LexJet has added two new inkjet décor papers to its product line: Sunset Etching SD and Sunset Textured SD. Both papers are designed to replicate the quality of the company’s Sunset Cotton Etching and Sunset Textured Fine Art papers, which are geared toward custom high-end reproductions, while offering the production capabilities for longer runs of décor prints, the company reports. They are compatible with aqueous inkjet printers.
Onyx Graphics has announced an expansion of its product offerings in the Professional Services market. The company will now offer personalized, custom, on-site workflow and color-management consulting based on its color expertise from 25 years in the wide-format color RIP market.
Specific services include:
X-Rite has launched a free ColorTrue App for Apple iOS and Google Android platforms.
The courtyard welcoming children, parents, and teachers to the entrance of William Morris Primary School in the London Borough of Merton once resembled a warehouse building, with a large, uninviting red brick wall – the gymnasium – as the main focal point. Most local residents didn’t even know the grade school existed.
Since the very inception of the Internal Revenue Code, the IRS and businesses – including print service providers – have been at odds over whether expenditures made are currently deductible, or whether they must be capitalized and recovered through depreciation over time. Now, after seven years of drafts and proposed rules, the IRS has issued final regulations addressing whether a cost is a deductible repair or a capital expenditure.
Corel has introduced CorelDraw Graphics Suite X7, the latest version of its flagship graphics suite.
CorelDraw X7 features multi-core and native 64-bit support (allowing users to run multiple applications and process large files) as well as a redesigned and customizable user interface, plus enhanced fill capabilities.
In sync with the preparation of the University of Utah football team’s third season of competition in the Pac-12 conference, the Spence and Cleone Eccles Football Center – a 150,000-square-foot, state-of-the-art training facility – was constructed.
CMA Imaging has expanded its gal’art range of solvent papers. The papers include:
Fine Art Textured, a 300-gsm textured, bright-white fine-art paper. Available in 53-in. widths.
Smooth Matte, a 210-gsm high-white matte paper with no sheen. Available in 53-and 60-in. widths.
PhotoCard Satine, a 330-gsm heavyweight card stock. Available in 30-, 53-, and 60-in. widths.
Canvas Matte & Satin, a 300- and 400-gsm poly-cotton blend stretchable canvas. Available in 60-in. widths.
Coveris Advanced Coatings has introduced two new wallcovering products to its Magic line: Pebble and Weave.
Pebble is a 21.3-mil paperbacked textured vinyl wallcovering that’s suitable for solvent, eco-solvent, latex, and UV-curable inks.
Weave is a 14.5-mil paperbacked textured vinyl wallcovering also suitable for solvent, eco solvent, latex, and UV-curable inks.
Both new products are designed for murals, wallcoverings, P-O-P displays, and decals. Both are available in 24- and 54-in. widths.
Aopen has introduced the eTile, an ultra-thin, multi-purpose and multi-touch PC tile that is engineered for retail environments. Available in 15.6- and 19-in. sizes, and weighing in at just 30-mm thick, the eTile features an Intel Core Processor and can power in-store P-O-S/P-O-P and kiosk environments concurrently and run a full-sized video wall independently, the company reports. It does not require an enclosure or kiosk; it can be used standalone, embedded into a table, or as a surface device.