MODUS HO with an industry leading 10-year limited warranty. For information, visit LASERABLE WOOD PANELS Trotec Laser Inc., Plymouth, Michigan, announces a new offering of solid wood panels, panels with authentic wood veneer, plywood panels, and MDF board to the engraving market. The expansion of Trotec's material range means that the laser manu- facturer is broadening its existing portfolio of single-ply and multi-ply laser engraving and cutting materi- als. Wood as a material is now more popular than ever. Its pleasant and rich appearance makes wood the favorite material for timeless and varied high-quality applications and uses. Trotec ensures that only the best wood cuts are used so the material can be precision pro- cessed on laser engraving equipment while retain- ing the authentic natural wood grain and texture. Finely-sanded and treated with a natural matte lacquer finish, wood panels from Trotec create a unique, high- quality appearance. For information, visit GARMENT PRINTER INK AnaJet, Tustin, California, has launched a line of CMYK ink com- patible with the RICOH Ri 3000/Ri 6000 and AnaJet mPower direct to garment printers. The RICOH Garment Ink is now available at the AnaJet store for USA customers for only $44 for the standard car- tridge. That's an everyday price that is 25 percent lower than our most popular PowerBright PLUS CMYK inks. When RICOH set out to develop a new ink for our DTG customers, the goal was to match or beat the color output and perfor- mance of PowerBright PLUS but also pass significant savings on to our customers. It's specially formulated to be optimized for AnaJet mPower and RICOH Ri 3000/Ri 6000 printers and is currently available in CMYK only. For information, visit See our ad on page 23 WOOD VENEER BOARDS GPA, Chicago, announces the addition of GPA Wood Veneer Boards to its offerings. Made from real wood, these boards lend their timeless beauty to every project and infuse finished pieces with a rustic, vintage, or authentic feel. With a unique wood grain on every sheet, GPA's Wood Veneer Boards make each piece a truly one-of-a-kind creation. Unlike other veneers, the wood is naturally strong with- out the use of addi- tives or fillers, and is not chemically soaked or steam heated. The result is minimal environmental impact and a substrate that per- forms as beautifully as it looks. The boards are manufactured in a way that allows them to remain strong, yet pliable and soft to the touch, which adds a captivating tactile feel so every project can make a lasting impression. For information, visit LED FLATBED PRINTER AND LOADING ROBOT swissQprint, Elgin, Illinois, introduces the Nyala LED flatbed printer along with Rob, the award-winning loading and unload- ing robot. Nyala LED delivers a maximum output of 2217 sqft/h. It features a 126×79.9" flatbed with various optional add-ons. It even converts to a roll to roll printer. swissQprint has redesigned its mechanical basis for highest precision. Thanks to LED curing the range of possible substrates is extended and operation is hassle free. Energy consumption is 50 percent lower than with conventional curing systems, and the lamp system is mainte- nance free. In other words, not only is Nyala LED highly economi- cal but also environmentally-friendly. Rob is the solution for unat- tended printing. This robot handles extra shifts and takes over repetitive work, freeing up users for other tasks. Despite greater use of the printer and optimized delivery times, the work-life balance of personnel stays on the level. Higher output also has a positive impact on financial results. For information, visit www.

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