Sign & Digital Graphics

January '19

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DIGITAL PRINTING AND FINISHING DIGITAL GRAPHICS Paar explains. "Additionally, improved workflows reduce the dependence on highly skilled, highly paid operators to manage operating the technology." Variety of Applications Mark Rugen, director of product mar- keting and education for Mutoh America, Phoenix, Arizona, says that the reason for the growing market is that there are many more application options. "Once the domain of vehicle wraps, now print and cut is used in the home décor, win- dow and wall graphics and specialty items market as well. Many users are finding more media in addition to vinyl that can be used as well, such as adhesive backed wall textiles etc. Cutter manufacturers are also creating innovative ways to get a print and cut job done. Since most users find that a print first, cut latter workflow to be the most practical, cutter drivers are evolving to allow the contour cut registration marks to be found rapidly and accurately making the registration and cutting process simple." Mimaki's UCJV300 Series cut-and-print units are said to provide more than a simple print and cut experi- ence, which goes beyond extraordinary to deliver a wide range of applications and versatility. (Image courtesy of Mimaki USA) Decals created on Mimaki's UCJV300 Series printers. (Images courtesy of Mimaki USA) 34 • January 2019 • S I G N & D I G I T A L G R A P H I C S

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