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M&R's Novus Imaging at ISA Sign Expo 2018

M&R's Novus Imaging Division will be bringing three digital printers to the International Sign Expo in Orlando, Florida on March 22-24, 2018: the Ultra 3200 Roll-to-Roll printer, the Ultra Flatbed Printer, and the Textura 1800 Dye Sublimation Printer.

Please Support Rags of Honor's GoFundMe Campaign

Rags of Honor is a company dedicated to bettering the lives of returning veterans through jobs, training, and support. We first told you about Rags of Honor in 2016, and we're hoping you will ask your readers, customers, suppliers, friends, and family to support the efforts of this exemplary organization by contributing to their GoFundMe page and by purchasing merchandise on their website.

M&R Introduces the Novus Ultra 3200

The new Ultra 3200 roll-to-roll industrial inkjet printer offers a wide array of innovative features and an industry-leading price-to-performance ratio. It’s designed for multi-roll printing and capable of printing substrates up to 3.2 meter (126”) wide. Ultra 3200 delivers four-color CMYK and true four-level gray scale printing. Advanced UV LED curing and ink technology provide low temperature curing and reliable output without sacrificing print speed, color gamut, ink adhesion, or media versatility.

M&R Introduces the Starlight ASO UV LED Screen Exposure System

The new patent-pending Starlight ASO (Adjustable Spectrum Output) uses three independently adjustable nanometer ranges to increase screen-exposure flexibility. Each range can vary light output from 0%-100%, and operators can increase or decrease gain (intensity) to best match each emulsion. Operators can also fine tune exposure intensity on sensitive and fast-acting emulsions.