Sign & Digital Graphics

April '19

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S I G N & D I G I T A L G R A P H I C S • April 2019 • 73 CNC Router AXYZ CNC Routers, Burlington, Ontario, adds the Infinite Router to its lineup of CNC machines. With process areas up to 128˝ wide and more than 50´ long, the Infinite builds on the legacy of the AXYZ Series Router to combine both modern design and engineering excellence. Built in North America using the latest technology, the router has been redesigned from the ground up, making it the most configurable CNC router solution in the market. Key design features include a heavy-duty frame with a robust structure for high performance and high part-finish, new car- riage design with eas- ier access for service and a new dust extrac- tion system which reduces clogging and allows for longer tables. These features are supplemented with a wide range of optional production tools, including a 7- or 21-station auto- matic tool change system, twin or triple cutting heads, the lat- est AXYZ AVS Camera Registration System and a misting unit. For information, visit Anti-Graffiti Laminate Advanced Greig Laminators, Inc (AGL) Deforest, Wisconsin, intro- duces Cover-Rite Anti-Graffiti, a high-quality laminating film suited to enhance and protect digital prints/images with increased out- door durability and protection against unwanted markings. This film has excellent dimensional stability and enhanced image bright- ness while offering the ultimate protection. Cover-Rite Anti-Graffiti increases outdoor durability of the print and reduces fading and damage caused from outdoor exposure. With a hard coat finish, this polyester film is an excellent over-laminate that provides resistance to many types of undesirable stains, inks, paints and abrasions. Markings are easily removed with the use of solvents without dam- aging the film. Typical applications for this film include high traffic urban areas, out- door signage in bus terminals, train stations and sport venues. For informa- tion, visit PVC Signboards Vycom Plastics, Scranton, Pennsylvania, offers Celtec signboard, a premium PVC material that improves throughput in fin- ishing, enabling PSPs to consistently and confidently produce high-value display applications. Available in several colors, size formats and thicknesses, Celtec offers superior UV performance that is ideal for point-of-purchase displays, indoor and outdoor signage, decorated store fixtures, exhibits and more. The bright white point of Celtec Vivid White material delivers vibrant colors and high- lights cooler tones to produce images that come to life. Celtec Ultra White solid high- gloss PVC is designed for outdoor appli- cations where UV resistance and impact strength are critical. For information, visit Semi-Rigid Calendered Film ORAFOL Americas Inc., Black Creek, Georgia, is pleased to announce ORAJET 3258 Semi-Rigid Calendered film, designed specifically for short-term general signage, con- tour cut decals, and POP displays. Available in Matte and Gloss, Series 3258 is the perfect film for those moments when you don't want to use an over-laminate or application tape but need the stability and ease of installation that a 6-mil film provides. Available in rolls of up to 100´ in length and 30˝, 54˝ and 60˝ wide. For information, visit www. See our ad on page 71 Channel Letter Bender SDS Automation, Boulder, Colorado, manufacturer of the ChannelBender Series channel letter bending machines, introduces the ChannelBender XD. The XD (extra duty) is the first and only bender capable of automatically bending .080" aluminum, which is primarily used for very large channel letters. The ChannelBender XD processes aluminum returns from .032˝-.080˝ in thickness and flanges and broaches letters from 1.5˝-8.5˝ in depth. The power and precision of the ChannelBender XD makes fabricating traditional and reverse channel letters in aluminum coil up to .080˝ thickness quick and easy. For information, visit www.chan- See our ad on page 61

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