Sign & Digital Graphics

July '16

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S I G N & D I G I T A L G R A P H I C S • July 2016 • 87 SUPER-WIDE DYE SUB PRINTER Mimaki USA, Suwanee, Georgia, announces the availability of the TS500P-3200 super-wide dye sublimation printer in North America. This 129" wide dedicated transfer printer enables production runs for producing extra-wide textile applications such as home furnishing, hospitality fabrics, large indoor fabric signage and soft sig- nage of all kinds. Key features include high-speed printing at speeds of up to 1,937 square feet per hour, a new-high gap printhead that ensures accurate ink droplet placement and reduced cock- ling, an auto media feeder that applies calibrated tension to the media, as well as Mimaki's Waveform control for precise placement of the ink droplets, variable dot printing capabilities, Mimaki's Advanced Pass System 4 (MAPS4), NCU (Nozzle Check Unit) and NRS (Nozzle Recovery System) enabling continuous or unattended printing, a standard bulk ink system a more. For more information, visit See our ad on page 17 DEDICATED ROLL-TO-ROLL LED-UV PRINTER EFI, Fremont, California, releases the EFI Quantum LXr LED printer, a dedicated roll-to-roll LED-UV printer offering a superb price/speed/quality ratio for exceptional versatility, the widest range of substrates, and the lowest total cost of ownership in its class. This economical alternative to latex printers has seven- picoliter imaging, and print resolutions of up to 1,200 dpi in four colors with optional white for high-quality printing. Unique productivity options for the printer, including ink and media efficiencies and advanced roll handling technologies, increase productivity, minimize waste, reduce labor and allow for excep- tional ease of use. For more information, visit ADA SOFTWARE Gravograph, Duluth, Georgia, introduces Gravostyle 8 soft- ware, full of features to help improve your business. Bring ADA signage capabilities in- house, reduce tool errors with the Computip function, recy- cle scrap material to reduce wasted material, create 3D engrav- ings and much more. For information, visit ADA STOCK SIGNS JDS Industries, Sioux Falls, is making ADA compliance simple with a line of stock ADA Signs. These plastic signs include the most popularly requested ADA Compliant Signs and come ready to be mounted in a frame or directly on a wall or door. Each sign includes the Braille translations and universal symbols in addition to the English text, all of which are raised above the surface. There are nine signs available in 2 colors (blue/white and black/white). JDS also offers frames for the 6" x 9" size signs. All ADA signs and frames are currently stocked and ready for shipment from all 14 of the JDS warehouses. For information, visit 2,000 LB. MATERIAL HANDLING OPTION Elliott Equipment Company, Omaha, Nebraska, releases a new 2,000 lb. material handling option for the company's M43 HiReach aerial work platform. The new feature allows users to lift loads using the lower controls with the platform attached or removed. The M43 features the highest material handling capacity in its class and is a compact two-in-one (aerial work platform and crane) work solution. Other features include a 48' working height, 36' side reach, rotating 30" x 54" two worker platform. For more information, visit See our ad on page 57

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