Sign & Digital Graphics

November '19

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60 • November 2019 • S I G N & D I G I T A L G R A P H I C S Product Review Pigment Ink Printers Epson, Long Beach, California, introduces the SureColor P-Series printers – the 24-inch SureColor P7570 and 44-inch SureColor P9570. Designed from the ground up to uniquely cater to the full spectrum of creative needs, the SureColor P7570 and P9570 deliver extraordinary performance leveraging all-new UltraChrome PRO12 pigment ink and PrecisionCore MicroTFP printhead technology with dedicated nozzles for both Matte and Photo black ink to deliver excep- tional image quality at speeds up to 2.4 times faster than the previous generation. Touting a robust design and never before seen imaging technologies, the SureColor P7570 and P9570 leverage new Epson UltraChrome PRO12 12-color pigment ink to deliver a wide color gamut and capture every detail with amazing color brilliance and accu- racy. When combined with the new 2.6-inch PrecisionCore MicroTFP printhead, the SureColor P7570 and P9570 produce outstanding quality prints at speeds up to 2.4 times faster than their predecessors and promote a more productive workflow with dedicated channels for Matte and Photo Black ink (no ink switching necessary). For information, visit www. Modular Signage 2/90 Sign Systems, Grand Rapids, Michigan, offers changeable sig- nage that is essential for any facility. 2/90 Sign Systems has built their reputation on providing modular sign systems to accommo- date change. However, some signs rarely, if ever, need to change and that is why 2/90 created KlikLESS. The signs have the look and feel of their Klik counterparts while lowering the overall project costs. The physical difference is that inserts are permanently attached to the baseplate; an economical solution for regulatory and life-safety signs. For information, visit Laser Fume Filtration System JDS Industries, Sioux Falls, South Dakota, now offers BOFA Laser Fume Extraction and Filtration Systems. These systems are designed to help maintain a dust-free shop and protect expensive equipment. BOFA incorporates a three-stage filtra- tion: pre-filter, HEPA, and chemical section in most of their systems to help to maintain a higher quality mark with fewer rejects and contaminants. BOFA systems are also a great solution for shops that do not have ventilation options. Whether you have an Epilog, Universal, or TROTEC laser system JDS has the BOFA system, replacement filters, and connection kits you need. For information, visit See our ad on page IBC Satin Window Graphics Lintec, Schaumburg, Illinois, introduces Protect Satin window graphic film. There is a time when having a glossy and reflective window sur- face is ideal, but there are also times when it's not. If you're trying to setup a window display that's not reflective, but rather, cuts back on the shine in favor of a balanced finish between glossy and matte, then Protect Satin is for you. With Protect Satin — a matte overlaminate window graphic — designers can apply a graphic to their windows that won't have a glossy, shiny finish. This can be great for offices look- ing to present a solid-colored logo on their window, or for a retail store hoping to attract the attention of an onlooker with a sharp graphic design. For information, visit www.digitalwin- See our ad on page 7 See our ad on page 37 Hybrid Laser GCC, Walnut, California, introduces the S400 hybrid. The dual- laser technology of S400 allows users to specify laser types per different color pens during Windows driver setting. The laser system will then switch automatically between laser tubes within one job. No optics change or manual adjustment is needed when switches happen between laser firings. Fiber wattage is available for 20/30/60W and CO2 wattage is for 30 to 120W. The S400 hybrid will service more customers for engraving, cutting and marking on both organic and metal simultaneously. For information, visit SDG

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