Coatings Inc makes a wide format product for ENCAD NovaJet Pro wide
format ink jet color printers far superior to mere static cling,
and much more practical than adhesive wide format media.
FLAAR staff Teddi DeLeo (Office Manager 1998) and Cindy Spiers
(retired Office Manager) admire the Photo-repositionable poster.
Once pressed against the glass the poster will stay there.
nice feature of wide format printers with thermal print head technology
in general (such as Encad, HP, and ColorSpan) is that you can use
all kinds of different media from traditional paper to a wide variety
of unusual materials.
It's all called "media" whether paper, synthetic, thick
or thin. Photo Gloss, Photo semi-gloss, and Photo matte are my three
favorite kinds of material to print on. The surface has to be coated
for ink jet inks... you cannot get a good print from an untreated
for wide format printers tends to come in rolls 100 feet long though
some special kinds of media comes in shorter, 30' rolls. 24"
is the minimum width. Even if you have a printer that can handle
36" or wider rolls, you can easily put on a 24" roll of
paper. However if you have a wide format printer it may be easier
and more economical to print 24" high across your full width
than to print 24" on 24" paper.
eye-catching image has been licensed to Weyerhaeuser for letter
and legal size color printing samples. If your digital imaging company
wishes to license an image(s) from the FLAAR Photo Archive, we have
thousands available. We also produce new images for specific purposes,
such as the unique textile pattern here, done for the FLAAR Digital
Imaging Resource Center for testing color media.
you need information on what inkjet media to consider for your own
wide format printing, we have two sources: first source are the
independent FLAAR Reports on inkjet media.
source is a company who knows media inside out, LexJet Direct. Contacts
for LexJet are Tel 800-453-9538, from outside USA 941-330-1210 ,
Fax 941-330-1220 e-mail for general information: email@example.com.
beautiful color of this Maya textile from Guatemala was possible
courtesy of a Fiery hardware RIP
from Electronics for Imaging (EFI) and a wide format printer courtesy
of Encad in 1997. We have upgraded to the HP DesignJet 5000, ColorSpan
Mach 12, and Mimaki JV4. Found out that EFI Fiery RIPs were non-upgradable
and lacked needed features, so we now use PosterJet, Wasatch, and other leading software
you really want technical details on inkjet media, inks, and/or
inkjet printhead technology, and especially if you wish to meet
the movers and shakers in this industry, be sure to sign up for
the next conference organized by IMI. Contact is firstname.lastname@example.org.
These seminars are outstanding; the senior review editor of FLAAR
usually attends because he can get so much fresh information for
the readers of the FLAAR Reports in PDF format and the FLAAR Information
Network of web sites.
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