Costa Mesa, CA - Paradigm Imaging Group had partnered with SID Signs to exhibit this past April at the 2017 ISA International Sign Expo in Las Vegas. This year their booth set a record amount of visitors from past ISA shows.
Booth visitors were the first to see the newly released products from SID Signs as well as seeing SID's already popular finishing equipment.
SID Galaxy 320 Eco-Solvent Printer Series - The SID GALAXY 320 Series Eco-Solvent printers feature industrial- grade Toshiba printheads with 5/10/15pl variable dot technolgoy and 8 grayscale levels to output stunning photographic prints at resolutions up to 2,400 dpi. Available in 4 color (CMYK), 6 color (CMYKLcLm) and 2xCMYK models with maximum media widths from 72" to 126", the SID GALAXY model reaches blazing production speeds of 1,087 sqft/hr. This printer truly produces high resolution images at breathtaking speeds.
SID Galaxy Apollo UV Printer Series - The SID GALAXY APOLLO UV flatbed printer accuracy is ensured by nine individual vacuum zones. Lower operating costs are built into the printer by the US manufactured LED UV lamps with a life span of 20,000 hours. The Japanese printhead technology and UV curable inks provide optimal quality and outdoor durability for graphics. The white ink option (spot, background or overprint layers) allows printing on a broad range of substrates. Easy to operate with our Flexi Print RIP included, the SID Galaxy Apollo UV will become a new profit center for your business!
Also on the show floor were some of SID Sign's popular finishing equipment models. The SID XL1390 51"x35" Laser Engraver cut and engraved acrylic sample items and the SL1600-EW 62" Heat-Assist Laminator beautifully finished smooth and wrinkle-free vibrant prints.
Randy Geesman, president of Paradigm Imaging Group: “We welcome the opportunity to connect with the wide format community at these events. In addition to demonstrating the latest products from industry leaders such as SID Signs, we also are able to receive valuable information from attendees regarding their current needs and challenges."