Signs By Tomorrow of Greenwood Village Adds New Printing CapabilitiesBack
[Greenwood Village, Colorado] July 24, 2013 – Signage and graphics provider Signs By Tomorrow (SBT) of Greenwood Village recently invested in equipment upgrades that will allow them to produce more materials in-house for faster service and even higher-quality printing.
According to co-owner Tom Anderson, SBT of Greenwood Village has been in operation for more than 11 years and has established an outstanding reputation in the community for providing an exceptional customer experience along with the highest quality products. “We are committed to bringing the latest sign-making technology to our customers and are now capable of doing so with the addition of this top-of-the-line printing equipment,” says Anderson.
This commitment is reflected in the center’s upgrade to Hewlett-Packard (HP) grand format printing equipment, including the L26500 61” and the L28500 104” latex printers. Designed with the environment in mind, these printers use latex inks and thermal inkjet technology to provide durable, high-quality images on a wide variety of media, and deliver outdoor and indoor prints that are dry and ready to use immediately after printing. SBT of Greenwood Village also added the FB700, a UV flatbed printer that allows printing directly to rigid substrates with fast printing capabilities. Not only are these upgraded machines better for the environment, they are better for center employees as they all meet or exceed OSHA requirements for occupational exposure to volatile organic compounds.
“SBT of Greenwood Village has embraced the HP value proposition of delivering high quality, durable and innovative applications solutions to their customers by adding the award-winning HP FB 700 UV curable printer,” says Thomas Giglio, strategic accounts manager at HP Americas Graphics Solutions Business. “SBT of Greenwood Village now has added a proven, rigid printing solution, augmenting their already solid performance with HP latex printing solutions.”
In addition to the HP printers, SBT of Greenwood Village also purchased a Trotec Speedy 300 Laser and Vision 2550 Rotary Engraving Router which will allow the center to create custom ADA signage in house. “In addition to consistently providing our customers with the highest quality products, by bringing more services in house we can save them even more time and money,” says Anderson.
For more information on SBT of Greenwood Village, please visit www.signsbytomorrow.com/greenwoodvillage/.