Sign & Digital Graphics

November '12

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BACK PAGE Coming in December… Wide-Format Printer Update Check out our comprehensive listing of wide-format printers from the industry's top manufacturers. There's no better source to begin your search for a new machine. (Photo courtesy Epson) Engraved Signage The list of materials and substrates you can engrave is almost endless. Find out how having engraving capabilities in your shop can open up new markets. And we've come to the end of another packed edition of Sign & Digital Graphics. So let's review: What We've Learned… ✔ Reflective wraps aren't just for emergency vehicles. Although reflective wrap material is a staple for sign and graphics shops that work with emergency fleets such as police, ambulance and fire departments, there is also plenty of opportunities in the commercial world to make an impression at night. (Page 54) MAT T D I XON, S DG MANAGING ED ITOR ✔ Don't throw away that paint brush. In a world where digital printers, CNC routers and laser engravers are workhorses for many shops, there still come times when a pounce wheel and steady paint brush will create just what your client wants. (Pages 22 and 28) ✔ Know an expert, or become one yourself. ADA compliance isn't optional, and nothing will turn a profitable job into a disaster faster than having to replace an entire hospital worth of signage. Until you are familiar with regulations front and back, be sure to have someone to rely on to help you during ADA sign production. (Page 78) 96 • November 2012 • SIGN & DIGITAL GRAPHICS

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