Sign & Digital Graphics

April '20

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S D G M A G . C O M • A P R I L 2 0 2 0 • 5 9 Design and Print Management Software Roland DGA, Irvine, California, announces the availability of its new design and print management software package "cotode- sign" throughout North and South America. Developed for use with a range of Roland benchtop and desktop devices, cotodesign enables retailers to offer their customers a unique in-store product personalization experience. It provides an intuitive, interactive interface between consumer and machine, allowing the cus- tomer to participate directly in the product decoration process. According to Roland DGA, cotodesign is ideal for personalizing T-shirts, caps, tote bags, posters, stickers, smartphone cases, gifts, and more in a variety of retail settings, including kiosks, pop- up shops, department store concessions, concerts and special events. Customers use the intuitive cotodesign interface on in- store tablets to select the products they want to personalize and choose from a wide variety of design templates. By connecting to the store's Wi-Fi network, they can upload their own photos or graphics from their mobile devices to create truly one-of-kind items. The cotodesign software is fully integrated with a selection of Roland devices that quickly and safely image the customer's design onto their chosen product as soon as the order is placed. In just a few minutes the customer can take home a uniquely per- sonalized product. For information, visit Brackets for Transparent Displays LG Business Solutions USA, Lincolnshire, Illinois, intro- duces new bracket accessories that enable customers to combine transparent OLED displays into video walls in sizes that meet unique installation requirements. With its 55-inch transparent OLED display, LG has given integrators and end users limitless possibilities to create brand new experiences for unique projects, from museums to entertainment to retail applications. Thanks to the display's higher transparency, LG Transparent OLED displays blend into their surroundings naturally and virtually seamlessly. The display's see-through view enables designers to use displays as vir- tual walls that showcase digital content without blocking sight lines into the rest of the space. For information, visit Architectural Accent Lighting Solution SloanLED, Ventura, California, adds versatility and convenience to shallow channel letter and architectural accent applications with SloanLED FlexTAPE: a low-profile, LED lighting solution that delivers fast, easy installation in a variety of applications where space is limited. Available with electrical connectors for quick, solderless on-site assembly, SloanLED FlexTAPE features peel-n-stick backing, eliminating the need for screw attachments, and can be cut in 2˝ (50 mm) segments for zero waste. SloanLED FlexTAPE comes in 16.4-ft (5 m) reels and is currently available in red with 6500 K, 5000 K, and 3500 K versions. For information visit collection. Eco-Solvent Printer Paradigm Imaging, Costa Mesa, California, now offers the ECOTECH TAURUS series eco-solvent printers which provide both cutting edge technology and lower production costs in easy to operate models. The 126˝ wide ECOTECH TAURUS 320 features 2 Epson DX5 printheads with resolutions as high as 2,880 dpi to achieve picture perfect quality. With support for both local and remote printing, high speed data transfers up to 480 Mb/sec efficiently process the most demanding graphic applications. Reliable production is guaranteed by the double column verti- cal balance guide rail, automatic intelligent print head cleaning and moistening, as well as by the enhanced feathering print mode. The high capacity bulk ink system lowers your cost by utilizing 1 liter CMYK inks with 500 ml reserve cartridges. The front heaters and drying fans quickly dry jobs for continuous production when using the printer's automatic take-up system. Starting at $9,995, the ECOtech is an affordable, reli- able, flexible solution to all your sign and banner production needs. For information, visit SDG

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