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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 • 73 CANOPY RETROFIT LEDS Fulham Co., Inc., Hawthorne, California, introduces a new Universal Voltage LED Canopy Retrofit Kit to illuminate locations such as service stations, parking garage, entryways, walkways, and other areas where LED lighting presents a cost-effective alterna- tive to metal halide and other types of traditional light sources. The new Universal Voltage LED Canopy Retrofit Kit offers a high-power factor with low total harmonic distortion (THD) and can be used for installations requiring 120V to 227V, making it a good replacement option for applications with up to 250W HID currently installed. Suitable for both damp and dry locations, the kit also features integrated thermal management for optimal performance and reliability, and has been tested to operate at temperatures rang- ing from -4 to 113 degrees Fahrenheit. The Universal Voltage LED Canopy Retrofit Kit uses optical lenses to direct the beam at a 160-degree angle, making it ideal for parking garage, walkways and perimeter lighting. For information, visit HEAT TRANSFER MEDIA Roland DGA, Irvine, California, has added HeatSoft SATIN (ESM-HTMS) to its existing lineup of high-quality media offerings. Roland's HeatSoft SATIN is an inkjet-printable, poly- urethane transfer film that images beautifully and is extremely easy to work with, making it ideal for a wide range of heat transfer applications. HeatSoft SATIN weeds easily and transfers effortlessly to the trans- fer mask, even without the use of a squeegee. With its semi-gloss finish, HeatSoft SATIN can be transferred to cotton, polyester and poly blend materials to create customized apparel and accessories with a desirable "screen print" sheen and a soft hand. HeatSoft SATIN has also earned CPSIA certifica- tion, providing assurance that it's safe for use in the production of apparel and products for chil- dren 12 years of age or younger. In addition to its exceptional imaging quality, versatility and ease of use, HeatSoft SATIN offers outstanding durability. Capable of withstanding up to 25 wash cycles, it delivers decorated apparel that is not only attractive, but also made to last. For information, visit See our ad on page 1 COLOR SWATCHES APA America, Fort Lauderdale, Florida, launches 23 new colors: 15 Architectural colors and eight Car Wrap colors. With all these new colors coming out, we have turned one swatch book into two! Let your fingers do the walking and the actual colors do the talking with our new swatch fans. The MOTION line has more than 100 finish and color combinations, from Chrome series, to Matte, Satin, Pearl, Gloss, Gloss Metallic, Matte Metallic, Satin Metallic, 3D effects, Candy, SuperCandy and Ultramatte. The ARCHI line has more than 70 finish and color combinations, from wood grains, to Carbon fibers, Brushed alumi- num, Gloss, Matte and 3D laminations. For information, visit TEXTILE TRANSFER PRINTER OKI Data Americas, Indianapolis, expands its portfolio of textile transfer printers with the release of the Pro8432WT digital color printer. The Pro8432WT is the latest addition to OKI's revolutionary collection of white toner printers for the graphics and textile markets. The tabloid-sized Pro8432WT provides the digital heat trans- fer solution that textile merchants and gar- ment decorators demand for more vibrant, color-rich graphics on both light and dark garments, hard goods and promotional merchandise. Compact in size but powerful in production, the Pro8432WT is easy to operate and eliminates the cumbersome processes typically associated with traditional screen printing. The Pro8432WT relies on OKI's pat- ented LED printheads to deliver timely, consistent output up to 11"x17". With its white toner and single-pass print technology, the Pro8432WT saves time over other digital transfer printers without sacrificing the color palette afforded by spot color screen printing. For information, visit MULTI-PURPOSE DRYER Vastex International, Allentown, Pennsylvania, introduces a multi-purpose LittleRed X3-D infrared dryer capable of curing direct-to-garment (DTG) printed textiles as well as plastisol, water-based and discharge- printed garments at higher rates than possible with conventional dryer designs. The latest addi- tion to the LittleRed Dryer line, the 30 in. (76 cm) wide X3-D model features a high-powered pre-heating zone that rockets ink temperatures past 300°F (149ºC) within the first several inches of conveyor travel. Rapid preheating maximizes the distance and time over which the ink is accurately maintained at its optimum curing temperature, allow- ing increased conveyor belt speeds and dryer output. The dryer's three 24 in. (61 cm) wide heaters (8300W @ 240V total watt- age) are digitally-controlled and height-adjustable to maximize curing efficiency as garments are conveyed through the drying chamber, providing the precision-thermal-profiling (PTP) needed to match curing conditions to the drying characteristics of each ink type, particularly difficult-to-cure inkjet-printed white ink. For information, visit See our ad on page 5 SDG

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