Hardy Signs has added a new HP Latex printer to strengthen its print line up.
Hardy Signs Limited was established by Nik Hardy in 1993 and has since grown into one of the most recognised and preferred signage & multi-format print suppliers in the United Kingdom.
Part of the company’s vision is to invest and make business processes efficient, which in turn enables us to serve our customers efficiently and cost effectively.
One of the biggest advantages of the latex printer is that it uses non-toxic inks, giving a truly green output. The water based inks used with this printer support our customers to strengthen their sustainability commitment.
In addition, our new bulk ink system enables us to continuously reuse our ink cartridges, cutting down on our wastage making the entire printing process very lean and green. Furthermore, Latex Ink prints are odourless which makes them ideal for healthcare and education sectors.
MD Nik Hardy adds, “We are in constant touch with our client base who continually express a need for a greener print output. Our new HP latex printer supports the greener commitments of Hardy Signs and our customers alike.”
The new Latex printer uses UV light to dry while printing, cutting down on any extra drying time, saving time and money for our customers.
“I am really pleased with the latex printer’s speed and quality. With odourless inks, no extra ventilation is required in the workshop. It complements the UV flatbed (Arizona) printer, leaving the Arizona to do what it does best, which is printing direct to substrate”, comments Tom Hardy, Hardy Signs General Manager.
The new printer was supplied and installed by Woking based Repropoint. The installation was quick and simple. Repropoint provided onsite training and offer continued technical support should we need it. We felt Repropoint really understood our business.
We are committed to our customers’ demands and if you wish to specify your next job on our new latex printer, give us a call now on 01283 569 102 and we will be happy to help.
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