Direct Color Systems (DCS) has received its third patent for its ADA-compliant UV-LED sign printing process, marking a continued expansion of its intellectual property protection.
The company received its first patent in December of 2016 and then a second in September of 2017, which extends to the processes that were developed since the first patent was filed. The complete line of Direct Jet UVMVP Classic, 1800z, and 7200z printer models are now covered by U.S. patents numbers 10,029,487; 9,757,961; and 9,498,977.
“Adding a third patent for our ADA-compliant/Braille signage process not only further strengthens our intellectual property, but it is also of significant value to our customers,” says Blair Allen, president. “DCS printer owners can take comfort in knowing they are utilizing an innovative and patented process that can help build a competitive advantage for their business. That same advantage falls right in line with our mission here at DCS and that is to help our customers become more profitable.”
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