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Volume XII Issue 4 | January 29, 2010
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The last part in our series on large format photography focuses on David Saffir, an avid user of technology from HP. You can read more about large format photography and the tools used in the February issue of Digital Output. Don't forget to follow Digital Output on Twitter, @DO_Magazine for timely announcements.

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All in the Family
David Saffir grew up a member of a creative family, "surrounded by people interested in making art," he fondly remembers. His mother and aunt were painters; his sister and an uncle both photographers. "I didn’t get serious about photography until about two years before digital became a viable tool... more >>
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Fast Change Frames
Alpina offers FlipUp front load frames and top or side loading Slide-In frames.

Banner Stretching Frames
Also from Alpina, the new banner stretching frame.

Bloomingdale Signs by Tomorrow
This print service provider offer production roll-to-roll printing up to 16 feet wide and UV flatbed printing up to 6.5x10.5 feet.

Stand Strong and Tall
Banner stands and installation are the final elements in display creation. They often play a critical role in long-lasting and visually appealing graphics. "Banner stands are basically a way to display or finish graphics," notes Jerry Hill, VP of sales and marketing, Drytac Corporation. "Adding banner stands and portable displays was a natural addition to our product line." Drytac celebrates over 30 years of experience... more >>

A Kaleidoscope of Crisp Cuts
Digital finishing is a broad term. Plotters, print-to-cut machines, laser cutting systems, routers, and even semi-automatic devices fall under this category. For many print service providers (PSPs), the best fit is based on commonly used substrates, efficiency, and footprint. Versatility is a big draw in digital finishing. "Many printers need a wider range of routing tools for maximum application coverage," admits Steve Urmano, marketing manager, Mimaki USA, Inc. Additional knifes allow for... more >>
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