Sign & Digital Graphics

August '16

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S I G N & D I G I T A L G R A P H I C S • August 2016 • 87 BACKLIT LIGHTBOXES Radius Display Products, Dallas, Introduces the LUMA line of lightboxes. You love the look of backlit, stunning Silicone Edge Graphic (SEG) displays, but hate the complicated setup, the tools, the bulky size and don't even mention the cost of those other large scale units. Radius Display Products now makes all that headache a thing of the past with the new Luma Counter and Luma Tower. The Luma Counter is an ideal alternative to a traditional exhibit display counter using a bright, easy to assemble counter with the same stunning SEG graphics you've come to expect from Radius Display Products. The backlit graphics are illuminated on all four sides, and the entire unit easily breaks down into its included, wheeled bag with no tools required. The same easy to set-up construction is also avail- able in a taller tower format as the Luma Tower, which also uses stunning SEG graphics on five sides (note: Only the Front & Back illuminate). Multiple towers can be placed side-by-side to create entire back walls at a fraction of the what those bulky single units cost. Replacement graphics are also available so you can change them out at any time. For information, visit www.radiusdp.com. GSG NOW OFFERS SPIKE GSG, Austin, Texas, offers Spike, the mobile measurement solution that takes measurements of buildings or vehicles using your tablet or smartphone. The Spike device, Spike mobile app, Spike Cloud and your smartphone or tab- let work together to allow you to measure existing signs for replacement or mainte- nance or measure areas for a new placement. Spike can be used for all kinds of advertising and signage, from channel letters to monu- ment signs and pylon signs. Measurements are recorded with the photo and can be exported as a PDF or high-res JPGs for easy sharing with customers or designers. The photo record can also be used to create design proofs, add photo verification to estimates and complete permit applica- tions. Photos can be accessed at any time for remeasuring, eliminating the need to return to the location for additional measurements. For more information, visit www.gogsg.com. COHESIVE PAPER FOR DOUBLE-THICK APPLICATIONS GPA, Chicago, announces the addition of Ultra Digital Cohesive Cover Paper to their collection of substrates for HP Indigo presses. This new paper makes it easier than ever to cre- ate double-thick applications with- out special equipment, boasting 20% added thickness over similar products in the marketplace. Ultra Digital Cohesive Cover Paper makes it simple to create luxuriously thick 34 pt. applications. It is the popular choice for adding value to hang tags, postcards, business cards, holiday cards, wedding invita- tions, birth announcements, and more. Its compatibility with a variety of finishing processes ensures maximum post-press ver- satility; this paper can be die cut, glued, laminated, UV coated, and foil stamped for truly customized applications. For informa- tion, visit www.askgpa.com. DIGITAL SIGNAGE DISPLAYS Primeview, New York, introduces its new line-up of Projectice Capacitive Touch displays. The unique physical characteristics of PCT simplifies the user experience, providing users with the same levels of touch sensitivity experiences with the latest con- sumer devices (iPad and iPhone) but on a much larger scale without being affected by environment. The robust construction of the PCT technol- ogy makes the new line-up from Primeview almost completely impervious against damages experienced on IR or optical touch technology. For information, visit www.primeview.biz. USED KNIFE BLADE HOLDER WBC Graphics, Apopka, Florida, introduces Blade Cage, a scrap utility blades container for used util- ity blades, to prevent damage and injuries. Made from plastic, stainless steel, aluminum, wood, or other suitable material, this product is a rectan- gular storage container for used blades. The con- tainer can include a transparent sliding lid on the top that locks into place with a screw-down pin. The container can further include a magnetic bot- tom, a slot on the side, and a belt clip or magnet for hands-free storage and transportation. Wrap installers can insert a blade into the slot and snap it off by tilting the knife. The blade secures to the magnetic back until the transparent sliding door is unlocked and removed to dispose of the blades. Users can easily view inside the container via the transparent door to monitor the number of blades inside the container. For information, visit www.wbcgraphics.com.

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