Mimaki has revealed the CF22-1225, a 4 x 8-foot flatbed cutting plotter compatible with FineCut8 and RasterLink6 Plus software. The most recent version of the RasterLink RIP platform features an ID Cut function, a barcode system where job data is output by the printer and read by the cutter, and more.
Condé System’s new ColorLyte Photo Glass series is designed to give dye sublimated photos an illuminated effect as light passes through the material. The frosted white glass features rounded edges and wide-format sizes, including 16 x 24- and 20 x 30-in. options. Requires the use of a 1/16-in. green rubber pad and ½-in. Nomex felt pad for production.
Orbus Partners with Donco Recycling Solutions
October 4, 2017
SGIA has announced the 2018 SGIA Board of Directors. Edward Cook Jr. of ECI Screen Print has been named chairman, with WestRock Merchandising Displays’ Thomas Cooper named first vice chairman and Holland & Crosby’s Scott Crosby serving as second vice chairman. Rich Thompson, Ad Graphics, will serve as immediate past chairman.
Design Group Exhibits, a distributor of Nimlok and Orbus Exhibit and Display Group based in LaGrange, Georgia, has launched an e-commerce website. TradeShowsExtreme.com offers exhibitors the option to purchase portable display products online, including a mobile-friendly format. The webstore features a range of portable, modular, and fabric products with product information, images, setup instructions, videos, graphic templates, and more.
Durst US has announced a distribution agreement with Media One Digital Imaging Solutions. Media One will now distribute Durst’s Rho, Rhotex, and Alpha printer lines.
“We expect to add significant value outside of the equipment in paper, fabric, sewing, and calendar finishing options,” says Media One CEO Jason Bartusick in a release.
Nimlok has published three new educational resources for tradeshow exhibitors.
Magic has added a variety of fabric media. New additions include:
Huntsman Textile Effects has released the Teratop XKS HL line of reactive inks for digital printing onto polyester fibers. The line is engineered for light and weather fastness on automotive, outdoor furnishing, and home textile applications. The inks are compatible with Kyocera printheads and designed to offer faster production, minimal ink consumption, less waste, and reduced equipment maintenance, according to the company.
Mohawk has added three new products to its Wide Format Inkjet portfolio: