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April '18

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74 • April 2018 • S I G N & D I G I T A L G R A P H I C S SDG 72˝ WIDE FLATBED CUTTER Summa nv, Gistel, Belgium, introduces a new size of F Series flatbed finishing system, the F1832. The F1832, is largely based on the proven technology of Summa's F Series flatbed sys- tems. Unsurpassed cutting quality, utmost durability and max- imum tool modularity within a user friendly working operation are only a few of the key features of the renowned Summa F Series, all of which can be found in the F1832. With this new size Summa plans to further develop its business in different innovation markets. With a working area of 72˝ wide the F1832 flatbed system is ideal to process popular material widths in order to meet customer demands and thus provide the digital printing industry with a robust finishing solution. Features include a standard conveyor, ADC, Tandem Mode, an on-board camera system, as well as the Automated Depth Control (ADC), a handy tool to simplify bit, tool and knife changes. For more information, visit www.SummaAmerica.com. EMERGENCY STAIRWAY SIGNAGE American Permalight, Torrance, California, offers photoluminescent staircase identi- fication signs now required for signage in high-rise hotel/motel, office/administra- tive and hospital emergency staircases. A simple glow-in-the-dark substrate will not be enough. The codes require UL1994- listed photoluminescence and American Permalight, Inc., supplies three UL1994- listed printable substrates: rigid PVC sheets, flexible polyester thin film in rolls and aluminum in sheets. For information, visit www.americanpermalight.com. STAND OFF WALL MOUNTS Klingtek, Laguna Hills, California, introduces Kling-Mounts, a ver- satile stand-off wall mount and easy install tool for signs, acrylic prints, metal prints and more. This patent pending product makes leveling and hanging your work on the wall easy. No drilling through acrylic art, and no visible screws or hardware. The TS Align Tool is included with every order. For information, visit www.Klingtek.com. DESIGN SOFTWARE WITH CUTTER SUPPORT Easy Cut Studio, Beijing, has upgraded to Version 4.102 with new vinyl cutter supported. The complete solution for designing, printing, cutting and print + cut. Easy Cut Studio gives you the ability to cut any TrueType and OpenType font, SVG, and PDF files, as well as your own original designs with your vinyl cutter or cutting plotter. This awesome vinyl cutter software even supports vectorizing your bitmap images, and built-in shape library includes hundreds of vecto- rial designs ready to be cut. With intuitive interface, now any- one can cut designs like a pro! Professional sign cutting soft- ware for your vinyl cutter. Both Windows and macOS versions available. For information, visit www.easycutstudio.com. DIRECT-TO-GARMENT PRINTER Epson, Long Beach, California, announces its next-generation direct- to-garment printer – the SureColor F2100. Designed exclusively for direct- to-garment printing, the SureColor F2100 offers an entirely purpose-built system for high-quality prints at pro- duction speeds. Leveraging the Epson PrecisionCore TFP printhead and UltraChrome DG garment ink technology, the SureColor F2100 achieves up to twice the speeds of the previous generation DTG printer. Successor to the renowned SureColor F2000, the new SureColor F2100 offers four color ink technology, plus white ink, to deliver improved image qual- ity, speed, and efficiency. Additional improvements, includ- ing a quick-load platen and robust Epson Garment Creator Software to take productivity even further, while the all-new integrated self-cleaning system means less downtime. For information, visit www.proimaging.epson.com. CNC ROUTER/CUTTER Biesse Group, Charlotte, North Carolina, introduces the Rover Plast J CNC router/cutter, which guarantees maximum qual- ity and reliability with its heavy duty steel frame and gan- try. The high-speed electrospindle ensures a fast feed rate and finishing quality for processing plas- tics, nonferrous metals, composites and wood. The high-speed tangential knife sys- tems provide accurate cutting capabilities for a wide variety of foam materi- als and various film appli- cations. Affordable, flexible and user friendly, the Rover J combines strength and quality at a great price. Rover J Plast is part of Biesse's Advanced Materials Range with all the experience and DNA of Biesse brought to this market segment to help customers with the most effective and technological solutions. For information, visit www.biesse.com. Product Review C O N T I N U E D

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