Mutoh America, Inc. will begin its new and expanded line of dealer and end user training courses in January. The ever growing and diverse product line that Mutoh now offers requires its current training programs to adapt, diversify and expand to fit the needs of all Mutoh printer distributors and users. With over 50 classes throughout the year, Mutoh will double the amount of classes it has offered in previous years.
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Having completed a $4 million expansion at its Charlotte, NC facility last year, INX International Ink Co. recently concluded finishing touches connected to the project. Company officials indicate Charlotte set a new production record in 2016, and are hopeful 2017 will be another record-breaker now that staff has acclimated to the new space.
Xaar plc ("Xaar", "the Group" or "the Company"), the digital inkjet printing technology Group headquartered in Cambridge, UK, is pleased to announce the appointment of Lily Liu as Chief Financial Officer, Company Secretary and Director of the Board from Tuesday 2 May 2017.
Roland’s Born-to-Wrap workshop schedule for 2017 features two choices for beginner and intermediate-level vehicle wrappers. “Wrap Basics and Beyond” is a two-day workshop designed to provide a general overview of car wrapping. “Wrap Business and Design” focuses on operational and marketing considerations for vehicle wrap businesses. Both are led by the team at Digital EFX Wraps at various spots across the country. The schedule for the “Wrap Basics” class includes:
GeckoWraps was commissioned to produce a temporary wrap worthy of a promotion for Uber Ice Cream featuring comedian Carrot Top, who delivered ice cream around Las Vegas in a food truck. The wrap was printed with a Mutoh ValueJet 1624 onto Avery MPI 2611 film and laminated with Avery DOL 1360.
DaVinci Technologies has announced the availability of 3 new magnetic receptive print media products. Signetics Select, Signetics LTX, and Signetics Duo offer effortless installation across a wide variety of applications including menu boards, retail POP, POS graphics, directories, and decorative wall graphics. Signetics Select is a cost-effective magnetic receptive media option. Available roll sizes include 54” x 165′, 60” x 165′ and 74” x 165′.
The new RM-L router from Zünd offers 3.6 kW of power and 0.7 Nm of torque for processing heavy-duty materials such as acrylics, polycarbonates, Dibond, Forex, MDF, Plexiglas, and more. The machine features a water-cooled spindle, a dust extraction system, routing depth up to 1.97 in., as well as a minimal quantity lubrication system designed to minimize friction and extend bit life. An intelligent surface compensation system works to determine the thickness of the material and account for inconsistencies.
Nowadays, you’ll find a food truck, or several, in almost any neighborhood that calls itself “hip.” It’s a trend that many vehicle wrappers celebrate as food truck entrepreneurs seek to brand their rolling businesses. But not all of them sport designs that are quite as attention-grabbing as “The Galley” from WrapJax of Seattle.
The cat’s out of the bag: Printers have gotten faster, have become easier to use, and have grown more affordable.
But technological advancements in digital printing haven’t always spelled out good news for top-notch PSPs: If anyone can push a few buttons and make money off the outcome, how can you differentiate yourself from your competition?
They say any publicity is good publicity, but for some, bad PR can be tough to stomach. That wasn’t the case for Mike Hysong, who found the “haters” of his eccentric Corvette wrap to be simply amusing – and productive. His YouTube channel, Street Speed 717, saw a jump in 40,000 subscribers in just two weeks after the wrap was installed, and his video making fun of the naysayers was one of his most-viewed.