Easy Image Wallcover features a patent-pending adhesive system that enables end-users to quickly and easily install wall murals and graphics. As shown in the video, it can reduce installation time by up to 60%.
DaVinci Technologies has announced the release of a brand new product. DaVinci Type II Wallcover is a high-performance digitally printable wallcovering. It features a durable non-adhesive backing and a bright white vinyl face. Available in three unique textures, DaVinci Type II Wallcover is a true commercial grade media. It is designed for high-traffic areas where there is a potential for above average wear. Ideal application areas include public settings such as waiting rooms, classrooms, retail stores, restaurants, public transportation facilities, and more.
All three variations available, which includes Sandstorm, Stubble, and Glazed, produce stunning imagery, vivid colors and can cover slight blemishes on the wall. It can also mask nicks and dings that may happen in the future.
DaVinci’s new line of wallcover media is formulated and tested to meet a variety of fire safety, environmental health, and mold & mildew control certifications. It was specifically developed to comply with local, state and federal building and fire codes. It is available in 54” x 150’ roll sizes and compatible with latex, solvent/eco-solvent, UV Inks
For more information, visit https://davinci-technologies.com/product/davinci-type-ii-wallcover/
DaVinci Technologies is leading provider of solutions for the digital wide format printing industry ranging from equipment and general purpose media to innovative specialty media for unique applications. Their product line ranges from HP Latex Printers, Finishing Equipment and Inkjet Media to cleaning solutions designed specifically for the printing industry.
Architectural wraps utilize space on walls, floors, and windows a create a dramatic visual experience. They can be an especially effective form of advertising and an attention-grabber for retail settings, trade shows, restaurants, museums, exhibits, and residential spaces. The following images provide examples of how architectural wrapped are being used to transform interior spaces.
Voting is open now and will run through February 1, 2016. Readers and subscribers of Wide-Format & Signage (online and in print) and PrintingNews.com have the opportunity to vote for the products that have caused the most excitement in the industry and have been a valuable asset to wide-format print service provider’s businesses over the 15 months. Categories include wide-format flatbed printers and wide-format media, to laminating equipment to inks, RIP software and scanners, Wide-Format & Signage’s Readers’ Choice Top Products Awards will recognize the products that are doing the most for a PSP’s bottom line.
Winners will be announced at the ISA show in Orlando, and featured in the April issue of Wide-Format & Signage magazine.
Recent advancements in print media have allowed installers to wrap virtually any surface including brick, stucco, poured cement, and cinder block. There are several highly conformable print media options on the market and choosing the correct one will depend on several factors including the intended longevity and outside conditions of the wrap. Here are several rough-surface wall wrap examples: