Sign & Digital Graphics

April '19

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74 • April 2019 • S I G N & D I G I T A L G R A P H I C S Product Review Wide-Format Printers Paradigm Imaging, Costa Mesa, California, offers the new PIXis line of wide-format printers, reaching a new pinnacle with the PIXis Eco-Solvent and UV printer series. The eco-solvent printers combine the latest printhead technology from Epson with innovative design elements and super solid construction. Producing stun- ningly vivid images at a very low production cost ($75/liter ink), the PIXis ES will surpass your highest ROI expectations. The PIXis series of UV flatbed printers deliver the most advanced printing technology with stronger, faster and more powerful LED curing system. The long lasting, energy efficient UV LED lamp gener- ates low levels of heat for printing directly on a wide range of surfaces and three- dimensional objects. For information, visit Flexible LED Display LG Electronics, Englewood Cliffs, New Jersey, introduces the LAPE LED Display series, the latest achievement in LG Electronics' (LG) quest to offer the perfect fit for any business in need of an informational display. It combines flexibility and user control with a sleek look and impressive picture. The LAPE series is a stylish upgrade for any user, from broadcast studios, air- ports and control rooms to corporate headquarters and flagship stores. The LAPE LED Display offers a wide range of design pos- sibilities through innovations in curve, depth, weight and power supply. The modules can create a concave or convex curve with up to a 1000mm radius, allowing screens to wrap around archi- tecture or be styled into interesting shapes. A slim depth allows for both flexibility of placement and a sleek look; the full install depth is only 40mm. The reduced weight of 19.8kg per square meter allows for more a varied installation, as does the off-board power system. The installation can be as far as 60m away from the power supply units, decreasing the heat produced by the display. This increases reliability and reduces ventilation require- ments. For information, visit Auto and Fleet Transit Vinyls Nekoosa, Nekoosa, Wisconsin, expands its Mojave Digital Media auto and fleet transit portfolio to include Trans-Ad with a #90 air egress liner, available in 54˝ x 50 yd, 60˝ x 50 yd, and 62˝ x 50 yd rolls. Durable Trans-Ad vinyls are designed for temporary fleet graphics applications on smooth, flat surfaces such as bus signs, automobiles, rail platform posters and transportation signs. With a bright white point and excellent opacity, Trans-Ad covers previ- ous graphics with ease – up to three layers can be applied! 62˝ x 15´ sample rolls are available free of charge and can be requested at samples@nekoosa. com. The new transit film can be purchased from a franchised Mojave distributor throughout the United States and Canada. For information, visit UV Multi-Pass Printer Durst, Rochester, New York, introduces the Rho 1312, the ideal solution with highest efficiency for customized production. With custom configurable automation (3/4, palette to palette) even complex orders can be processed profitably with short response times. The Rho 1312 produces smooth tones, crisp text all the while delivering high production output reliability. The Rho 1312 offers advancements with a higher vacuum and improved media registration, which provides higher reliability during printing and a better performance with difficult media, for example corrugated. Production speeds up to 330 boards per hour in six color. Available for roll-to-roll applications with speeds up to 10,000 sq. ft./hour. Various levels of automation, including 3/4 to full automation. For information, visit CNC Router Omni CNC Technology, Jinan Shandong, China, introduces a versatile machine that helps in improving the accuracy, flexibility and productivity of industrial sign making. This machine is constructed with an ability to perform the tasks very easily. This entry level CNC router cuts and carves a variety of materials including plastics, aluminum, wood, composites, steel, etc., with ease. For information, visit

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