Sign & Digital Graphics

September '19

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74 • September 2019 • S I G N & D I G I T A L G R A P H I C S S E P T E M B E R 2 0 1 9 Product Review Computer to Screen System EXILE Technologies, Houston, introduces the Spyder III Direct-to-Screen System. The all new Spyder III DTS is a natural evo- lution of EXILE's already proven SPYDER II DTS system, which, over the last few years, has revolutionized screen stencil making by creating the 'Digital Screen-room' con- cept of Direct-Computer to Screen imag- ing and automated image placement and digital registration. The Spyder III uses a completely new Xerox industrial inkjet print-head design and a new water-dispersible black 'phase change' ink which offers a high optical density for excellent UV blocking. The ink is solid at room temperature and is therefore mess-free, but it is also completely water-soluble for quick and easy washout with no residual waste solids. For information, visit Flexi Signmaking Software Sai, Salt Lake City, Utah, introduces Flexi 19, a more powerful and feature-rich update of its flagship signmaking software, engineered to meet the demanding design to pro- duction challenges of sign & display and large format print providers. Central to the super-charged Flexi 19 is a faster and more high-performance 64-bit RIP engine. Thanks to an increase in speed of more than 30%, the new solu- tion delivers significantly more thrust to greatly improve the production capabilities for sign & display and large format print businesses. For information, visit Framing System Banner Ups/E.L Hatton Sales, Wellington, Ohio, offers SEGDesign, a modular non-aluminum SEG (textile) frame system combining plastic corners, T-connectors, and side rails to make unlimited sizes and shapes – snap together, no special tools, no mitered corners, and no aluminum. Custom sizes can be cut instantly in-house with any common saw. System is stocked in silver color but also accepts spray paint, so creating image-popping color frames is fast, easy, and inexpensive. 30% lighter than aluminum, easier to ship (no oversize surcharge), and lower total cost. 100% USA made. Simple, easy, beautiful! Intro Starter Kit costs $109. Resale value of frames with your prints, more than $400. For information, visit segdesign. Adhesive Polyester Fabric Photo Tex, Boardman, Ohio, is a peel & stick, multi-US patented, adhesive material made of 100% polyester fabric. Photo Tex has several versions to meet all your inkjet and install surface needs. Its dependable adhesive can be removed and reused multiple times without any alteration or damaged to the surface. Photo Tex textile does not shrink, curl, rip or wrinkle in any climate. Photo Tex can be installed for a day or a decade and is easy to remove at your discre- tion. For information, visit Composite Textile Bantex, Emigsville, Pennsylvania, offers Bantex Digital Media, a flexible com- posite textile specifically engi- neered and manufactured for digital inkjet printing of vinyl banners and signs. The Bantex product line encompasses two-sided and curl-free offer- ings as well as a black-back version. Bantex is ideal for retractable banners and point-of-sale displays where color and image clarity and curl-free performance are essential. For outdoor applications, Bantex offers a robust 18-ounce two-sided material that is durable for extended use in extreme conditions. Best of all, Bantex is manu- factured in the U.S. which means easy access to customer service and technical support. Available from leading distributors nation- wide. For information, visit Exhibit Structures Orbus Exhibit & Display, Woodridge, Illinois, offers Formulate 12.5ft Arch 06, which couples aluminum tube frames with stretch pillowcase fabric graphics to create a dynamic, dimensional exhibit structure. The arch spans nearly 24´ wide, is nearly 12´ tall and almost 13´ deep and is one of a variety of architec- tural display options made in the USA. For information, visit www. See our ad on page 76

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