Nimlok has announced a way to view custom exhibits in 3D via a mobile device or tablet. Users can download an application and scan a QR code to see details and areas of a large-scale. Nimlok will soon be providing the ability to view tailored exhibit concepts, display instructions, and more in 3D, electronically, reports Nimlok.
Lintec has added to its Mistlass Textured Decorative Window Graphics product line with a mirror finish glassine paper liner, compatible with both UV and latex printing, heat-shrinkage resistant, and cuttable with new paper liner. In 60-in. widths.
Marabu North America is now an authorized reseller for Mimaki’s UJF-3042FX and UJF-3042HG printers.
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The guides are to help customers match the right latex-compatible Sihl media to their printer and application. The color-coded guide includes Sihl’s entire latex portfolio, applications, and product match-ups as well as a latex printer overview.
The newest addition to Drytac’s digital print media line is SilkScape, an 8-mil, 99% opaque banner material with a satin matte finish and single-sided print-receptive coating. SilkScape is made of multi-layer white polypropylene and is curl resistant. Designed for retractable banner stands and compatible with solvent, eco-solvent, and UV printers, the new banner media is available in 36-in.-wide rolls.
FiberMark has launched Endura Stick-P 150, its PVC-free alternative to pressure-sensitive vinyl. Endura Stick-P 150 is a bright white, cellulose-based digital print media with a matte finish, manufactured with a permanent pressure-sensitive adhesive. Compatible with latex, eco-solvent, solvent, and UV-curable printers, Endura Stick-P 150 is made with sustainable materials, and contains no phthalates, heavy metals, or harsh chemicals, the company reports. Available in 54- and 60-in. widths.
“Fine-art work is not for the faint of heart,” says Jon Scott, owner of JS Graphics, a custom-print studio located just about five miles from McCormick Place.
In business since 1983, the shop has re-invented itself every three or four years, says Scott, in order to keep the revenues coming in. “We’re graphic artists – we’ve learned to digitize anything, for whatever needs – from offset to inkjet, for any process,” he says. “But fine art is our passion.”
“Innovate, integrate, communicate.” That’s the tag line for Print13, the graphics extravaganza that replaces Graph Expo every four years and is the largest North American print show. And indeed, the event – which takes place September 8-12 at Chicago’s McCormick Place – is designed to prod graphics professionals to take just those steps in finding success and profitability.
Consider this a speed date: You have just a few minutes to check out the visual, garner the most important details, and decide what you’d like to bring home with you.
In reality, of course, you have more time to make a decision for your shop and your client. But the idea of taking these display systems on a mini-date (and checking out their website beforehand) isn’t a bad option.
When it comes to digitally printed wallpaper, Spoonflower has it covered.
Since last fall, the Durham, North Carolina, company has been pursuing opportunities in the highly specialized market for custom-printed wallpaper. Building on its notable success with digitally printed fabric over the last five years, Spoonflower is looking to adapt that same business model to wallpaper – offering consumers and professionals worldwide the option of choosing from thousands of designs, or uploading their own for custom printing.