Sign & Digital Graphics

October '19

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S I G N & D I G I T A L G R A P H I C S • October 2019 • 69 plishment, but combine that with the fea- tures of high-speed output, wide-format capabilities and long-lasting ink inclu- sion; wrap projects have become a staple in the outdoor graphics market. "A requirement of printable wrap films is that they are compatible with the major printing and ink platforms," tells Cook, "and, as a result, we are con- stantly evaluating our products to ensure that they are compatible with the differ- ent printer and ink combinations on the market." Over the past 20 years, film quality has increased exponentially to ensure that the very best products are placed in the hands of sign makers and wrappers. It's not only the technological enhance- ments that have provoked improvements but also the installers' daily functions and techniques. "The changes to graphics materials have been significant for the face, adhe- sive, and liners used," explains Abby Monnot, senior global segment manager, This project included the removal of an old wrap with the replacement of new graphics. Images courtesy of ORAFOL.

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