The latest edition of Sign Africa Journal is online. In this issue, we feature the Docan FR3210T, distributed by Antalis South Africa. The company has announced major success with the Docan brand, having recently installed a Docan FR3210T at Imvakalelo Digital in Cape Town.
Other features in this issue:
- Applying the correct calculation when wiring LED’s: signs need to be wired correctly to ensure an evenly illuminated sign with no hot spots.
- Introduction to 3D LED resin letters: LED channel letters finished with EZ Ultra Lumens epoxy resin do not require traditional Perspex or acrylic facings and make for an unusual, impactful, neat and striking result.
- DSCOOP EMEA keeps attendees at forefront of development in digital printing: Over 1200 attendees gathered at the Dscoop Europe, Middle East and Africa (EMEA) event, held in Lyon from 7-9 June. Sign Africa was invited to see the latest developments in the digital printing industry.
- Transfer Printing, Part 4, Recognising and solving problems: the digital transfer printing market has been growing for years, partly at the expense of classic silkscreen printing, but it has also opened the way for new opportunities and markets.
- Sign Africa breaks new ground in Zambia – all the highlights from the expo.
- Why UV Ink? Counting the benefits: UV ink enables print businesses to enter new and niche markets and to experiment with novel industrial applications.
- FESPA Hamburg 2017 Review.
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