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Textured wall coverings/banners

September 1, 2012

Ultraflex introduces Bali Hai to its Wallscapes line. Bali Hai has a fine, granular texture that helps prevent glare. It can be used in eco-solvent, solvent, latex, UV and screen printing of wall coverings and banners. Bali Hai is formulated without cadmium and lead and passes all requirements of CCCW-408-D for mold/mildew/bacterial resistance. It is …

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Flag printers

Graphics One LLC offers a direct-to-fabric integrated flag-making system with its FlagMaster printer series. Printers are available in 44 and 64 inch widths. They utilize integrated ink gutter trays, synchronized heat fixation units and four-color printheads. GO FlagMaster promises up to 1440 dpi resolution. SOURCE Graphics One

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Double-side printable blockout

DSS Pro 14-ounce Blockout from Ultraflex is a smooth two-sided blockout banner material that is printable on both sides. The refined scrim pattern of DSS Pro promises a large color range at high speeds with low ink consumption. DSS Pro is available in widths from 39 to 80 inches and standard lengths of 164 and …

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Sublimation ink

Sawgrass Technologies offers the SubliJet-R sublimation ink system for the Ricoh GX e7700N. SubliJet-R is specially formulated for the Ricoh platform. SubliJet-R’s high-capacity ink cartridges provide extended uninterrupted printing without the need for a separate bulk ink system. The Ricoh GX e7700N loaded with SubliJet-R ink includes free color management software. The professional-grade system handles …

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Polyester print canvas

MultiTex C220 from Ultraflex is a 6.5-ounce canvas made from 100-percent polyester spun yarn. The construction and coating make it an economical choice for fine art reproduction, indoor displays, wall murals and other art décor applications. The canvas is compatible with eco-solvent, latex, solvent and UV inks. MultiTex C220 can be stretched and framed and …

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Wall-mounted banner updates offices’ look

By Mason Riddle The project. IFAI wanted to freshen up its home offices in Roseville, Minn, in anticipation of a June 2012 annual Board of Directors meeting. IFAI wanted a new look, one that would update the organization’s rather bland headquarters and imbue it with a stronger visual identity. IFAI was seeking solutions that would …