Sign & Digital Graphics

September '18

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S I G N & D I G I T A L G R A P H I C S • September 2018 • 89 Brand New StellarMark IFII 20JFL GCC, Walnut, California, introduces the StellarMark IFII 20JFL. With a practical 20W fiber laser, this entry-level model with power- ful functions enables various texts, barcodes and patterns marking on different metals and parts of plastic materials. Optional accessories fully compatible with StellarMark IFII series, stable and precise laser output allows for unin- terrupted production. It can be used in various applications that include marking for automotive parts, electrical compo- nents, tools, product plates, etc. For information, visit www. Mid-Level Flatbed Cutter MCT Digital, Milwaukee, Wisconsin, announces the release of its new mid-level flatbed cutter, the VersaTech2 Entry Level System. This system is available in 1.6m x 1.6m, 3.2m and 4.8m cutting areas. It also includes all the speed and accuracy of a VersaTech2, running at a speed of up to 78" per second and 1.25g acceleration. The system features a 1.0 kW 60,000 rpm air-cooled starter router. By eliminating the need for a chiller and a festoon to handle the liquid cooling needs of the larger routers, MCT reduced its costs, allowing it to present an upgradable solution that will not require replace- ment or retraining within a year or less. Introductory pricing starts at under $110,000. For more information, visit www. Sublimation Mug Boxes Condé Systems, Mobile, Alabama, adds SubliStock Sublimation Mug Boxes to its DyeTrans family of sub- limatable products. Each SubliStock imprint- able mug box with clear plastic window can be completely subli- mated to create effec- tive point-of-purchase packaging that success- fully showcases, markets, and sells the sublimated mug that's inside. Digital decorators can now provide coordinating gift packaging for birthday, wedding, and holiday themed mugs and/or retail packaging imprinted with a company logo and reorder information. Easily produced for small to high-volume orders, SubliStock mug boxes' simple one-piece fold-and-tuck construction allows each 15.875˝x11˝ flattened box to be imaged with full color, photographic qual- ity images using one 13˝x19˝ printed transfer or two 8.5˝x14˝ printed transfers. For information, visit See our ad on page 11 Backlit Sign Film 3M, Minneapolis, Minnesota, launches its lat- est solution for backlit signs: an extra-wide, 5-meter (197-inch) version of 3M Envision Flexible Substrate FS-1. This expanded addi- tion allows shops to create larger, brighter sign faces, while reducing the need for seams. The Envision FS-1 line of flexible substrates—which now comes in roll widths ranging from 59 inches to 197 inches—is engineered to be more light transmissive and energy efficient, because it requires fewer LEDs to achieve the desired luminosity. The 3M Panagraphics III Wide Width Flexible Substrate—typically recommended for fluorescent light sources—is also available in 59-inch to 197-inch wide rolls. For information, visit See our ad on page 43

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