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VUTEk Partners with Códice Transfer Factory

(September 2006) posted on Fri Sep 08, 2006

The companies unite to leverage Códice’s Double System Control Visual (DSCV) technology


VUTEk, Meredith, NH, entered an exclusive partnership with Malaga, Spain-based Códice Transfer Factory to leverage Códice’s Double System Control Visual (DSCV) technology. DSCV is designed to produce eye-catching graphic effects for interior and exterior advertising applications.

The DSCV technology consists of DSCV Static and DSCV Dynamic. The companies describe DSCV Static as a technology that prints one-way, see-through graphics for privacy, security, practicality, or visual-interest applications. Static uses VUTEk’s PressVu UV printer and CMYK inks and a specially formulated white UV ink. From one side, viewers see a crisp, clean image; on the other side, viewers can see right through. DSCV Dynamic allows for the display of two or three images with exposure times between two and 14 seconds. A combination of light level and transitions of video quality allows for the creation of a visual sensation of a plasma screen.

DSCV technology is standard on all PressVu UV printers. Early PressVU models can be upgraded. For more information, contact VUTEk Inc., One VUTEk Pl., Meredith, NJ 03253, 603-279-4635, fax: 603-279-6411, Web: www.vutek.com.
 


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