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November '18

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58 • November 2018 • S I G N & D I G I T A L G R A P H I C S N O V E M B E R 2 0 1 8 Product Review See our ad on page 32A Fleet Graphics Laminator Advanced Greig Laminators, Inc. (AGL) Deforest, Wisconsin, presents the AGL 64 FG (Fleet Graphics) laminator, a newly configured laminator for high-production fleet graphic facili- ties. The unit was specifically configured around the 3M 8518 and IJ180/680 material combinations. Some of the innovative features include AGL's legendary heated nip roll design, roll to roll laminating, in-line rotary edge trimming, on demand roll width slitting capabilities and high throughput speeds. Other features include two cantilevered unwind sup- ply shafts (optional air shafts available), release liner windup station, finished product rewind station, expandable core chucks for thin walled cores, and more. For information, visit www.aglinc.com. Pastel Colored Wrap Film Avery Dennison, Mentor, Ohio, introduces four soft pastel tones in the Supreme Wrapping Film portfolio. The new Tough Pastel series of colors includes Cloudy Blue, Smoky Blue, Sea-Breeze Blue and Light Pistachio. The new colors are suitable for all vehicle wrap applications, but they were inspired by the look of classic muscle cars. Softer, pastel colors were popular on iconic cars from the past, and now any vehicle can capture the same look. The Supreme Wrapping Film portfolio includes more than 100 colors and finishes. Best-in- class performance and easy installation are offered by Easy Apply RS air egress technology—Supreme Wrapping Film can be repositioned easily during application, for bubble-free results. For information, visit graphics.averydennison.com. RIP Solution With Powerful Print Engine Onyx Graphics, Inc., Salt Lake City, intro- duces ONYX 18.5, the first RIP software solution with the Adobe PDF Print Engine 5 (APPE 5). Building upon the award-winning ONYX 18 software, this new version release with APPE 5 includes the latest techno- logical advances such as support for PDF 2.0 features including black-point compensa- tion. The package includes new spot color tools for greater accuracy and vibrancy, enhanced iccMAX compatibil- ity, and new Quick Set application library management to get to sellable prints faster. This next version release will be avail- able for the full range of ONYX products including ONYX Thrive print workflow and ONYX RIP products. For more information, visit www.onyxgfx.com. Power Supplies France Lighting Solutions, Fairview, Tennessee, is pleased to announce their Atlas Power Series, featuring five reliable LED power supplies (12V: 60W and 120W; 24V: 60W, 100W, and 180W). The Atlas Power Series DRV-1260-A, a wet-listed 60W 12V Class 2 LED Power Supply, is available now. This driver features an LED Status Indicator light, which instantly illu- minates to alert its user of an overload or short. DRV-1260-A requires no de-rating, enables low energy costs due to high electrical efficiency, and is IP68 rated with wet-listed conduit fittings. DRV-1260-A provides cool operation is a small pack- age: 8.7˝ x 1.97˝ x 1.42˝ including baseplate and conduit fit- tings. For information, visit www.sfeg.com. Transfer Photo Paper Epson, Long Beach, California, announces a solution designed for creating dye-sublimation photo panels and other rigid substrates. New Epson DS Transfer Photo Paper, a high-quality, lightweight dye-sublimation transfer paper, combined with Epson SureColor F-Series dye-sublimation printers, inks and Wasatch RIP support, creates a complete solution designed to produce rigid photos with advanced print quality and vibrant images with minimal grain, consistency and reliability. The new DS Transfer Photo Paper delivers excellent color gamut and black density, with reduced grain and mottling for smoother flesh tones and cleaner, lighter colors. In addition, it offers superb handling with almost no curl and warping under the heat of a flat press. For information, visit www.epson.com.

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