HP has revealed WallArt Suite, the newest version of its web-to-print platform designed for small- to medium-sized PSPs working with wallcoverings. The cloud-based system is free for HP Latex customers and offers features tailored to the design process, quotes, customer orders, and more.
New and updated features include:
Where many saw a political debate stirring after a law permitting licensed open carry in Texas took effect on January 1, the team at the SpeedPro Imaging in Irving saw a business opportunity.
Roland has introduced the VersaUV LEF-300, a new 30-in. benchtop UV-LED flatbed printer for graphics printing on a variety of substrates, including three-dimensional objects. The new model extends the width of the LEF-20 by 10 in., bringing the printable area to 30 x 13 in. on objects up to 3.94 in. thick. Possible media include PET, ABS, polycarbonate, TPU, leather, phone and laptop cases, signage, and promotional products; a built-in vacuum table holds thin and soft materials in place to simplify setup and reduce mistakes.
The unveiling of Vanguard Digital Printing Systems has been announced by its three co-founders: Dave Cich, Jim Peterson, and Jim Case.
To tackle the nation’s largest rebranding in 20 years, telecommunications giant eir turned to Universal Graphics to wrap a fleet of 1750 vans – with the first 205 to be completed within five weeks under a veil of secrecy. The graphics were printed on an HP Latex 3000 printer onto 3M wrapping film.
SGIA has announced its annual Safety Recognition Program, a free plan created to promote awareness of safety in the workplace. SGIA members who enroll by January 31 will participate in a bimonthly checklist designed to help PSPs identify potential safety issues throughout their shops.
Avery Dennison has chosen 15 favorite vinyl wraps of 2015. The selection includes five vehicle wraps, as well as 10 more unique vinyl applications:
Researchers at HRL Laboratories (Malibu, California), a physical science and engineering research firm, have announced the discovery of a method for 3D printing high-tech ceramics that can be used in high-stress environments, such as rockets, jet engines, space shuttles, insulation for computer chips, and ball bearings.
The US national synchronized swimming team performed this September in Times Square in a multicolored see-through swimming pool to promote their efforts to reach the 2016 Olympics. The athletes sported custom suits designed by Triflare and printed on the Epson SureColor F-Series of dye-sublimation printers.
Check out more great print projects from our November/December issue:
Ricoh has acquired direct-to-garment printer manufacturer AnaJet. Keep reading on our sister site.