STS Inks Compact 24-in. Printer
The system can print onto non-treated cotton, silk, polyester, denim, nylon, leather and 50/50 blends.
Developed in partnership with MUTOH, the Direct-to-Film (DTF) modular system from STS Inks features a compact 24-in. printer built to fit on a tabletop or rolling stand in any size shop. With the ability to quickly create custom t-shirts and apparel, the system can print onto non-treated cotton, silk, polyester, denim, nylon, leather and 50/50 blends; works equally well with both white and dark textiles; and allows users to choose a matte or glossy finish. DTF also requires no cutting or weeding, producing less waste while creating crisp edges.
Mimaki USA’s JV330-130/160
Features Mimaki Weaving Dot Technology (MWDT), which changes the order of ink-droplet placement depending on conditions.
Large-format inkjet printer prints speeds of 226 sq. ft./hr. in standard mode with four colors and 142 sq. ft./hr. with eight. Features Mimaki Weaving Dot Technology (MWDT), which changes the order of ink-droplet placement depending on conditions; and value-added functions, including an XY slitter, media changer and more.
Ascent Equipment’s 3D Pro
The industrial 3D printer can process fire-retardant (FR) materials.
With a maximum object size of 24 x 24 x 5 in., the industrial 3D printer can process fire-retardant (FR) materials, uses SolidFuse slicer software to convert 2D to 3D, and can run two colors (two filaments in, one nozzle out). Includes a color touch screen, removable build surface plate and UL-certified power supply.
Avery Dennison’s Dusted Crystal
Available in a matte and luster finish, the frosted film offers privacy while diffusing light in interior spaces.
Decorative architectural window film features wet-apply, quick-release adhesive that allows it to be repositioned during installation, and removed after drying with no residue left on the glass. Available in a matte and luster finish, the frosted film offers privacy while diffusing light in interior spaces.
GF 765 Rainbow Holographic Film
Compatible with solvent, latex and UV-curable inks.
Featuring permanent adhesive and a 6-mil thickness for easy handling, this film is suitable for decals, retail displays, packaging and other applications. Compatible with solvent, latex and UV-curable inks.
Roland DGA’s ESM-SGC2 (Solvent Gloss Canvas)
The gloss canvas contains no optical brighteners and has archival properties.
Consisting of 65% polyester/35% cotton blends with an Oxford weave to mimic the look and feel of traditional artist canvas, this 22-mil media has an increased white point for enhanced image definition. The gloss canvas contains no optical brighteners and has archival properties. Available in 30- and 54-in. widths.
SloanLED’s BrightLINE 2
Features prism lens technology to redirect otherwise wasted light.
Designed for single-sided, fabric-face lightbox illumination, this upgraded lighting solution consumes less energy than the previous version, allowing more product per power supply and 6500 K and 4000 K color temperatures (CCT). Features prism lens technology to redirect otherwise wasted light.
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