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HP Inc. (Palo Alto, CA) has unveiled its new HP Latex Printer, which utilizes water-based HP Latex technology. The new model is available in the Print and Cut series, offering an end-to-end solution for printing and cutting. The 54-in. HP Latex 115 Printer also is an end-to-end solution for producing applications like customizable clothing, decals, labels, stickers and window graphics. The printer offers an output of up to 1,200 dpi and six-color printing. For more information, visit hp.com/go/latex .

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The Intl. Sign Assn. (ISA; Alexandria, VA) announces that some 62 sign, graphics and visual communications companies in 66 locations will address one of the most pressing workforce issues — recruiting the next generation of workers — during Sign Manufacturing Day 2017. The event will be held Oct. 6, throughout the US and Canada. Sign Manufacturing Day, in conjunction with the National Assn. of Manufacturers, is now in its fifth year. Participation has dramatically increased each year; in its inaugural event in 2013, nine companies in 13 locations participated. That same day, the Sign Research Foundation will reach university students...

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Canon Solutions America, Inc. (Mellville, NY) announced that its Large Format Solutions division has collaborated with Contex, one of the world's largest developers and producers of large-format imaging solutions, to offer Contex IQ Quattro scanners. The Quattro scanners can be used stand-alone or paired with most Canon large format printers, including the Océ PlotWave Series or Océ ColorWave printers. Ideal for technical project workgroups, IQ Quattro scanners can be networked with an entire workgroup and cloud-enabled so anyone on the project team can operate and perform job enhancements from smartphone devices. End users will also be able to leverage the...

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swissQprint (Kriessern, Switzerland) will debut the Oryx LED printer in November. This 8.2 x 6.6-ft. (2.5 x 2-m) flatbed printer will process jobs at a maximum output of 65 sq. m/hr. This machine will use LED technology to print on acrylic, aluminum composite panels, wood, tarpaulin, polyester, polycarbonate, polystyrene, (high-density) PVC, flexible foam panels, glass and metal. Printing onto difficult, heat-sensitive materials such as textiles, films and paperboard will also be possible. For more information, visit swissqprint.com.

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