FGA to host wall coverings webinar

February 2nd, 2016

The Fabric Graphics Association (FGA) of Industrial Fabrics Association International (IFAI) will host a webinar on wall coverings Feb. 4 at 10 a.m. The member-exclusive benefit will provide an overview of types of materials used in wall coverings along with specific case studies on how they can transform a space. Webinar presenters include: Tim Michell, […]

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Water-based digital inks

September 1st, 2015

The J-Lux series of dye-sub inks is comprised of water-based digital inks for polyester fabrics and substrates, featuring superior light fastness for applications such as fashion and home decoration fabrics, sportswear and flags and banners that require high resistance to light combined with brilliant color and image definition. The new inks have been launched in […]

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Line of digitally-printable materials offers eco-friendly options

September 1st, 2008

Cooley Digital Products, Pawtucket, R.I., introduces EnviroFlex™, a new line of environmentally responsible, lightweight and recyclable, digitally-printable materials. EnviroFlex offers a variety of eco-friendly options, including seven-ounce EnviroFlex Frontlit Lite, five-ounce EnviroFlex Lite High-Res, EnviroFlex Polyflex Lite, and lighter weight EnviroFlex Poly-Poster and EnviroFlex PolyPoster HighRes. EnviroFlex is up to 60 percent lighter in weight […]

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Eco-friendly digitally printable materials reduce installation time

August 1st, 2008

EnviroFlex™, a new line of eco-friendly and lightweight digitally printable materials for billboards, banners and other applications, offers a variety of options: Frontlit Lite (7-ounce), Lite High-Res (5-ounce), PolyFlex Lite (5.5-ounce), PolyPoster and PolyPoster HighRes (3.8-ounce). Up to 60 percent lighter than an industry standard 12-ounce substrate, EnviroFlex can reduce installation time and lower overall […]

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Textile designers rethink digital printing

May 1st, 2008

From trompe l’oeil to edgy to personalized, digitally printed fabric is beginning to catch the imagination of more textile designers—even those who previously viewed the method as inferior. “Ugh, the computer does it, it’s digital.” That’s the reaction that Raylene Marasco, ower of Dye-Namix, New York, N.Y., came to expect from clients and designers. But […]

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Graphics RIP allows maximum output

May 1st, 2008

DigiFab Systems, Los Angeles, Calif., a manufacturer of pre- and post-press digital printing equipment, CAD and RIP software, and pre-treated textiles, announces the new DigiFab Evolution Graphics RIP. The new graphics raster image processor (RIP) offers smoother continuous tones, support for 12-color printers, and 16-bit processing capabilities. A RIP allows users to get the maximum […]

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Avery Graphics introduces 3 digitally printable products

May 1st, 2008

Avery Graphics, Hamilton, Ohio, introduced three new digitally printable products at ISA: MPI 2601, a wall film that is easy to apply and remove; MPI 2150, a digital, translucent film for interior and exterior backlit signage; and, MPI 3900 Matte and MPI 3910 Gloss Promotional Films that are ideal for POP, trade shows and promotional […]

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