Sign & Digital Graphics

October '19

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76 • October 2019 • S I G N & D I G I T A L G R A P H I C S Product Review Glow-in-the-dark ink International Coatings, Cerritos, California, announces the release of its improved Glow-in-the- Dark 108 ink. Glow-in-the-Dark 108 produces a bright, greenish glow when exposed to light and viewed in a darkened area. Glow in-the-Dark 108 offers a vibrant phosphorescent glow that draws attention in any nighttime or darkened setting. It can be used as a stand-alone ink or in conjunction with other inks to create an intense "glow" effect. Incorporating Glow-in-the-Dark 108 to any artwork and design is an effective way to add focus and interest to a print. Its vibrant phosphorescent nature draws attention in a darkened or nighttime setting. Glow-in-the-Dark is an excellent product for seasonal prints as well as for party or special occasion designs. For information, visit Eco-Solvent Printer MUTOH America Inc., Phoenix, Arizona, announces the launch of two new 64-inch eco-solvent printers, XpertJet 1641SR / 1682SR. The latest additions to Mutoh's award- winning line of wide format printers, paired with Mutoh's new MS41 Eco-Solvent ink provides improved usability and reduces operational workload, which will ensure high-quality prints, high production output and user-friendly operation. The 1682SR has a staggered dual-head design that provides ultra-fast print speeds, and smooth gradient reproduction that is available in both 4 color (CMYK) and 7 color (CMYK, Lc,Lm,Lk,) ink configurations. The 1641SR is a single head 4 color (CMYK) printer and both will deliver superior print quality at an affordable price range. The XpertJet platform from Mutoh has all new features specifically designed to enhance the user's experience, workflow and output quality. The XpertJet will be a favorite among users looking to output various types of wraps, fine art, banners, decals, posters and indoor/outdoor signage. For information, visit See our ad on page 3 UV Printer Roland DGA Corporation, Irvine, California, a leading provider of wide-format printers, printer/ cutters and other advanced digital imaging devices, has announced the launch of its new 30- inch VersaUV LEF2-300 benchtop flatbed printer. This next-generation LEF2 boasts all the advanced features of the 20-inch model released earlier this year, while also delivering 1.5 times the print area and printing speed. The LEF2-300 also incorporates new efficiency, convenience, and maintenance functionalities that raise overall performance to a higher level. Like all Roland LEF series flatbed printers, the LEF2-300 can print directly on virtually any substrate or three-dimensional object up to 3.94 inches thick, making it ideal for a wide range of product customization applications. The LEF2-300 uses Roland's specially formulated ECO-UV inks in CMYK, as well as Gloss and White inks that allow users to incorporate specialty finishes, realistic textures, or 3D effects for a whole new dimension of customization. Additionally, with its larger 30.3˝ (W) x 12.9˝ (D) x 3.9˝ (H) print area and higher- volume output, the LEF2-300 is an expansive solution that fits the productivity needs of growing businesses. For information, visit Banner Material Brand Management Group, Sarasota, Florida, and HP introduce an innovative new banner material that offers a unique combination of durability and flexibility. HP Foldable Durable Synthetic Banner can be folded and easily transported due to its thin, lightweight construction. Engineered with DuPont Tyvek material it is designed to produce tear-resistant, water-resistant, foldable maps, banners, and posters that can be grommeted and stitched. This versatile banner material is compatible with Original HP PageWide XL pigment inks, and HP Vivid Photo Inks and HP Bright Office Inks for HP DesignJet printers. No longer just for technical documents, HP PageWide XL printers can produce brilliant banners radically faster than anything on the market—with low cost of operation. For information, visit See our ad on page 1 24V LED Option SloanLED, Ventura, California, expands the SloanLED Prism product family with an innovative, 24V design making it possible to take advantage of 100W power supplies, increasing modules per power supply vs 60W 12V systems, resulting in improved return on investment and decreased labor at installation. SloanLED Prism24, available in 7100 K, 6500 K, 5000 K, 4000 K, and 3000 K, features micro-prism lenses to deliver the widest, most even spread of illumination, dual-die technology to offer more than double the square feet of illumination, 34% higher efficacy over the existing 12V version, versatile mounting options, and our industry-leading 10-year limited warranty so your investment is well protected. For projects that are super competitive on costs and don't require the extensive warranty of the Prism family, VL Plus 3 offers a full spectrum of options from single-lens to duo-lens to tri-lens each delivering fast installations and lower cost per sign. For information, visit SDG

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