Canon Solutions America, LFS

The App Room: A Look at How Plaques and Awards are Produced
October 13, 2016 at 8:57 am

The App Room, featuring Randy Paar, manager, marketing - Display Graphics for Canon Solutions America, will show a range of high-margin applications that can be produced with Canon Solutions Americas’ flatbed printers, cutters, and software. The next application, plaques and awards, shows the variety of different designs that can be produced from scratch or by using store bought components, and then printed on an Océ Arizona printer and the Océ ProCut digital finishing system.

The App Room: How to Produce a Display Rack
October 13, 2016 at 8:57 am

The App Room, featuring Randy Paar, manager, marketing - Display Graphics for Canon Solutions America, will show a range of high-margin applications that can be produced with Canon Solutions Americas’ flatbed printers, cutters, and software. For the next application, Paar shows us how to construct a display rack manufactured from inexpensive light-weight corrugate. The display rack was printed using an Océ Arizona UV printer on a honeycomb board, with vinyl finishing strip added to the stand base. The Océ ProCut digital finishing system was also used.

The App Room: How to Create a Stained Glass Look
October 13, 2016 at 8:56 am

The App Room, featuring Randy Paar, manager, marketing - Display Graphics for Canon Solutions America, will show a range of high-margin applications that can be produced with Canon Solutions Americas’ flatbed printers, cutters, and software. Paar takes a look at another exciting application, stained glass. This example was produced using two different printing processes — printed second surface on the back of the polycarbonate for the glass colors, and then printing first surface with the raised letters to give a tactile feel of actual leading. Given the wide range of substrates that can be used on the Océ Arizona printer, a finishing device, such as the Océ ProCut, is ideal for cutting all of those substrates.

The App Room: How to Create a Day/Night Backlit Image
October 13, 2016 at 8:55 am

The App Room, featuring Randy Paar, manager, marketing - Display Graphics for Canon Solutions America, will show a range of high-margin applications that can be produced with Canon Solutions Americas’ flatbed printers, cutters, and software. In this video, Paar shows us how a day/night backlit image is created. Traditionally, graphics designed for displays have been printed either for daytime or nighttime (backlit) viewing, but not both. Recent advances allow the printing of images that look gorgeous whether the light is coming in from the front or behind. The printer used to create the day/night backlit image was the Océ Arizona 6170 XTS. The white ink allows the capability to print on clear materials and use that as a diffuser.