Sign & Digital Graphics

June '19

Issue link:

Contents of this Issue


Page 80 of 87

S I G N & D I G I T A L G R A P H I C S • June 2019 • 75 High-Productivity Inkjet Press Canon U.S.A., Melville, New York, announces enhancements to the Océ ProStream Series. These fast, high-productivity continuous feed inkjet presses combine the vibrant colors of offset with the versatility of digital printing and can now handle a broader range of media than before, including postcards and magazine covers. Enhancements include the release of a new optional In-line Quality Control System enabled by a high-speed camera. This new option provides print quality feedback based on dedicated detection pat- terns and automatically initiates compensation measures, minimizing waste and operator intervention. In addition, Canon has enhanced the Océ ProStream with an even broader range of media, supporting paper weights up to 300gsm/300µm (~12pt), thanks to an enhanced paper transport and drying station. This feature enables custom- ers to produce applications, such as postcards or cover materials for catalogs or magazines, on a much wider scale. The intuitive, touch-operated press allows for fast, high- quality printing easily from a user's fingertips. For informa- tion, visit Small DTG-Capable Dryer Vastex International, Bethlehem, Pennsylvania, intro- duces the world's smallest conveyor dryer matched to the output of Anajet, Brother, Epson, Polyprint and other DuPont- based DTG printing systems, depending on model size and image saturation. It was announced by Mark Vasilantone, president. Dubbed "LittleRed X1D," the compact dryer measures 18 x 48 in. (46 x 122 cm)—the dimensions of its conveyor belt—and is the first dryer with a heater that spans the entire belt width. The dryer can cure as many as 27 garments per hour DTG- printed with digital white ink, as well as screen-printed garments at rates to 81 per hour for water-based ink or dis- charge, and 162 per hour for plastisols. Curing of DTG-printed garments in an infrared conveyor dryer is said to eliminate the flattened, ironed-on appearance and halo associated with heat pressing of printed images, while eliminating the need for an operator to release the press after each cycle. For information, visit Wide-Format Textiles LexJet, Sarasota, Florida, announces that it will offer eight Fisher Textiles dye- sublimation fabrics, sized for wide-format printers. Previously available for grand- format printers, this is the first time these world-renowned, award- winning fabrics have been converted and distributed for wide-format applications. LexJet will carry a variety of Fisher Textile products in 61-inch-by-100-foot rolls for a multitude of applications, including trade shows, SEG frames, retail signage, back drops, home décor and furnishings, soft signage, backlit graphics, banner stands, table covers and more. For information, visit All-in-One Kiosks Peerless-AV, Aurora, Illinois, intro- duces the second generation of its All-in-One Kiosk powered by BrightSign (KIPICT2555), the global market leader in digital signage media players. Featuring a sleek and stylish design with lean frames and a smaller footprint, the new and improved All-in-One Kiosk seamlessly creates a complete digital signage solution for any indoor application setting. The All-in-One Kiosk, powered by a BrightSign XT1144 Expanded I/O Player, is perfect for a variety of settings, including hospitality, retail, corporate, transportation, enter- tainment, education, and more. The updated kiosk delivers flawless Full HD 1080p60 single video decoding, HTML support, networked content playback, as well as an abundant set of features, including interactivity via the GPIO port, remote snap- shot, live text, media feeds, and multi-zone. For information, visit www. Translucent Cast Vinyl FDC Graphic Films, South Bend, Indiana, announces the launch of Lumina 2520, a translucent cast vinyl. Lumina 2520 is a premium cast vinyl film that is ideal for backlit applications. This new series takes FDC's Lumina translucent vinyl films to the next level of performance featuring a synthetic liner as opposed to a standard paper liner. The new synthetic liner will make it easier to process the film during cutting and weeding, plus installers will not have to worry about the liner ripping when installing with a wet application method. The 2-mil film is available in 26 colors across the spectrum with new colors on the way. With a seven-year outdoor durability, users can rest assured knowing that their graphics will stand the test of time. For information, visit SDG

Articles in this issue

Links on this page

view archives of Sign & Digital Graphics - June '19