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September '19

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S I G N & D I G I T A L G R A P H I C S • September 2019 • 75 Dye-Sublimation Printer for Textiles Mimaki, Suwanee, Georgia, introduces the TS55-1800 with new levels of quality and productivity for the textile and apparel mar- ket. New optional units, a mini jumbo roll, extended heater and 10 kg ink supply, enable unattended continuous printing and lower running costs. Configured with four colors, this model utilizes Sb610 inks at a maximum output of 1,453 sq. ft./Hr. These inks hold the coveted ECO PASSPORT by OEKO-TEX® certification, meeting specific requirements with regard to sustainability, safety and compliance. For information, visit mimakiusa.com/TS55. Backlit Material Verseidag seemee US, Budd Lake, New Jersey, offers 3P Premium Backlit FR (B4400) to the digital print advertising market. This green, environmen- tally friendly German- made textile offers a high-end yarn and weave count, which allows for this fabric to be stretched into LED backlit frames without forming pin holes for light to pass through. This, coupled with a state of the art ink receptive treatment, offers rich and vibrant colors making this fabric an ideal advertising solution for backlit advertising for retail/ POP, exhibition, display and theatrical applications. For information, visit www.verseidagus.com. Digital Cutter Gerber Technology, Tolland, Connecticut, introduces the MCT Cutter, which boasts its versatility with 12 modular tools avail- able and customizable to any application with full conveying and automation for all materials. The MCT Cutter can be equipped with a 100w laser to finish digitally printed textiles with a clean, sealed edge as well as routing or knife/creasing tools for rigid materials. Its industrial base is expandable to widths up to 3.2M wide with con- veyor lengths available up to 4.8M and static lengths up to 9.6M. The MCT Cutter is part of a full print-to-cut ecosystem featuring TigerVision software for print registration capture and cutting opti- mization. For information, visit www.gerbertechnology.com. Cutting Camera System Zund, Franklin, Wisconsin, offers the Over Cutter Camera. Particularly benefi- cial for digital cut-to-print registration in textile applications, Zünd's unique, fully automated OCC captures all reg- ister marks at once with a single shot. Eliminating the need to locate each mark with a beam-mounted camera significantly increases processing and overall production speed. With registration and compensa- tion for alignment, distortion, and skew happening in mere sec- onds, Zünd cutting systems—equipped with blade or laser-based tooling—making finishing digitally printed textiles easy, precise, and productive. For information, visit http://bit.ly/2Xma1OC. SDG Direct-to-Garment Printer Equipment Zone, Franklin Lakes, New Jersey, offers the Epson SureColor F2100. Designed exclusively for direct-to-garment printing, the Epson F2100 offers an entirely purpose-built sys- tem for increased reliability, greater productivity, and enhanced print quality at production speeds and the lowest maintenance cost of any DTG printer. Free on-site training by an Equipment Zone DTG certified expert technician is included. Also included is the improved Epson Garment Creator software with powerful tools for layout and text, color management, ink control and cost estimation. Feel secure in your purchase with nationwide on-site service with parts within 24 to 48 hours. For information, visit www.equipmentzone.com. Double-Sided Displays Showdown Displays, Brooklyn Center, Minnesota, offers EuroFit Walls. These double-sided displays are lightweight and stylish. The graphic cover slips over the frame like a pillowcase and con- tours to the frame for a form-fitted look. Several EuroFit Walls can be linked together to create elaborate layouts for any size space. For information, visit www.showdowndisplays. com.

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