Sign & Digital Graphics

November '17

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And we've come to the end of another packed edition of Sign & Digital Graphics. So let's review: M A T T D I X O N , S D G M A N A G I N G E D I T O R BACK PAGE C O M I N G I N D E C E M B E R What we've learned… Paint isn't the backbone of sign creation like it used to be, but there's always a demand for hand-crafted work that will keep air brushers and wall dogs busy. Page 65 When you're creating your sign, are you keeping in mind how hard it will be to install? Rick Williams shows us a way to make a large sign that one person can install. Page 58 The limits of what adhesive film can stick to are slowly fading away. Today's highly aggressive, easily conform- able films are making rough surfaces a popular place for wraps. Page 50 What's tens of thousands of dollars among friends? When you're looking at high-end printers, it's important to know exactly what features you're paying for and whether they are worth the expense. Page 33 If a customer calls and you can't give them an accurate time for completion of their order, that's a workflow problem. Page 44 CNC Router Accessories Your CNC router can do a lot more than carve HDU. Today's routers feature a number of additional augments that can help you keep your machine running full time on any number of applications. Wide-Format Printer Update Sign & Digital Graphics' annual report includes all of the major printers for our industry, complete with all the information you need to get started looking for your next machine. 80 • November 2017 • S I G N & D I G I T A L G R A P H I C S

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