Sign & Digital Graphics

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 • 73 ALL-IN-ONE CUTTING SOLUTION MCT Digital, Milwaukee, announces major productivity enhance- ments on the 1st Anniversary of its "all in one" VersaTech2 solution. With these enhancements, the VersaTech2 can significantly reduce finishing bottlenecks through speed enhancements that add to the performance of our unique solutions disrupting the industry standards—the only 3-in-1 solution with full automation (Laser, Router, Blade) and with blazing cut speeds without the loss of qual- ity, advanced vision software, and automation solutions from roll and board feeding to software suites. A horizontally mounted laser allows for a 30 percent increase in speed for fabric cutting and sealing. The change-over between laser cutting and routing is still under 10 minutes, and can be handled by a single employee with- out the need for supplementary hoists. For information, visit www. 80/20 WINDOW PERF Continental Grafix, Statesville, North Carolina, introduces pan- oRama Film 80/20, an innovative non-adhesive, one-way vision product for P.O.P. displays, trade show displays, room dividers, cre- ative displays in museums, etc. The graphics can be applied directly onto the inside of windows using our panoRama Tape, our optically clear 2-sided tape, or used in hang- ing systems. For information, visit WINDOW DECALS S2K Graphics, Chatsworth, California, introduces its newest exclu- sive product offering, R-N-B (repositionable, no bubbles)— a special window decal formulation created by S2K Graphics founder and president, Dan Pulos. The new window graphic material, which is patent pending, became available in August, and multiple orders for the product have already been received. R-N-B was formulated to combat typical window graphic installation challenges. Whereas traditional window graphics often require two people to properly install them, R-N-B was developed so that retailers need not rely on professional or experienced installation teams to properly apply oversized promotional graphics. A typical 4-foot-high R-N-B decal can be applied by one person without the use of a squeegee and produce a professional result with no air bubbles and no creases. For information, visit SUBLIMATABLE FLAGS Condé Systems, Mobile, Alabama, has added 12"x18" garden flags to its selection of sublimatable garden flags, car flags, and decorative flags. The new extra large garden flags, available in a choice of single ply fabric (for one- sided flag designs) or double ply fabric (for two-sided flag designs), are a unique way to add a family name, monogram, holiday greeting or patriotic message to any lawn, garden or entryway. The 100 percent polyester fabric garden flags are constructed to hang vertically from a standard garden flag stand (sold sep- arately) and can be easily personalized with vibrant, full-color photographs and artwork using standard dye-sub equipment. For information, visit THUMBNAIL BROWSER RIP Wasatch, Salt Lake City, introduces SoftRIP Version 7.5 with Thumbnail Browser that provides a visual alternative to searching RIP and Print Queues, a selection to import CIE Lab colors from CxF software such as PANTONE Color Manager, the abil- ity to add up to eight print queues, enhancements to the automation option, and more exciting features that improve color workflow. It is now easier than ever to search RIP and print queues thanks to the new Wasatch Thumbnail Browser. The visual search will display all RIP or print entries by thumbnail so you can instantly find the desired print job or layout. This new smart tool pro- vides users a visual alternative to searching for a particular job while maintaining the essential options found in the standard Wasatch Queues. Selection of a print job in the Thumbnail Browser will bring up a variety of options including RIP, print, add to layout, properties, and more. For information, visit www. SDG

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