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74 • WRAPS • 2 0 1 8 NEW ECO-SOLVENT PRINTER Paradigm Imaging Group, Costa Mesa, California, introduces PIXis, a new line of wide-format printers that includes the PIXis ES Eco-Solvent roll printer series. The PIXis ES series combines the latest dual-printhead technology from Epson with innovative design elements and super solid con- struction. Producing stunningly vivid images at a very low production cost, the PIXis ES will surpass your highest ROI expectations. The PIXis ES eco-solvent printers are available in 71" and 126" widths. For more information, visit www. paradigmimaging.com. LAMINATORS HEAT-ASSISTED LAMINATORS AND FILM Mimaki USA, Suwanee, Georgia, introduces the LA Series of wide-format, heat-assisted lamina- tors and laminating film. The LA Series lamina- tors are heat-assisted devices with a maximum temperature of 140˚F. This heat assistance im- proves overlaminate film adhesion, particularly to surfaces printed with UV-curing ink, and re- duces the potential for silvering effect. The se- ries offers laminating speeds of up to 295 linear inches per minute. In addition, Mimaki's new Vision Laminate 310 (Gloss) film—designed specifically for use with UV-cure inks and LA Series laminators—offers fine finishing with a glossy feel while maintain- ing color brightness of the print. For information, visit www.mimakiusa.com. LAMINATOR Advanced Greig Laminators (AGL), De- forest, Wisconsin, introduces a laminator that combines speed and capacity to de- liver maximum productivity, reliability and return on investment. With its heavy side frame construction which accommodates larger rolls of material (100-yard rolls) as well as its throughput production speed of 30 fpm, and its web handling efficiency makes for an industry workhorse. A num- ber of wide-format shops have chosen the Patriot laminator for its high through- put and return on their investment. For information, visit www.aglinc.com. SOFTWARE AND TRAINING CAMO DESIGN PATTERNS Aurora Graphics, Dorado, Kansas, introduces BushWolf Obliteration Buck camo patterns. These high- resolution, full-scale camo patterns are 222" long X 100" tall with no repeats created in the correct color space for today's inkjet printers, ensuring a professional finished look, according to the company. Patterns are available ala carte or on DVD. For information, visit Auroragraphics.net. DESIGN SOFTWARE WITH CUTTER SUPPORT Easy Cut Studio, Beijing, has upgraded to Version 4.102 with new vinyl cutter supported. The complete solution for de- signing, 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 vectorize your bitmap images and built-in shape library includes hundreds of vectorial designs ready to be cut. For information, visit www.easycutstudio.com. RIP/PRINT MANAGEMENT SOFTWARE FOR MAC Roland DGA, Irvine, California launches Ro- land PrintStudio by Caldera—a powerful RIP and print management software designed to help Mac users get the most out of their Roland printers. PrintStudio offers a host of innovative tools and resources for optimizing productivity and efficiency, making it perfect for busy print environments. With its Adobe PDF Print Engine (APPE 4) and advanced ICC profiling tools, Roland PrintStudio ensures high-end output. For information, visit www. rolanddga.com. CLOUD-BASED GRAPHICS FOR SIGN MAKERS SAi, Salt Lake City, introduc- es a new addition for its Flexi subscribers—Sign Design Elements. Exclusive to Flexi subscribers, users now have access to five free downloads a month including: super high resolution photos, vinyl-ready files, vector illustrations, professional fonts and wrap artwork. Sign Design Elements includes 6.5 million graphics for sign makers and now you have instant access to it through your cloud window. For more information, visit www.thinksai.com. THUMBNAIL BROWSER RIP Wasatch, Salt Lake City, in- troduces SoftRIP Version 7.5 with Thumbnail Browser that provides a visual alternative to searching RIP and Print Queues, a selection to import CIE Lab colors from CxF software such as PANTONE Color Manager, the ability to add up to eight print queues, enhancements to the automation op- tion, and more exciting features that improve color workflow. It is now easier than ever to search RIP and print queues thanks to the new Wasatch Thumbnail Browser. For information, visit www.wasatch.com. WRAPS ESSENTIALS RESOURCES

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