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 • 75 Roll-To-Roll Wide-Format Press Fujifilm Graphic Systems Division, Hanover Park, Illinois, introduces the new Acuity LED 1600R, the latest addition to Fujifilm's popular Acuity Series, offering customers a flex- ible, lower cost alternative to the successful Acuity LED 1600 II hybrid press. The new 64-inch dedicated roll-to-roll press features Q-Class printheads from FUJIFILM Dimatix, four color channels, with the option of a modular upgrade in the field up to seven colors. In addition it features a high density mode capable of handling heat-sensitive roll media while print- ing stunning, vibrant displays. The unit offers excellent productiv- ity of up to 355 square feet per hour. For more information, visit www. AnaJet Firmware Update AnaJet, Inc., Tustin, California, intro- duces an upgrade to its firmware and software available to its Ri 3000/Ri 6000 DTG printers. The upgrade features an enhanced speed mode, additional platen option, and firmware stability improvements. Benefits include over 60 seconds reduced print time on dark shirts with new Speed Mode for white under base with Ri 3000 (over 30 seconds with Ri 6000), reduced occurrences of interrupted prints and job transmissions from RIP through multiple printer stability improvements, and better technical support experience with the improved printer log retrieval process. For information, visit Vinyl Media For Aqueous Printers Advanced Greig Laminators, Inc. (AGL), Deforest, Wisconsin, introduces AGL Print Smart WR5PSV, a water resistant 5-mil adhesive back vinyl media for aqueous printer users. Compatible with both dye- and pigment-based aqueous inks, Print-Smart 5-mil vinyl media can accept heavy ink coverage (300%) while still maintaining a high degree of water resistance. It is a high- quality calendared vinyl media that is durable and long lasting. Its bright white coating provides excellent print clarity. An aggressive, perma- nent solvent based adhesive makes it an ideal choice for a wide variety of mount- ing applications. Available in 100-foot rolls. For more information, visit www. Hybrid Latex Printer HP Inc., Alpharetta, Georgia, introduces the HP Latex R2000 Printer, the first Latex technology hybrid solution for rigid and flexible sign and display printing in one device. The new printer, the first in HP's R-Series, delivers unprecedented quality and the most vibrant col- ors to the rigid printing world using water-based HP Latex inks and breakthrough HP Latex white ink. In addition, the printer offers high-speed quality up to 88 m 2 /h (947 ft 2 /hr), a high accuracy belt system and productive workflow with 14 automatic independent chambers, reliable flexible printing, leveraging assets from current portfolio, up to 100kg rolls, and redesigned HP Latex inks. For more infor- mation, visit Automotive Tape ORAFOL Americas, Black Creek, Georgia, intro- duces five "Successful Solutions that Stick" products to use immediately for your next auto- motive, sign and/or display applications. Three of the five were specifically developed for the automotive industry and are ideally suited for automotive plastics and painted steel. All three available in common industry sizes: ½˝, ¾˝ and 1˝ widths. For information, visit Heat Press Insta Graphic System, Cerritos, California, introduces the Insta 256 Heat Press with Quick-Change. This award-winning Insta 256 Manual Swing-Away heat press with Insta's original Quick-Change allows the lower platen to be switched out rapidly with any of Insta's new accessory platens. As a 16˝x20˝ swing away heat press, this machine gives you tons of room to work with allowing larger graphics than other machines. The Insta 256 has been meticulous crafted to accomplish and evenly distribute enormous pressure throughout the entire platen. Its cast- in tubular heating element heats the metal from within for a consistent and long-lasting heat. For information, visit SDG See our ad on page 57

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