What do you do when your manufacturing process for ADA/Braille compliant signs using traditional methods becomes too costly and time-consuming? You look for ways to improve and simplify the process. Then you find the Direct Color Systems UV LED inkjet printer with the patented ADA/Braille inkjet printing process.
“Since we purposely focused on accessibility and compliance signage, our volume became such that our traditional methods of inserting braille beads and tactile appliques were too time-consuming for the number of signs we were manufacturing, tying up our routers and manpower. When we found out that the DCS was approved with The Lighthouse for the Blind here in California, we knew we could confidently move forward with the DCS equipment as we all know California guidelines are some of the most stringent.” Say Linda Fong, Owner of FASTSIGNS Oakland and FASTSIGNS Hayward.
Linda bought her first DCS printer, an 1800z in April 2018, and then added a larger 7200z model in December 2019 to further increase the company’s production output.
When asked what the biggest benefit of a Direct Color Systems printer is, Linda says, “It has allowed us to be even more creative in what we have to offer while increasing efficiencies. My flatbed printer operator can run multiple pieces of equipment at the same time, and our package for our clients' properties and various projects can all be produced with us as their one-stop vendor.”
FASTSIGNS Oakland // 325 5th Street // Oakland, CA 94607 U.S.A.
FASTSIGNS Hayward // 1248 West Winton Ave. // Hayward, CA 94545
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