Sign & Digital Graphics

December '19

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60 • December 2019 • S I G N & D I G I T A L G R A P H I C S D E C E M B E R 2 0 1 9 Product Review Durable Overlaminates D&K Group, Grove Village, Illinois, introduces Endura Overlams. These overlaminates offer a durable ther- mal laminating solution that is com- pletely waterproof. These polyester (PET) overlams are stronger than other thermal products on the mar- ket, making them ideal for demand- ing applications including outdoor signage, menus, cards, and much more. Endura Overlams are available with UV protection for outdoor projects requiring up to five-year durability. Compared to pressure sensi- tive lams, Endura products offer equivalent per- formance at about 1/3 less the price. Plus, the quality far exceeds that of low-grade, self-wound pressure sensitive products. For information, visit Wrap Squeegee Geek Wraps, Oakland Park, Florida, introduces the Geek Wraps Hydro Edge Squeegee Series. The new Hydro Edge Squeegee is manu- factured with micro-cells inside the covered edge. This technology holds installer-preferred liquid lubri- cant and supplies the micro-fiber edge with a constant supply of liquid during installation. Due to the extreme angles which the squeegee is held during installation, gravity keeps apply- ing the liquid that has accumulated and is held internally in the cells, outward to the covered edge until it is depleted and needs to be replenished. This process allows the installer to work much more efficiently, greatly reducing the need for re- application of liquid as it allows for longer runs of installation time with the edge remaining wet, resulting in more productiv- ity for the installer. For information, visit Window Film Mactac, Stow, Ohio, introduces the next generation of its B-Free Window Films. Innovations to the line include a stiffer facestock that offers improved panel-to-panel alignment since it can be reposi- tioned without stretching the film face, and a new adhesive pattern designed to offer easy installation. B-Free Window Films are available in three finishes: dusted (JX5798MBF v2 and JJ5798MBF v2), frosted (JX5796MBF v2 and JJ5796MBF v2) and clear gloss (JX5999MBF v2 and JJ5999MBF v2). The films are designed to be used on flat or simple, curved, clear and translucent surfaces and for backlit graphics. The films can be applied printed or unprinted. If printed, the films are compatible with solvent, eco-solvent, UV inkjet and latex inkjet printers. For information, visit See our ad on page 61 Flatbed Finishing Table Graphic Finishing Partners, Maryland Heights, Missouri, introduces the FT60 finishing table. The FT60 turns any roll laminator into a sign making, flatbed appli- cator for mounting or laminating rigid substrates and printed sheets by providing a faster, easier one-step roll application process. It combines a 60˝ W x 48˝ D roller ball transfer table with a backlit cutting surface, both in one space-saving accessory. For information, visit See our ad on page 35 Frontlit Framing System Fisher Textiles, Matthews, North Carolina, introduces its newest frontlit framing systems fabric for dye sublimation and UV-curable printing. GF4022 Nirvana Purity Shine® is a shiny soft signage fabric for frontlit framing systems with a glossy surface and a pigment coated white-back for complete opacity. This premium product is the new- est addition to the Nirvana® line of fabrics and gives a two-in-one solution for Dye-Sub and UV-printable fabric with a built-in finished back that eliminates the need for a liner. Excellent for retail and high-end framing system displays, the fabric's sheen promotes a rich and luxurious texture and produces stand out frontlit graphics compared to matte surfaced media. For information, visit See our ad on page 27 Combined Printer/ Cutter Roland DGA Corporation, Irvine, California, launches its redesigned VersaUV LEC2- 300 UV printer/cutter. With an all-new design that deliv- ers improvements, the stream- lined 30-inch LEC2 includes the features of Roland's original LEC-300, plus improvements for increased versatility, more vibrant color, and greater image detail – all for less than half the price. The new LEC2-300 has been engi- neered to offer users an even higher level of overall performance. In addition to doing the jobs of multiple devices by printing, contour cutting, creas- ing and folding in one seamless, automated workflow, the LEC2 boasts a newly designed print head, new LED lamps, and host of updated features for even better print qual- ity. Its small footprint also makes the LEC2-300 perfect for shops with limited space. For information, visit www.rolan- See our ad on page 1 SDG

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