And more product news.
* Inca Onset ‘Accelerator’ option: Inca Digital Printers has announced a new “Accelerator” option, designed to deliver increased productivity for its new range of Onset UV flatbeds. The increase in print throughput is dependent on the particular Onset model, as well as the number of print passes, Inca reports. The maximum throughput of the Onset S40i with automation has been increased 20% – from 470 sqm/hr (94 beds/hr) to 560 sqm/hr (112 beds/hr), it reports. www.incadigital.com
* 100 New Orbus Displays: The Orbus Exhibit & Display Group has added more than 100 new portable displays to its offering of tradeshow, exhibit, and display products in its Origin 2013 catalog, The Exhibitor’s Handbook. This includes 60 new tension fabric backwalls, exhibit kits and structures, new banner stands, and outdoor tents. www.orbuscompany.com, www.originexhibits.com
* Paradigm distributes WideTek: Paradigm Imaging Group, will now distribute WideTek 25 flatbed scanners. The WideTek 25 is a high-resolution, color flatbed scanner for formats up to 18.8 x 25 in. Maximum resolution is 1200 dpi; it can scan an A2-sized document in 3 sec (at 300 dpi), the company reports. www.paradigmimaging.com
*New Dass transfer film: Digital Art Studio Seminars has introduced its Dass PremiumTransfer Film. The new film features a heavier coating than its Dass Classic Transfer film and boasts improvements in the transfer process, the company reports. Compatible with pigment inks only; in 24-in widths, www.digitalartstudioseminars.com
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