Sign & Digital Graphics

June '18

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S I G N & D I G I T A L G R A P H I C S • June 2018 • 15 Moti Digital Creates Huge, Illuminated Skeleton with MASSIVit 3D Printer Mexico-based print service provider Moti Digital 3D printed a towering, head- turning human skeleton recently for the Mexican Festival of Light celebrations in Guadalajara. The company used a 3D printer made by Israel-based MASSIVit Printing Technologies. The company's 1800 3D printer is able to put out human-size and even oversized objects, such as this nearly-12-foot-tall, 27 ½-foot skeleton, which took just four days to make. The painted skeleton was positioned inside Guadalahara's Plaza Tapatía foun- tain pool and illuminated at night, where thousands of festival-goers were able to sit in its arms. The experience generated huge amounts of conversation and photos that featured prominently across social media platforms, according to the company. NanoLumens Introduces New Multi-Level Channel Partner Program Atlanta-based NanoLumens, makers of custom-built indoor and outdoor LED displays for a variety of mar- kets, announces the introduction of a new multi-level, systems integrator channel partner program that offers level-specific benefits and sales incentives. The company says the benefits and incentives of the program for its systems integrators include bet- ter pricing, volume rebates, payment terms and discounted shipping, based on the integrator's level of participation. NanoLumens' director of distribution and partner channel for the Americas, Tony Barton, says his com- pany seeks to build on the success of its current channel partners and add new ones. Barton says that by consistently demonstrating loyalty in each of its channel partnerships, the company sends the message that it views those partnerships as long-term commitments. SDG The new Mimaki UCJV Series offers in-line cutting capabilities and features layered print technology. Prints are instantly-cured at even the highest production speeds, allowing you to quickly print and immediately move to the finished application. The UV inks provide greater opacity with less ink consumption than other ink formulations. UCJV S E R I E S

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