Whether it’s high-end wall décor for a city hall, branding graphics for a charitable foundation’s offices, or a business achievement timeline for a financial institution, Portage, Michigan-based Agio Imaging, a large format custom print solution provider, has turned to Dibond® aluminum composite material by 3A Composites USA for its durability and outstanding ink adhesion.
The Green Monster is the nickname for the high left field wall at Fenway Park, home of the Boston Red Sox. It stands just over 37 feet tall and is 231 feet long. A historic fixture at the ball park, it helps distinguish Fenway Park as one of the most unique stadiums in the Major League Baseball. Only 310 feet away from the home plate, it is a popular target for baseball hitters. The wall was part of the construction of the original ball park in 1912 and is the highest among the current Major League Baseball fields.
Keystone Technologies expands their line of LED lamps with the introduction of DirectDrive LED Replacement Lamps for HID applications.
Universal Lighting Technologies, Inc., operated by Panasonic Lighting Americas, is expanding its Electronic Sign Ballast line with the ESR Series, a direct replacement option for magnetic ballasts in existing T8HO and T12HO illuminated signs.
SpeedPro Imaging, the nation’s leader in large-format imagery, continues its national expansion with the opening of its newest and fifth studio in the New York City metro-area.
Gold sponsor INX Digital International (booth 1414) will exhibit a variety of popular existing and all new ink types for specialty applications at the SGIA Expo. Market proven TRIANGLE® inkjet inks being demonstrated on industry-leading large and wide format printers will share the booth with a wide range of ink formulations for industrial applications at the event, set for September 14-16 at the Las Vegas Convention Center.
Gable, a Baltimore, Md.-based digital technology and visual solutions company, recently completed the installation of dynamic digital displays including tickers and high-resolution video displays inside Uniqlo’s first Florida store in Disney Springs.