3A Composites USA is pleased to announce the appointment of Chuck Kunze as Director of Marketing and Product Management for the company’s graphic display and industry/transport businesses in the Americas, including North America, Central America and South America.
Corporate identity is an essential part of branding, reflecting a brand's image, consistency and loyalty. Branding in the corporate identity marketplace can be seen in signage, wayfinding and interior displays. The materials in which are specified for these applications vary due to several factors including durability, application duration, aesthetics and price point. (more…)
3A Composites USA is pleased to announce the following personnel appointments to support sales of the company’s lines of graphic display boards – including Fome-Cor®, FiberMate™, Sintra®, Gator®, SMART-X®, KAPA® tech and Dibond® – as well as sales of Alucobond® aluminum composite material (ACM) in the Americas: (more…)
Lard Buurman, trained Dutch photographer, travels the world examining the every day life of human beings. Starting his photographic exploration in Europe, he traveled to China to examine urbanization in the second and third world. Interestingly, that’s what brought the artist to Africa where his “Africa Junctions—Capturing the City” photography series was created. (more…)
More Fruit is an exploratory product design by Belgian designer, Ruben Deriemaeker. The project utilizes Dibond aluminum composite waste material that is cut, milled and folded to produce a fruit bowl. Interestingly, the fruit bowl only fits together when fruit is in the bowl, without it, it collapses. (more…)
When an ink droplet leaves the print head of a digital printer, it acquires a positive electrical charge, which allows it to be directed precisely to the point where it needs to be in order to achieve the desired image. If the material that is being printed has residual static charges on its surface, it may lead to detrimental effects on the finished print. This is due to the simple fact that materials with opposite charges tend to attract each other. (more…)