Sign & Digital Graphics

February '18

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S I G N & D I G I T A L G R A P H I C S • February 2018 • 73 BACKLIT COLLAPSIBLE DISPLAYS Orbus, Woodridge, Illinois, announces it is adding to the popular line of exclusive Embrace displays, which are backlit displays that feature easy to install LED lights. Featured in four different sizes from tabletop to 12´ wide, the new Backlit Embrace displays are ideal options for attracting attention. The Embrance is one of 63 new and enhanced por- table and modular displays added to its extensive offering of trade show, exhibit and display products in its new 2018 catalog, The Exhibitors' Handbook. Included in the selec- tion of new display products are new backlit Embrace Collapsible Displays, Outdoor Tents, Modulate Magnetic Banners and kits, banner stands and more. All new products can be viewed on the New Product Page of Orbus' online catalog: www.theexhibitor- shandbook.com. WIDE-FORMAT SCANNERS Paradigm Imaging Group, Costa Mesa, California, announces that it has added the new ROWE Scan 850i scanner model to its scanner product line. Paradigm Imaging Group will offer the new ROWE Scan 850i scanner in two width sizes: 55˝ and 60˝ wide and come equipped with lightning scan speeds up to 15˝ per second—in color. The new ROWE Scan 850i can even scan thick originals up to 30 mm (1.18˝). The electrically powered height adjustment operates fully automatically at the push of a button. With an optical resolution of 2,400 x 1,200 dpi and the unique pat- ented technology of ROWE Scan Matrix Plus, the ROWE Scan 850i promises a scan quality unmatched in the market. For information, visit www.paradigmimaging.com. CNC ROUTER CAMaster, Cartersville, Georgia, introduces its new SignPro router. The SignPro router is designed with flexibility and per- formance in mind, giving its users the ability to cut wood, composites, plastics, non-ferrous metals, ACM, vinyl, magnet, gasket, fabrics, coroplast and much more. Proudly made in the USA, the SignPro is built from a heavy, all-steel welded frame, a steel gantry and steel gantry supports that ensure maximum rigidity and durability. It is backed by an industry-best two-year warranty and CAMaster's reputation for outstanding quality and cus- tomer support. Sold directly from CAMaster at almost half the cost of similar config- ured competi- tor models. For information, visit www.CAMaster.com. CUTTER SOFTWARE SUITE Zünd, Franklin, Wisconsin, releases Version 3.0 of its comprehensive Zünd Cut Center—ZCC software suite. It offers additional and enhanced registration meth- ods for even greater produc- tivity as well as an added, browser-based Dashboard for remote access to all performance and production data. Zünd has expanded its already comprehensive software suite with new functionalities and another boost in performance and user- friendly operation. The new release includes a variety of intelli- gent workflow options. Additional registration methods generate significant increases in overall productivity. ZCC Version 3.0 now includes refined algorithms for capturing only those register marks essential for accurately determining position, skew and distortion. Consequently, the ICC camera targets only critical marks for capture while ignoring the rest. This leads to enormous time savings and translates into significant increases in produc- tivity. For information, visit www.zund.com. GRAND-FORMAT SOFT KNIT FABRIC Fisher Textiles, Indian Trail, North Carolina, introduces its newest fabric for soft signage silicone edge graphics and roll-up banner stand applications, GF 4019 Nirvana B.O.B., compatible with transfer dye Sublimation and UV Curable printing. The standout feature of this soft knit fabric is the coated black back, which provides a built-in liner for fin- ished applications, and promotes cost savings in material and labor. Nirvana is ideal for retail advertising and trade show exhibit environments. It has a bright white face with a white point that matches Fisher's current soft knit and heavy knit materials. It also exhibits adequate stretch for a proper fit in framing systems. It is stocked at 126 inches wide, weighs 7.7 oz/yd2 and is flame retardant, meeting NFPA 701 and German DIN 4102-1 (B1) fire stan- dards. For information, visit www.fishertextiles.com. See our ad on page 63 SDG See our ad on page 75

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