Sign Biz(R) Adds Hp Latex To Their Roster In Support Of Versatility And The Environment

September 13, 2010 by Cris | 0 Comments

Sign Biz, Inc., founder of the largest non-franchised retail sign chain with a network of nearly 200 store owners, is one of only six entities in the US authorized to offer special incentives to purchasers of HP’s new L25500 latex printer.

“We appreciate this printer for a number of reasons, just one of which is the “green” aspect. This latex printer is utilizing “Latex” water-based, environment-friendly inks for vibrant, photo-realistic prints. But beyond that, from a practical standpoint, our business owners are seeking the savings in time and energy – these prints are dry when they emerge, so there is zero waiting, in contrast to the 24 hours needed before laminating solvent or eco-solvent ink prints. In addition, no air scrubbers drawing electrical power, no dealing with harmful VOCs and smell issues,” explains Paul Strauch, VP Worldwide Product Development for the corporation.

“Perhaps equally as compelling is the fact you can print on any vinyl, polyester film, polyester fabric, plain old paper, plus any number of PVC-free media,” adds Strauch. “Flags are popular, and now there’s no need to outsource.”

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