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Avery unveils its new vehicle wrap with ‘220% elongation’

Avery Dennison has unveiled a new vehicle wrap with “elongation properties which would set new standards for premium overlaminates”. “The new DOL 1400 Z Series can elongate up to 220% ensuring good installation performance and visually arresting printed designs,” say the makers.

“Gloss DOL 1460Z, Matt DOL 1480Z and new Lustre DOL 1470Z PVC film bring not only new levels of conformability and clarity to highly demanding graphics applications but also give a long durability to the printed graphics - up to 6 years vertical and 3 years horizontal.”

Oliver Guenther, senior director, Marketing and Channel Strategy, said that DOL 1400 Z materials are designed to meet customer’s expectations for the most challenging wrapping jobs: “These new

Mimaki announces strategic partnership with Gravograph

Mimaki USA, a global industry leader of wide-format inkjet printers and cutters, announces a strategic partnership with Gravograph, part of the Gravotech Group, a worldwide leader of innovative engraving, cutting and marking solutions for CNC rotary milling/engraving machines and Galvo and gantry laser systems. The partnership allows Mimaki USA to distribute Gravotech’s products, including mechanical and laser engravers as well as engraving materials, throughout the U.S.

“People interact

Unilux inspection strobe is now IP65 certified

Improvements to the LED Beacon provide peace-of-mind when inspecting formation activity and analyzing machine vibration on paper machines.

Unilux, one of the leading designer and manufacturer of inspection strobes, announces that the LED Beacon is now IP65-rated (water and pulp-resistant).
The strobe is used to ‘freeze’ motion up to 15 feet (4.6 meters) away, allowing mill personnel to evaluate critical processes at full production speed.

“The LED Beacon was the first LED strobe powerful enough to

Trotec unveils new models

Trotec unveiled the most recent addition to its Speedy laser series at the ISA show in Las Vegas.

The laser manufacturer showcased the new Speedy 400 at the ISA show in booth #3853, demonstrated how the new model produces high-quality results even at its maximum engraving speed of 170 inches per second – which is 30 inches per second faster than the previous model. The new model also features a revolutionary new motion planning system called OptiMotion, which calculates the cutting speed and