GRAPHICS PRO

October '21

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G R A P H I C S - P R O. C O M 2 0 2 1 O C T O B E R G R A P H I C S P R O 7 7 HEAT PRESS Insta Graphic Systems offers its Insta 288 Swing Away heat press machine, its largest manual machine with 20" X 25" platens for ease of use with larger substrates and transfers. It can also be used as a subli- mation heat press machine. 562-404-3000 instagraph.com X500III PRO GCC LaserPro offers its new X500III Pro, which is available in 100W, 130W, and 150W. It also comes with a 1.6x beam expander to assist with achieving uniformity of line width and spot size. The optional external interface control board allows users to set up GCC laser machines for communication with external peripherals to form an automated workflow. 909-718-0248 gccworld.com PRINTER MANAGEMENT SOFTWARE Brother DTG introduces its new printer management software for GTX and GTX- pro digital direct-to-garment printers. It gives users the ability to manage multiple machines through a display that shows information such as machine statuses and ink levels. The program monitors the ink inside the printer's pouches and can send the user an email informing them when any pouch is running low. 866-750-2543 brotherdtg.com TRUCKER VISOR Sportsman Cap & Bag offers its Richardson Trucker Visor, style 712. Its first shell is made of 60/40 cotton/ polyester, and its second shell is made of 100% polyester. It features a 2 1/4" crown with a pre-curved, contrast-stitch visor and adjustable plastic snapback. It is available in eight color combinations. sportsmancaps.com SUSTAINABLE FILMS Mactac announces its IMAGin Simply Sustainable product line, which is PVC-free and consists of polyester (PET) and polypropyl- ene (PP) films that meet current regulatory standards of the U.S. Consumer Product Safety and Improvement Act (CPSIA). The products are primarily designed for window or glass surfaces. 866-622-8223 mactac.com

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