Wadjet AG, an international manufacturer of wide-format digital printers based in Switzerland, has announced the start of operations of its North American subsidiary, Wadjet America, Inc. Earlier this year, Mantel Digital AG spun off its wide format digital printer manufacturing business into Wadjet AG, a separate, standalone company.
Mark Bric Display has added fabric panels to its IsoFrame line. The fabric panel is a thin silicone edge that is bent around the fabric graphics, allowing the section to be inserted into a groove on IsoFrame posts and beams. 10-ft IsoFrame sections can be connected to create a continuous wall of any length; fabric-panel sections can be intermixed with traditional panels.
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Herculite products Bantex 13oz 2S and Bantex Curl Free 13oz 2S are now HP-certified. The two-sided 100%-blockout banner media are intended for P-O-P applications where edge curl is a concern.
Canon USA has announced its new SE Series imageProGraf lineup, comprising the 6-color 44-in. iPF8400SE printer and 24-in. iPF6400SE printer.
The new printers are designed for the poster and infographics markets, and feature a 6-color Lucia EX pigment inkset – CMYK + matte black + red – that has been engineered to allow for a color-gamut expansion beyond Canon’s 8-color models in the yellow to red regions, the company reports – particularly useful in producing eye-catching posters. The Lucia EX inks boast added durability and scratch-resistance.
At the recent Dscoop9 conference in Orlando, HP launched a new member benefit designed to help grow business: the “Tell Your Story Sales Program.
The program’s sales kit includes four detailed guides, a marketing roadmap and more than 100 components needed for a customer event, from the planning stage through sales conversion and lead tracking – including event invitations, PowerPoint presentations, sample files, videos, case studies, and signage.
When white ink emerged as an option on a new generation of wide-format digital presses, early adopters embraced the technology as a way of differentiating themselves from competitors. As they’ve explored its applications, new opportunities have emerged, creatively and commercially, putting bright and colorful graphics and effects where doing so just wasn’t feasible or cost-effective before.
While hiking with a youth group in the high plains of Wyoming this past summer, we ran into a group of ranchers who were moving a large herd of sheep into another range for grazing. The several hundred sheep, all running about in a rather chaotic manner, were being pushed forward by five sheepherders on horses and four dogs.
As we watched, several in our group commented about the number of sheep that seemed to be heading in no particular direction at all. The sheepherders and the dogs had to work continuously to keep the herd moving more or less in the correct direction.
Düsseldorf, Germany isn’t a location I would typically refer to as my ideal vacation spot in November. After all, I’m used to temperatures in the mid-50s and sunny skies at that time of the year here in Vegas.
Yet this is just what I’m considering. Why? Because the Printed Interior Decoration (PID) conference (www.printedinteriordecoration.org) takes place there, November 26-27 this year.
After Southmoore High School in Moore, Oklahoma, had its band trailer destroyed when severe tornadoes hit the area last spring, a local dealer came forward to donate a 53-foot replacement.
In early February, Canon Solutions America – the Canon USA subsidiary that combines the components of Canon Business Solutions and Océ North America – celebrated its first anniversary in conjunction with a press briefing in Delray Beach, Florida.