Sign & Digital Graphics

July '18

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S I G N & D I G I T A L G R A P H I C S • July 2018 • 13 Paradigm Imaging Group Launches New Website Costa Mesa, California-based Paradigm Imaging Group, a distributor of large-format scanners, printers, multifunction systems, sign products and integrated software solutions, announces the launch of its new website. The company says it designed the new site with the visitor's experience in mind. It offers simplified navigation of its entire portfolio, Paradigm says, as well as quick access to essential information. It's also been designed to work responsively with any device—a smartphone, tablet or desktop or laptop computer. Also, the company says it has upgraded its exclusive dealer area portal to include instant access to products images, brochures, technical support documentation, current promotions, and instant contact with technical support technicians. Sun Chemical to Celebrate 200th Anniversary Printing ink giant Sun Chemical of Parsippany, New Jersey, announces that throughout the remainder of 2018, it will celebrate its 200th anniversary. "Beginning with the inspiring legacy of Lorilleux (Charles Lorilleux, considered the father of the print- ing inks industry) and Samuel Morris in the early 1800's, Sun Chemical has delivered 200 years of color expertise, innovative technology and an ongoing commitment to quality and service for our customers," says Rudi Lenz, president and CEO of Sun Chemical. "Having held close to 10,000 worldwide trademarks and over 3,000 granted patents in various global jurisdictions in its history, Sun Chemical takes pride in producing solutions tailor-made to meet the individual needs of our customers." Sun Chemical, the company says, was the first to develop UV-curable inks, water-based inks, pig- mented flexo inks, and flexo inks for polyethylene films. It was also the first to create the four-color wet process inks system in 1906, now commonly known as CMYK printing. The company has been manufacturing pigments since 1907. The new Mimaki UCJV Series offers in-line cutting capabilities and features layered print technology. Prints are instantly-cured at even the highest production speeds, allowing you to quickly print and immediately move to the finished application. The UV inks provide greater opacity with less ink consumption than other ink formulations. UCJV S E R I E S

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