Sign & Digital Graphics

January '19

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S I G N & D I G I T A L G R A P H I C S • January 2019 • 75 CorelDRAW Graphics Suite Corel Corporation, Ottawa, Ontario, Canada, introduces CorelDRAW Graphics Suite 2018. Empower your organization's creativity with CorelDRAW Graphics Suite, a design leader enjoyed by a cross-section of industries and businesses worldwide. It offers a comprehensive solution for graphics, layout, illustration, tracing, photo editing, web images, and print projects in a seamless design experience. In the 2018 version, the company responded to the needs of industry professionals by delivering innovative features, including the new Symmetry drawing mode, bitmap perspectives, and the new Block Shadow tool, that allows users to add a solid vec- tor shadow to objects. For information, visit www.coreldraw.com/sdgmag/ Signage Scheduler Vista System, Sarasota, Florida, introduces the Vspec signage scheduler for architects. The Vspec system gives you everything necessary for the customer to approve a signage plan and send a work order over to the sign manu- facturer, including blueprint analysis, signage specification, sign location plan, product page for each sign type and quantity table. Vista's signage professionals will design for you the type, size and location of the signs for the entire project. You can choose to receive the schedule either by post or by email. For information, visit www.vistasystem. com/vspec-for-architects. Split Flap Display Oat Foundry, Bensalem, Pennsylvania, introduces the Split Flap Display—a retro-designed, nostalgia-inspired message board for retailers, restaurants, hotels, and more, that can be controlled and automated through a unique web-based application. Each Oat Foundry Split Flap Display is hand- built in Philadelphia, and contains an array of individual modules with 50 unique character flaps. Its internal driving motor revolves each flap in a series of rotating animations that significantly advance on the original Split Flap Displays of the early 20th century. For message control, the display's intuitive web-based application makes configuration simple. The display is connected to an interface that allows busi- nesses to send one-time messages, or schedule recurring messages to occur automatically. For information, visit www.oatfoundry.com. Flagship Laser Engraver GCC, Walnut, California, introduces its flagship model, the LaserPro S400. The S400 inherits all the advantages from LaserPro patented technolo- gies, but also features high speed 140 ips DC servo motor for precise and rapid movement of the laser carriage, which can help users save time and costs while increasing productivity. GCC dust protection technology and SmartLID make maintenance a lot easier. With a 40˝ x 24˝ extra-large working area, the S400 offers high engraving quality while operating at maximum speed to present the highest throughput and precise quality. For information, visit www.GCCWorld.com. Floor Graphic Material for Concrete Mactac, Stow, Ohio, offers IMAGin StreetRAP and PERMACOLOR FloorGRIP PF6600 to create successful floor graphics for inte- rior/exterior concrete and asphalt surfaces. Featuring excep- tional high traction on both dry and wet floors, this film/lami- nate duo is the only way to go. Certified by ANSI/NFSI, PF6600 offers the perfect finish and durability to high-quality StreetRAP graphics. Additionally, it's the only overlaminate on the market to meet the latest U.S. building code slip-resistance specifica- tions for dry and wet environments—it's a must for graphics that may get wet. For information, visit www.mactac.com/graphics. SDG

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