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G R A P H I C S - P R O. C O M 2 0 2 2 A U G U S T G R A P H I C S P R O 5 9 to substrates "we were sometimes limited by the space available under the roller," Jackson says. "e application table has plenty of clearance under the roller, allow- ing us to place nearly any substrate thick- ness on the table and apply graphics." e table itself also can be lowered to 33", allowing a person to sit in a chair to work at the table, or raised up to 42", giv- ing taller workers a more ergonomic work surface. When the table is lowered all the way down, the wheels make contact with the floor, allowing the table to be wheeled around the production floor as needed. GP Paula Aven Gladych is a writer based in Denver, Colo- rado, who has been covering the graphics industry since 2014. She can be reached at Visual Horizons chose its table because it worked for its space and accommodated all printed graphics and signs it runs through production. (Image courtesy Visual Horizons Custom Signs) email us at to find a dealer near you. Visit Year Anniversary Discover the Gfp difference Proven performance. Professional results. Affordably priced. No space for a proper finish? Look again. This table is a perfect fit for any shop. Roll the FT48 Finishing Table up to any laminator and get a flat transfer surface at a fraction of the cost of a Flatbed Applicator. Use one side to feed prints for laminating or mounting. Use the other side as a cutting mat for trimming and weeding graphics. When you're done, fold the table 90 degrees, roll it away, and enjoy all the advantages of your high-speed roll laminator. Add a Finishing Table to the front and rear of your Laminator to improve workflow. Features you need…and affordably priced • Two-sided work surface: choose cutting or feeding • Roller ball transfer surface • Cutting mat • Lightweight, space-saving portability • Simple set-up and operation • Better workflow • Available through dealers nationwide Pivots 90 degrees

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