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This week's Digital Queue includes The Hard Side of Fabric, the fourth part of our six-part fabric signage series. Here, we discuss making the choice between direct-to-print and transfer fabric dye sublimation printing. Hear directly from manufacturers about their products and what they recommend. Look for a full feature article on the topic in an upcoming issue of Digital Output. 

[ Volume IX Issue 33 ]   [ August 24, 2007 ]

 exclusive editorial  > Capture  > Creation  > Output  > Finishing

The Hard Side of Fabric
If you're about to go into fabric signage, first consider if direct to print or dye sublimation transfer is right for you. Depending on the application, you may choose one over the other. Here, several industry leaders weigh in with their thoughts about making the choice between direct to print and dye sublimation transfer printers. They also share their latest hardware...more >>   


 recent coverage  > Capture  > Creation  > Output  > Finishing  

2007 Wide Format Graphics Market
The wide format graphics market generated total manufacturer revenues at the retail level for hardware, media, and ink of $8.9 billion in 2006 and is expected to generate manufacturer revenues of $11.9 billion in 2011, a CAGR of 6%. The market is becoming increasingly competitive as new product categories, such as UV flatbed and roll to roll, compete with aqueous and aggressive solvent inkjet printers for PFP volume and dollar...more >>

Large Format Viewpoint
The large format market is dynamic and constantly evolving with new hardware, software, and substrates. April’s International Sign Expo displayed an abundance of new technology. Our annual Large Format Viewpoint looks at the market from the manufacturers’ perspective. We asked various industry leaders to share their thoughts on the state of the large format market, which we categorize as 24-inch output and higher. Their knowledge and forecasts provide us with a deeper understanding of market changes, and more specifically where their company positions itself. What these individuals see as important today, will most likely show up as the next generation of technology in the graphic arts. ..more>>

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 industry news  > Capture  > Creation  > Output  > Finishing  

Wasatch Supports Popular UV-Curable Printers - Workflow

LexJet's Sunset Fibre Elite Photo Media - Media & Substrates

EFI Connect User Conference Returns to Lynn Las Vegas - Digital Printing

ICS' Remote Director Monitor Proofing Software - Workflow

Gerber Scientific M Series Flatbed Cutting Systems - Finishing

Artgrafix Introduces New Adhesives and Laminates - Media & Substrates

Roland Launches Summer Trade-In Promotion - Digital Printing

Arlon Launches New Decal Film - Media & Substrates

Kompac Technologies, LLC Exhibiting at Graph Expo - Finishing

FedEx Kinko's Escalates Expansion Efforts - Digital Printing

Avery Graphics Releases Improved Reflective Film - Media & Substrates

Mid-State Graphics Introduces Fineline Papers - Media & Substrates

InteliCoat Technologies' Magic Brand Inkjet Media - Media & Substrates

MACtac Worldwide Graphics Awards Program is Underway - Media & Substrates

Image Specialists Launches New Line of Mimaki JV3 Compatible Inks - Inks


Editorial Mission: To provide a practical guide to success for all who work in the graphic arts industry. Our editorial exclusively targets managers and users of digital printing and publishing tools including capture, creation, output, and finishing. Through product reviews, application stories, and columns from industry leaders, we show you how to grow your business.

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