Harvesters Wrapped In Grafitack Cast AE38C For Nampo

Bloemfontein based Ninim Designs used Grafitack cast AE38C material to wrap two Case 7140 Ladybrand harvesters for agricultural exhibition Nampo 2018. The American flag was chosen for the wrapping since Case is an American brand. The panels that could be removed were brought to Ninim Designs for wrapping, while the rest of the harvesters were […]

2019-02-08T11:51:01+00:00Feb 8th, 2019|

Roll Up Your Sleeves And Become Relevant To Your Customers 

President and founder of the Service Quality Institute John Tschohl says you’re not going to succeed through manufacturing, distribution or information power — those have all been commoditised. If you want to succeed, roll up your sleeves and do the work of building your customer experience. Don’t become irrelevant to your customers, which is what will happen if you don’t [...]

2019-01-20T23:23:52+00:00Jan 20th, 2019|

How To Take Advantage Of Your Large Format Signs 

According to DPI Insights magazine/FLAAR Reports, indoor and outdoor advertising are a basic part of advertising. In most cases, you use large format printing. Currently, different techniques and different types of materials have been developed to make these advertising campaigns more creative. This article appears in Sign Africa Journal.  The biggest challenge is scale, since your signage is going to [...]

2019-01-20T23:23:39+00:00Jan 20th, 2019|

Simplifying The Intricate Process Of Laser Cutting Acrylic

Mafalda Theias from All3DP outlines the process of creating a vector design and simplifying the intricate process of laser cutting acrylic. Before getting into laser cutting, it’s important to understand what a laser cutting machine is and how it works. A typical laser cutter connects a computer and works in the X and Y axes. (In other words, it’s a bidimensional machine.) [...]

2019-01-20T23:23:12+00:00Jan 20th, 2019|

Sign Africa Video Series: Simulated Process Printing On T-Shirts

In this video, T-shirt printing industry veteran Charlie Taublieb demonstrates simulated process printing. https://youtu.be/KW3kRfjMnvk Summary: • Simulated process printing: making a full colour image using half tones and opaque inks as opposed to four colour process (using transparent inks with CMYK). • Software choice is a determining factor. • Separation Studio can break an image down to six colours or [...]

2019-01-20T23:22:43+00:00Jan 20th, 2019|

Sign Africa Video Series: How To Sublimate A Ceramic Tile

In this video, JG Electronics trainer/technical support specialist Lentern Nkwane demonstrates how to sublimate a ceramic tile. Checklist: • Sublimation printer. • Sublimation paper. • Sublimation inks. • Blank tile. • Nomex pad. • Heat tape. Steps: 1. Place items on top of each other: first the Nomex pad, then sublimation paper with image facing up, followed by the white side [...]

2019-01-20T23:27:39+00:00Nov 27th, 2018|