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This week's Digital Queue includes Labeling a National Treasure, an Application Spotlight of Burlington, MA-based DGI-Invisuals. This full service shop took on the task of wrapping three, 25-foot-high Coca-Cola bottles at Boston's Fenway Park. Look for more Application Spotlights in each issue of Digital Output.

[ Volume IX Issue 44 ]   [ November 09, 2007 ]

 exclusive editorial  > Capture  > Creation  > Output  > Finishing

Labeling a National Treasure 
Dye sublimation, digital wall murals, wallpaper, vinyl banners, flexible substrates, rigid substrates, tradeshows, and vehicle wraps. The list of projects that Burlington, MA-based DGI-Invisuals creates could go on forever.

The shop, which opened in 1994, truly is a full service digital provider in every meaning of the word. "When we get a client, we don't have to say, 'we can give you anything you want as long as it is vinyl'," shares Bob Bekesha, VP of marketing and sales, DGI-Invisuals. "We are able to give them the whole gamut so they can get what they need at the best bang for their buck. We're looking for a long-term relationship with our client that will eventually help build our business." Thanks to the variety DGI-Invisuals offers, they are a sole provider for their clients ...more >>  


 recent coverage  > Capture  > Creation  > Output  > Finishing  


Novel Alternatives
While digital printing has garnered an understandable share of enthusiasm and interest in the sign industry, traditional techniques and new signage applications are quietly flourishing under the radar. Digital prints have made tremendous strides in longevity and outdoor durability, but many feel they do not offer the permanence of engraved materials. "There are some applications, like outdoor office and corporate signs, that just can't be done digitally...more >>

Reflecting Success in Rhode Island
In a digital age were standing out from a crowd can be challenging, flatbed printing on rigid substrates helps give you that edge. Owning a flatbed printer doubles your service options. You can print on an odd arrangement of substrates, including, but not limited to, glass, metal, cardboard, plastic, and wood. Judy Wilson, president, Renaissance Creative Imaging, certainly learned this when she purchased her EFI/VUTEk PressVu 200/600 UV flatbed printer three years ago...more>>

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 industry news  > Capture  > Creation  > Output  > Finishing  

Two-Ply Econokore Offers Lower Cost & Greater Stability - Media & Substrates

L&P Digital Technologies' VirtuHD8 -  Wide Format Printing


Vista System Introduces Double Sided Table Sign - Finishing

Ink2Image's New Nine Ink Bulk Feed for Epson Photo R2400 - Inks

L&P Digital Technologies' Virtu130 DirectUV - Wide Format Printing

ProEDGE Celebrates 10th Anniversary - Finishing 

Roland's New 64-inch SOLJET PRO Wins DPI Award - Wide Format Printing

Oce Expands Oce Pro-Select Media Line - Media & Substrates

FoldingFrame Hinge Device Features Stop Clip - Finishing

3P Appoints Sales Partner for South Africa - Media & Substrates

DuPont Expands Sales of Digital Textile Inks to OEMs - Inks

The Kerfkore Company Introduces FlexGreen - Media & Substrates

Inca Introduces New 6-Color Columbia Turbo Plus - Wide Format Printing

HP Unveils Next Generation for Superwide UV Printing - Wide Format Printing

InteliCoat's FAB-TAC with Repositionable Adhesive - Media & Substrates


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