Reusable window cling films offer PSPs the opportunity to create temporary displays without using adhesive for quick installation and a clean surface after removal. Valloy's offerings include a white, 6.5-mil polypropylene film; a white, 6.2-mil PET film; and a clear, 6.2-mil PET film. Bubble-free and printable with UV, latex, and eco-solvent inks, the window clings are designed for indoor and outdoor applications. Available in 50- and 54-in. widths.
Roland DGA has added HeatSoft Plus heat transfer material (HTM3) and polyester transfer mask (PTM2) for printing image transfers for T-shirts, sports apparel, and accessories. The eco-solvent-printable polyurethane HTM3 is designed to stretch and weed easily, and is compatible with cotton, polyester, poly-blend, spandex, Lycra, and leather materials. It is reportedly durable up to 50 wash cycles and is CPSIA-certified for use on products for infants and children.
Dusty Rigby talks about his work in terms that dwarf most notions of grand-format imaging: “The average is about eight to 10 acres; a few are as large as 25 acres,” he says. “The biggest we did was about 80 acres.” He’s talking about corn mazes.
Paradigm Imaging Group has announced the SID XL 2513 Laser Engraver from SID Signs. Designed to increase productivity, the engraver features a CO2 150-W laser and an open 96 x 52-in. flatbed cutting area, designed for easy handling. It also includes a steel strip belt and ball screw transmission, ensuring X/Y positional accuracy of 0.01 mm, according to the company. Handles acrylic (up to 1 in.), wood (up to 0.5 in.), aluminum bond, glass, and some metals, at a max. speed of 12 in./sec.
Kyrie Irving fans were dying to walk in the Cavaliers point guard’s shoes when they attended an exclusive release of his signature Nikes at Quicken Loans Arena. Central Graphics used Mactac Rebel RB599R with Permacolor LUV laminate and Imagin StreetRap film with PermaFlex overlaminate to create temporary floor and window graphics that could withstand eager feet and cold temperatures.
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Texart Sublimation Transfer Paper, for use with Roland’s new Texart RT-640 dye-sublimation printer and Texart SBL3 inks, is designed with high ink release for high-resolution sublimated apparel, décor, tradeshow signage, personalized items, and more. The 95-gsm paper dries quickly, according to the company, allowing for immediate winding on the take-up reel. Available in 64-in. widths.
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Local artists signed this guitar, wrapped by BSG Wraps, after performing at a childhood cancer charity event for 12-year-old Sammy Rangel, who has been battling tumors since 2007. The guitar was given to Sammy and features graphics printed with an HP Designjet L25500 on Avery MPI 1005 Supercast Easy Apply RS vinyl and 1460 gloss overlaminate.
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Memjet has filed a patent infringement lawsuit against Hewlett-Packard (HP), claiming that the manufacturer has copied Memjet’s page-wide waterfall printhead technology, protected under a series of eight patents. According to a Memjet release, HP has employed this technology in its Pro X generation of office printers, the T-Series commercial presses, and PageWide XL series, and intends to use the technology in its future wide-format and 3D offerings.
If you're at all interested in Motocross or Supercross, then you've heard of Jeremy McGrath. Like Jordan and basketball or Ali and boxing, McGrath's name is synonymous with "legend" in the ultra-competitive motorcycle racing world. And with good reason. A seven-time AMA Supercross Champion, "Showtime," as he's called, helped spawn the sport of freestyle motocross, where riders one-up each other with jumps and stunts to impress judges for points.