Digital Printing-Wide Format - Roll to Roll
Tyler Reddick, an RCR driver, is going for his second win in the No. 2 Roland Chevrolet Camaro with full “Roland” vehicle wrap.
The device quickly and efficiently produces high-quality images for promotional products, soft signage, cut-and-sew fabrics, and more.
A Vancouver-based printing company, the Flag Shop, installed a EFI VUTEk FabriVU 340i dye-sublimation printer for improved quality.
This webinar will focus on digital wall covering industry trends and today’s growing range of materials.
The eight-color inkjet press develops CMYK, light black, red, green, and orange, for vibrant prints and effective color reproduction.
Harvey Meister, of Bloomington, Ill.-based GDS/BranDecor, is thrilled with his Océ Colorado wide-printer from Canon Solutions America.
Toronto-based Imaging Advertising Creations (IAC) installed the 17-ft. dye-sublimation printer to expand its market
Mike Speeney, co-owner of Limitless Walls in King, N.C., uses an Océ Colorado 1640 wide-format printer from Canon Solutions America.
With the expansion of wide-format printing, companies like Kennickell Group are able to offer a variety of wide-format options.
Jeremy Conner, owner of Who Did That Inc., and Chad Huhman, owner of CNJ Signs and Wraps, are on deck to judge the competition.