Nonstop Signs Acquires State-of-the-Art HP Latex R2000 Flatbed Printer

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Nonstop Signs Acquires State-of-the-Art HP Latex R2000 Flatbed Printer


The HP R2000 is a cutting-edge printer set to increase output tenfold for the company.

SAN DIEGO, CA. JULY 1, 2018

Nonstop Signs & Graphics places an order for the groundbreaking new HP Latex R2000 Flatbed Printer.

The HP R2000 printer was debuted on May 15th at the FESPA Global Print Expo in Berlin by HP. It uses the Rigid Technology that HP first announced in March, which enables the latex to print on multiple surfaces. The printer can accommodate a rigid or flexible substrate, opening up new frontiers for businesses. Now applications such as car wraps, window decals, and outdoor signage are all achievable from the same printer, sending productivity through the roof for owners.

“Once the HP Latex R2000 became commercially available in June, we knew we had to invest,” said company leader Brandon Stapper, CEO, Nonstop Signs & Graphics. “With the capabilities this printer has, our productivity will skyrocket. Taking a look at the numbers we predict output will increase tenfold, at least.  We cannot wait until HP starts to ship these printers.”

HP also leads the industry with another breakthrough featured in this printer, the white HP R2000 Latex Ink. Previously, printing services struggled with white inks fading to yellow, but the problem has now become a thing of the past. White HP Latex Ink enables the glossiest of whites in print applications, even on substrates like wood and acrylic.

The Latex R2000 also directly decreases running costs with 5-Liter Ink Cartridges, a departure from the 3-Liter cartridges in the R1000 model. With less frequent ink cartridge replacements in operating expenses going forward, savings will be passed directly onto the clients. Nonstop Signs also elected to purchase the printer in keeping with their commitment to environmentally friendly practices. HP water-based inks are non-toxic and carry no dangerous fumes that may damage the environment. In fact, the prints are completely odorless. These industry-leading features were among those unveiled by HP at FESPA and were critical deciding factors for Nonstop Signs to invest.

“HP developed this breakthrough technology based on print service providers continued request for an HP Latex printer to print on both rigid and flexible materials using our water-based inks,” said Joan Perez Pericot, General Manager, HP Large Format Graphics Business, HP Inc., This introduction is another step forward in how HP creates the best experiences for our customers, continually reinventing the possibilities of print.”

Nonstop Signs & Graphics is a San Diego based printing company that services clientele from small businesses to Forbes 500 companies. For more information, news or contact information, visit www.nonstopsigns.com or email [email protected]

About Nonstop Signs & Graphics

Nonstop Signs & Graphics is a San Diego-based printing company that has enjoyed astronomical growth in recent years. Serving clientele from small businesses to Fortune 500 companies and everywhere in between, Nonstop Signs prides itself on superior quality. The company enjoys constant expansion with its state-of-the-art equipment and unparalleled customer service. Forbes recently recognized Nonstop Signs as one of the fastest-growing companies in the United States. CEO Brandon Stapper serves on the Forbes Young Entrepreneur Council and frequently weighs in on relevant issues affecting entrepreneurs today.

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Brandon Stapper
Brandon Stapper is an entrepreneur and investor. He is currently the Chief Executive Officer of Nonstop Signs, an industry leading graphic design, print, and sign business with multiple locations throughout the United States. At 20 years old, with no formal education and only a few hundred dollars, Stapper turned a $400 custom decal machine in a garage into an international printing powerhouse focused on helping businesses improve their marketing and branding with everything from retail signage to packaging, to trade show displays.
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