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November '17

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72 • November 2017 • S I G N & D I G I T A L G R A P H I C S WRAP FILMS ORAFOL Americas, Black Creek, Georgia, introduces the 970RA family of films. Not only does it feature the quality and durabil- ity you desire, but also one of the widest selections of solid color wrapping films available on the market today. Now available in 121 vibrant, gloss, matte, metallic and shift effect colors, there is a color and finish for every customer. All ORACAL 970RA wrap- ping films are ready to use straight out of the box and have the attributes such as; paint-like finish, amazing conformability, and engineered with RapidAir technology, which reduces the incidence of bubbles and makes installation a breeze. Best of all, there is no lamination required due to the built-in clear coat top layer. For information, visit www.orafolamericas.com. GTO WIRE SPOOLS Ventex Technology, LLC, San Angelo, Texas, is now offering its GTO-10 silicone integral sleeve wire in black and white in 250- foot spools. The GTO-10 is UL approved for use with 12kV elec- tronic transformers. The company also offers its GTO-15 sili- cone integral sleeve wire in black 250-foot spools. Both products conform to all UL, cUL and UYTA standards and requirements. For information, visit www.ventextech.com. Product Review C O N T I N U E D HIGH-PERFORMANCE LASER SYSTEM Kern Laser Systems, Wadena, Minnesota, intro- duces its next generation OptiFlex laser system. The OptiFlex is a redesigned large format system equipped with Kern's new HyperDual motion package. This improved motion package features a rack and pinion gear system at each side of the laser system with dual Y axis servo motors. Cut acceleration rates are up to three times faster with a 100 percent increase in top-end vector speed. The X axis has been upgraded with twin linear rails and a thicker steel reinforced belt. The OptiFlex system truly sets the standard for a high per- formance/large format laser cutting and engraving system. For information, visit www.kernlasers.com. MEDIA LIFTER Foster, Montgomeryville, Pennsylvania, introduces a powered version of its popular On-a-Roll Lifter Jumbo. Designated the Power Jumbo, the new lifter eliminates the manual effort required to lift the large substrate rolls used with EFI and VUTEk wide format and superwide printers, EFI Reggiani textile print- ers, and a wide variety of similar rollfed print- ers. With the Power Jumbo, printer operators and shop floor personnel can effortlessly maneuver rolls as heavy as 990 lbs (450 kg) and with roll diam- eters as great as 19.6 inches (50 cm). With the Power Jumbo, shop personnel no longer need to use overhead cranes or forklifts near delicate electronic printers and expensive substrate. For informa- tion, visit www.go-foster.com. See our ads on pages 15 and 43 LATEX PRINT-AND-CUT SOLUTION GSG, Austin, Texas, now offers the HP 335 64-inch Latex Print and Cut Solution. From banners, displays and exterior signage to floor graphics, stickers and decals, the HPL335PC lets you do more. A true dual device, its use of latex ink allows printing and cutting at the same time without solvent drying. Prints come out dry for immediate cutting or laminating. Plus, there's no need to laminate short-term jobs and the system allows you to tackle indoor appli- cations solvents can't. The unit can be used for substrates includ- ing canvas, film, papers, self-adhesive vinyl and synthetics such as fabrics, mesh textiles and other porous materials requiring a liner. The HP Latex 335 Printer has seven printing modes, which offer two- to 20-pass capabilities for various applications. And six printheads provide up to 1200-dpi by 1200-dpi print resolution. For information, visit www.GoGSG.com.

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