Sign & Digital Graphics

March '20

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8 0 • M A R C H 2 0 2 0 • S I G N & D I G I T A L G R A P H I C S Direct Sublimation Fabric Fisher Textiles, Matthews, North Carolina, announces the addition of DD 4420 Nirvana Purity to its F7 Certified fabric lineup for direct sublimation printing. DD 4420 Nirvana Purity is a treated version of Fisher's award-winning GF4020. Nirvana Purity is a soft signage fabric with a pigment coated white-back for complete opacity. This premium product gives a two-in-one solution for printable fabric with a built-in liner and a finished back, providing cost savings in material and labor. Nirvana Purity has a wide range of uses for indoor and outdoor retail advertising and trade show exhibit environments. It is ideal for hang- ing banners and is especially advantageous in double-sided SEG applications where one side is intended for backlit and the other frontlit. The opacity of the coated back encloses and reflects the light within the frame to illuminate backlit graphics to a greater extent than other lined SEG fabrics. It has a slight stretch in each direction, which enables a tight, smooth fit in framing systems. For information, visit fishertextiles.com. See Our Ad On Page 52 Safety Signage Material American PERMALIGHT, Torrance, California, introduces PERMALIGHT 90° Aluminum Nosing, which combines pho- toluminescent glow-in-the-dark and anti- slip protection. Create safety on one step or on an entire flight of stairs. Products may be used indoors or outdoors. Installs easily without drilling holes: just clean the step surface and apply with construction adhesive from the hardware store. Made in the USA, standard length of 48 inches. Contact for custom lengths. For informa- tion, visit www.americanpermalight.com. PVC-Free Films Innovia Films, Cumbria, United Kingdom, has extended its range of PVC- free films for graphic arts applications. These 60µm (230 gauge) films are now 33% thinner than their existing graphic films. Innovia's Rayoart BOPP graphic art films are a viable alternative to calendared PVC as they are ideal for indoor and short-term outdoor applications as these UV-stabilized products provide up to two years outdoor usage (based on QUV test- ing). They can be printed by flexographic, screen, UV inkjet and low temperature Latex inkjet processes. Perfect for flat and simple curved graphic applications or pressure-sensitive label and decal applications requiring extended outdoor usage. For information, visit www.innovia- films.com. SDG

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