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November '17

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S I G N & D I G I T A L G R A P H I C S • November 2017 • 71 ENTRY-LEVEL LATEX SOLUTIONS HP Inc., Palo Alto, California, introduces the HP Latex 115 printer, offering an economical entry point into sign and display printing services using proven high-quality, water-based HP Latex tech- nology. The HP Latex 115 model is also available in the Print and Cut series, providing an end-to-end HP solution for printing and cutting. The six-color 54" HP Latex 115 delivers stunning results with high image quality across a wide range of applications for indoor and outdoor signage. The Print and Cut package also provides an end- to-end solution for producing applications such as labels, decals, stickers, customizable clothing, window graphics, and more. The dual-device solution delivers simultaneous and continuous print- ing and cutting in a single, integrated workflow. The HP Latex Basic Cutter is equipped with the HP bar- code and Optical Positioning System (OPOS) for fast job recognition and reliable cutting. Additionally, the printers enjoy seamless integration with HP Signage Suite and HP WallArt in the in the HP Applications Center. For information, visit hp.com/go/latex. See our ad on page IBC UV LED ROLL-T-ROLL INKJET PRINTER Novus Imaging, Moultonborough, New Hampshire, an M&R Company, introduces the Ultra 3200 roll-to-roll industrial inkjet printer, offering a wide array of innovative features and an indus- try-leading price-to-performance ratio. It's designed for multi-roll printing and capable of printing substrates up to 3.2 meters (126") wide. Ultra 3200 delivers four-color CMYK and true four-level grayscale printing. Advanced UV LED curing and ink technology provide low temperature curing and reliable output without sacri- ficing print speed, color gamut, ink adhesion, or media versatility. Ultra 3200 is designed and built in the USA. For information, visit novusimaging.com. PERFORATED WINDOW FILM Contra Vision, Atlanta, introduces Contra Vision HD Performance. This break-through micro-perforated window film delivers big- ger and better image impact and a much smoother see-through view than any perforated film available. One-way vision window films that look like solid graphics have wide-ranging applications says Contra Vision. Any brand, specifier or printer that has ruled perforated window films out of contention with solid graphics because of image resolution or see-through experience issues can now revisit that decision and prepare to be surprised by the quality improvement delivered by Contra Vision HD Performance. Unlike any traditional perforated window film, the observer has to be close enough to touch Contra Vision HD Performance to see that it's perforated at all. The product's construction means that images printed on its brilliant-white design side retain a greater amount of the fine detail that's normally lost when printing perforated films. Image impact that is normally associated with solid graphics is the welcome benefit. For information, visit www. contravision.com. DYE-SUB PRINTER Graphics One, Sun Valley, California, announces the debut of its 901X 24-inch Dye Sub Printing System. The GO 901X Dye Sub System is a fully integrated four color high-quality printing solu- tion for 24-inch dye sub printing. The 901X bundle is a complete system and includes the 901X printer, DTX Industrial Dye Sub Ink, Wasatch SoftRIP advanced workflow soft- ware, GO Xtreme Dye Sub Paper and stand/catch basket. The list price for the printer bundle is $5,995. Additionally, Graphics One will offer a complete system with an advanced Mogk 25.5"x 31.5" Heat Press for a total of $9,990 (includes two sets of ink and paper). For information, visit www.graphicsone.com.

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