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Visual Marking Systems Acquires HP Latex 3000

Thursday, June 20, 2013

Press release from the issuing company

1st Company in Ohio to Obtain HP Latex 3000 

Cleveland, OH – Visual Marking Systems (VMS), the high performance printer in Twinsburg, announced today that they have acquired the HP Latex 3000 Printer.  VMS, known for its investment in new technology, is the 1st company in Ohio and the 2nd printer in North America to have such an innovative and cutting edge machine.  This acquisition reflects VMS’s upgrade to a 3rd generation HP latex printer.

The company has been focusing on environmental concerns, capacity, and increased customer satisfaction and with the purchasing of this printer, VMS has succeeded in their goal of continuous improvement.

The HP Latex 3000 Printer, designed to allow industrial print service to assist with customer’s shrinking budgets and timelines, will soon become the industry standard.  This innovative technology uses latex ink and increases levels of productivity, application and quality.

Highlights of the HP Latex 3000 Printer:

  • High environmental standards
  • Broader media versatility
  • Increases production capacity
  • Produces fine details, a wide color gamut and a flexible ink layer with 6 colors and 1200 dpi resolution
  • Shortens time to delivery – prints come out completely dry and ready for lamination or finishing
  • Creates odorless prints ideal for sensitive indoor displays
  • Provides a scratch resistance comparable to hard-solvent inks on certain substrates, making them ideal for applications including retail displays, outdoor advertising, vehicle graphics and interior décor.

High Environment Standards

  • HP latex inks are UL ECOLOGO and GREENGUARD Children & Schools Certified
  • Creates prints that meet ArgBB criteria and are rated A+ according to Émissions dans l'air intérieur
  • Water-based HP latex inks require no special ventilation, have no hazard warning labels, do not contain HAPs and are nickel-free. 

The CEO of VMS, Dolf Kahle states, “In continuing on our mission to provide the best to our customers, our decision to invest in such costly technology reflects on our commitment to client service and savings.  VMS is proud to be the 1st printer in Ohio and only the 2nd in North America to offer the HP Latex 3000 to the OEM, POP, Fleet Graphics and Public Transit industries.”


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