Flexcon has expanded its WallDeco product line with the introduction of WallDeco 6778 and WallDeco 6783.
WallDeco 6778 is a 6-mil lightweight, polycoated white fabric film with a woven texture. The tight weave of the fabric allows for crisp, sharp color, reports Flexcon. It can be printed via solvent and UV inkjet, UV and conventional offset, and UV and solvent screen. In 54-in. widths.
Onyx Graphics has announced that the latest versions of its print workflow and RIP software packages now include support for the Windows 8 operating system. The support is available in version 1.2.5 of Onyx Thrive print workflow software and version X10.2.5 of Onyx ProductionHouse, Onyx PosterShop, and Onyx RIPCenter RIP software packages.
Ilford has announced the availability of OmniJet NanoSolvent Premium Photo Papers, the first products to utilize the the company’s new NanoSolvent layer technology (which it previewed last year at SGIA Expo).
EPS-Doublet has acquired Denver’s Think Big Solutions.
Think Big Solutions will be incorporated into the existing EPS-Doublet print and manufacturing facilities located in northeast Denver.
The American Sign Museum will be hosting its annual Online Auction to benefit the Museum’s operating budget. Donations of products, equipment, gift certificates, and/or services are welcome for the 2013 Auction.
The Online Auction will open for bidding on Saturday, March 16 at noon PST and close on the last day of the ISA Sign Expo in Las Vegas at 3 p.m. PST on Saturday, April 6. Bidders will be able to bid on items at the American Sign Museum’s booth, #3321.
Two new style additions to the Northern Lights Printable Textile Collection are Sub-Suede and Universal Knit 400 FR.
Sub-Suede, a polyester suede, is compatible with both dye-sublimation transfer printing and dye-sublimation direct printing. Applications include display graphics, gaming-table covers, and more. Available in rolls, 59 in. x 150 ft.
At Heimtexil, the international trade fair for home and contract textiles held in Frankfurt, Germany this January, designer Karim Rashid (karimrashid.com) partnered with HP “to bring the possibilities of digital printing to life” in the HP Lounge. Rashid designed a lounge where everything – floor, furniture, and walls – was custom printed using HP Latex print technologies.
Roland DG Corp., parent company of US-based Roland DGA, has announced the opening of a new manufacturing facility based in Bangkok, Thailand, for the company’s digital printing equipment. It is the company’s first manufacturing center located outside of Japan.
The Client: Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame
Tools & Supplies: HP Designjet L25500 printer, 3M Controltac IJ180-CV3 vinyl, R-Tape 5-mil overlaminate, Royal Sovereign laminator
Master Magnetics (www.magnetsource.com) showcased its FlexIron, a flexible, ferrous material that attracts magnets (flexible and ceramic). Both front and back surfaces attract magnets; it can be drilled or cut with scissors, knife, dye, or punch. Standard width is 24 in., but other sizes are available.