Digital electronic displays just keep getting smaller. Case in point: Bowman Displays’ Digital Video Badge, which plays high-resolution graphic images, and video, and can be worn by retail clerks and sales staff to engage clients and really push a marketing message.
Innova Art has launched its Décor Art ES, a new semi-gloss, rough-textured art paper that’s compatible with all eco-solvent printers.
The new product is a 13-mil (260-gm) bright-white paper targeted at production print providers in the open edition printmaking and décor market. Designed to emulate the traditional texture of a rough-surface watercolor paper, Décor Art ES is available in roll widths of 30, 54, and 60 inches x 100 feet on a 3-inch core. Eco-solvent printer compatibility includes Canon, Epson, Mimaki, Mutoh, and Roland.
Daige has introduced Solo, a cold laminator designed to be a one-person finishing system.
Features include top and bottom nip rollers covered with hard silicone, steel cores, automatic take up, spring-loaded top rollers and a heavy-duty motor. A print holder in front makes it easy to laminate long prints, reports the company. The Solo can accommodate boards up to ½-in. thick for mounting prints. It’s comprised of steel and aluminum and is available in 25-, 38-, 55- and 65-in. widths.
Roland has opened its Roland DGA Creative Center—a gallery of innovative applications produced on Roland printers—in the company’s headquarters in Irvine, California. The US gallery joins a network of other Creative Centers that include galleries in Japan, Belgium, Italy, and Germany.
Three industry events of note are already slotted for 2010 calendars, all taking place within the same week: