Breaking Down Dye Sub, Part 4 – Sign and Digital Graphics Magazine

Part 4  of this great five part series on dye sublimation textile printing delves into the numerous fabric finishing options being used in the graphics industry today and gives great advice on which option is best for different applications. From sewing and serging to welding and grommeting, each method is covered in detail. Read this great five part series on dye-sublimation written by our own Mike Syverson.

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October 6, 2014

PCI Graphics Shows Versatility With The Neo104

More Than Stands: PCI Graphics shows the versatility of trade show signage.
Trade show environments provide substantial sales opportunities for PCI. Today’s brand owners are savvy to innovative graphics that draw passersby into their booths. Traditional banner stand art, hanging signs, and rigid display pieces are complemented by decals found on floors and walls, digitally printed tablecloths, and even personalized carpet. There is no limit when it comes to promotional capabilities. Read how PCI uses the Neo104 DS and REXframe textile framing system to produce awe-inspiring grand format graphics. Check out this time-lapse video of PCI assembling a framed, custom backdrop for the Congressional Fire Services Institute.

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October 6, 2014

Merritt Graphics Adds An Eos126 DS To Its Lineup

Digital textile printing is a growing opportunity for wide-format applications. It is quickly transforming the world of display graphics in the exhibit, POP, and retail market segments and continues to revolutionize the print industry. To capitalize on this, Merritt Graphics of East Hartford, CT added an Eos126 DS to its lineup of wide format equipment.

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January 8, 2013

Printer Technology Advantage – Fabric Graphics Magazine

Paul Lilienthal, President at Pictura Graphics in Minneapolis, talks about increasing fabric production with the Evo33. Pictura can now offer their customers enhanced print quality, cost benefits, and a more environmentally friendly product all while improving in-house production capacity and efficiency.

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January 2, 2013

Breaking Down Dye Sub: The complete 5-part series – Sign and Digital Graphics Magazine

Everything you need to know about dye sublimation printing can be found all in one place. Start with the basics of inks and printers then move on to more specifics of the textile printing industry like types of fabrics, transfer papers, heat presses and calenders. Learn which finishing options are best for different applications and finally, take a look at the marketplace and see what’s driving growth and how you can grab your share of it.

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November 26, 2012

Dye Sub Finishing Options – Sign and Digital Graphics Magazine

Written by our own Mike Syverson, this article details the various finishing techniques used to produce soft signage. Whatever the application, finishing techniques can make the difference between a high-end looking product and something that isn’t compelling enough to compete in the marketplace.

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October 31, 2012

Breaking Down Dye Sub, Part 5 – Sign and Digital Graphics Magazine

The final installment of Sign and Digital Graphics’ five part series on digital dye sublimation printing presents an overview of the marketplace and its economic impact. Determine whether or not it makes sense for your company to enter into the $165 billion textile printing industry.

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