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Sign Products Wrap-Up for March




Roland DGA TrueVIS Line

Adds six new inkjets to series.

Roland DGA Corp. demonstrates “there’s always room for one more” — or in this case, six. An expansion of the company’s TrueVIS line offers half a dozen inkjets joining their product family. The newly launched models include the TrueVIS LG-640 UV Printer/Cutter (front/center), as well as (rear, left to right) the TrueVIS MG-300 UV Printer/Cutter, TrueVIS VG3-540 Printer/Cutter, TrueVIS SG3-540 Printer/Cutter, and TrueVIS AP-640 Resin Printer.

Roland DGA

HP Production Matte Canvas

Sharp detail, accurate color, and REACH compliance.

This new 2-over-1 weave matte canvas prints “sharp detail and accurate color” and is intended to meet demand for wall graphics and custom décor from businesses, hospitality, retail and more. Features a bright white polyester canvas base and a lightly textured matte finish. Compatible with a wide variety of popular liquid laminates and is REACH compliant.


Epson’s SureColor F6470

Featuring an integrated ink system using 1.6-liter UltraChrome DS Ink packs.

Four-color dye sub printer produces high-quality images for promotional products, apparel, home décor, soft signage and more. PrecisionCore MicroTFP printhead enables transfering images at speeds up to 820 sq. ft./hr. Features an integrated ink system using 1.6-liter UltraChrome DS Ink packs to continuously deliver rich color saturation and contrast.



SAi EnRoute 23

Offering more than 20 new features in its latest update.

Latest update includes more than 20 new features, including setup manager (enables users to configure the menus and toolbars), new profile tools (support for ogee and beading tools, DXF and PDFs can be used to define tools), simulation of profile tools (users can ensure results before cutting), corner fine (enables selection of smaller radius/ball-nose end mill tools to achieve sharp internal corners) and more.

SA International

Roland DGA VersaSTUDIO BN-20D

Users can create custom T-shirts, tote bags, aprons and more.

Direct-to-film (DTF) printer for apparel decoration consists of specially formulated S-PG inks in CMYK and White, S-F164 direct transfer film and S-POWDER direct transfer powder. Users can create custom T-shirts, tote bags, aprons and more in just four steps, with no weeding or masking required. Can also be used as a stand-alone vinyl cutter via included VersaWorks RIP software.

Roland DGA

Fisher Textiles ET9410 Soft Knit

Fabric is “extremely” wrinkle resistant and soft.

Designed for frontlit SEG, banners and backdrops. Contains 32.9 recycled PET bottles (500ml) per linear yard. Fabric is “extremely” wrinkle resistant and soft. An economical graphic for retailers on tight budgets or with frequent changeouts, and a strong sustainability culture. Weighs 6 oz./sq. yd., is stocked 126 in. wide and is flame retardant (NFPA 701).

Fisher Textiles


A-SUB DTF Printer & Powder Shaker

Easy to use touch screen.

DTF printer features an easy-to-use touch screen. Paper feed and take-up with tension system allow complete and unattended production, from printing to loading. Adjustable temperature, infrared and heated drying protect color reproduction. Vacuum absorption conveying platform absorbs print material to ensure the material does not bulge or run off.


GF 209AE MetroMark

Conformable opaque film for windows, walls, and short-term vehicle graphics.

A conformable opaque film designed for short-term transit advertising with an “excellent” white point, engineered for printing across eco-solvent, solvent, latex, and UV printers. Manufactured with air-egress technology and clean-removing MetroMark adhesive, and intended for smooth-surface applications such as windows, walls and short-term vehicle graphics.

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