Catch up on LexJet’s Educational Series with “Let’s Go Replay”

If you missed the original broadcast of a Let’s Go session or you just want to watch your favorite again, you can find them in this replay library.

Here’s a rundown of past events:

  • LexJet Webcast: Several of our sales specialists reconvened to talk about how PSPs can get ready to re-open as well as ways they can help their customers understand what graphics are needed during this time of social distancing. In Navigating the Print Industry as Businesses Re-open, they also discuss different products for floor graphics, elevator graphics, and small business solutions.
  • Canon: Life Hacks for the Printmaker: Pete Wright discussed the best ways to create beautiful images with your Canon printer.
  • Onyx: ONYX unveiled new TruFit software: ONYX technical instructor Alicia Wallace demonstrated the recently released ONYX TruFit software.
  • Vinyl Applications Demos: Steve Lowe from LexJet and Keith Bernard from Now That’s a Wrap demonstrated a variety of real-world applications for HP Adhesive Vinyl.
  • Window Textile: Johan Bonner from Squid Textiles discussed many of the glass décor applications for the high-end self-adhesive textile.
  • Social Media Marketing: Shellie Terry & Adam Wentworth from S-One’s marketing team discussed the best social media marketing practices during and after a high visibility event like COVID-19.
  • Dye-Sub Applications: Epson’s Tim Check talked about the Epson F-Series Printers and some of the most popular dye-sub applications.
  • Latex Print & Cut Demo: Catch a replay of Timothy Mitchell – HP’s Solutions Architect – discussing the benefits of latex printing in this HP Latex Print & Cut Academy.

Stay tuned, as we continue to create more sessions, including choosing the right equipment, specialty applications and demos, and more appearances from LexJet specialists.

For a full list of COVID-19 industry information, visit our resources page.

If you have additional questions, you can reach out to a member of our team at 800-453-9538 or visit LexJet.com.

ICYMI: Catch up on the Let’s Go Educational Series

Over the last few weeks, LexJet has partnered with experts from all facets of the printing industry to bring you the informative series Let’s Go. If you missed any or want to catch them again, you can see the full library HERE.

Choose from these previous sessions:

  • Onyx TruFit Software
  • Vinyl Application Demos
  • Squid Window Textile
  • Social Media Marketing
  • Dye-sub Applications
  • Latex Print & Cut

Stay tuned for future events with other industry experts and hear from some of your favorite LexJet representatives. For more information, give us a call at 800-453-9538 or visit us at LexJet.com.

Let’s Go: Printing with Canon

This Friday, Pete Wright, a technical specialist with Canon and professional photographer, will present the best ways to create beautiful images with your Canon printer.

Whether you’ve been printing for five years or five months, or simply thinking about learning to print, Wright will help you learn how to get the most out of your equipment.

Canon PRO-Series Printers
  • When: Friday, May 8 11:00 a.m. ET
  • Who: Award-winning Professional Photographer and Canon specialist Pete Wright
  • What: Life Hacks for a Printmaker
  • How: Register HERE 

For more information, give us a call at 800-453-9538.

Upgrading a Printer in May? Don’t Miss these Savings

We know that print is essential. If you are looking to upgrade or replace your equipment, check out these instant rebates from Canon, HP, and Epson.

Highlights for this month’s savings include:

  • This month, save up to $7,000 with available rebates on Latex 570, the Loyalty rebates are still available when you upgrade from a qualifying L2 series Latex Printer, or get up to $750 back on the purchase of a qualified aqueous printer with “Cash in and Trade Up” rebates.
  • Instantly save up to $500 on a qualified Canon PRO-Series printer.
  • EPSON instant savings up to $1,300 on qualified F-Series printer purchase.

If you are looking for additional COVID-19 assistance, click HERE for our growing library of resources.

Don’t miss Let’s Go, the weekly educational series presented by print industry professionals and your favorite LexJet specialists. See the upcoming schedule and register HERE.

 HP Latex Printer Instant Rebates, valid through May 31

  • HP Latex 115, 54-inch printer: $1,200 when you by 2 units; $1,700 when you buy 3 units
  • HP Latex 115 Print & Cut: $1,200 when you by 2 units; $1,700 when you buy 3 units (can mix and match Latex 115 and Latex 115 P&C when purchasing 3 units)
  • HP Latex 315, 54-inch printer: $1,000
  • HP Latex 335, 54-inch printer: $1,000

    HP Latex 115 Print & Cut Bundle
  • HP Latex 365, 64-inch printer: $3,000 includes 1-year free Flexi RIP included with purchase

Loyalty Rebates are still available:

 Current owners of HP Latex L2 Series (L26100, L26500, or L260) can now save additional with the purchase of a new printer.

*Loyalty LOI on 315/335 can be combined with instant rebates

Upgrade to Latex

 Get $6,000 cash back plus and additional $1,000 Spring LOI on the purchase of a Latex 570. Save a total of $7,000 after all rebates are claimed. Purchase by June 30, submit online claim by July 31 and send in the main print controller board of an eligible printer by Aug. 31 to qualify for the Upgrade to Latex rebate.

HP Latex LOI available through May 31:

* Regular LOI and Upgrade to Latex cannot be combined

Partner the HP Adhesive Vinyl and Laminates with the HP Latex Print & Cut for perfect stickers.

HP DesignJet Cash-in & Trade-up valid through May 31:

The LexJet Experience: Bringing Applications to Life

The LexJet Experience was a success! Our open-house showcased equipment, RIP software and media applications for local customers. Representatives were on hand from Canon, EPSON and HP as well as GRAPHTEC, SignComp framing systems, Onyx and ImagePrint.

Set up on the third floor of the Sarasota, Fla. headquarters, the trade show-style event allowed LexJet customers the opportunity to discuss current technology, best practices and innovative applications with the vendors of their choice.

Vince Bejar, LexJet sales representative, had several customers in attendance. “They were excited about the opportunity to visit our office,” he says. “They enjoyed the hospitality and are looking forward to growing with our partnership.”

Timothy Mitchell, the resident expert in all things HP Latex, was available to discuss the best media to use with the latex printers, including his recent review of the new HP Prime Gloss Air GP.

With such an intimate setting, customers spent as much time as they needed with vendors. “I was happy about the way the customers engaged in conversations with everyone,” said HP Partner Business Manager, Frank DeMartino. “They had questions about specific applications for both the latex printers and the Z-series printers, and they wanted to learn more about the vertical trimmer on the Z9+.”

Craig Hellman, Senior Account Manager for Epson, agreed that customers were seeking solutions for unique applications. “There was a lot of interest in dye-sub printing,” Hellman said. “They want to know how to create promotional products, displays, signage and, of course, apparel.”

With Epson’s breadth of products, it wasn’t just the dye-sub applications that piqued their curiosity. “People are very interested in what the SureColor S-Series (solvent) printers can do. They asked about signage and display, but they also want to know about décor printing.”

As the day began winding down, everyone seemed to have the same question: “When are you going to do this again? This was a great learning experience.”

Given the positive feedback we’ve received, we look forward to doing another open house later this year. If you were in attendance, we’d love to hear from you. Please contact your LexJet sales representative at 800-453-9538, leave us a comment here on the blog, or visit our Facebook page.

LexJet Plays a Full House at The UPS Store Convention in Vegas

L to R: Bill Weiser, Kevin Drelich, Dylan Borden, Matt Bailey and Vince Bejar with Canon’s Pete Wright

The UPS Stores held their biennial convention in Las Vegas in early July. The franchisees meet every other year to allow the nationwide locations to get together to network, receive updates from corporate, meet with vendors who work with the stores and, of course, fun.

The theme for 2018 was “The Motivation Celebration” and several LexJet representatives were on hand to help motivate the attendees to celebrate.  Bill Weiser, Dylan Borden, Kevin Drelich, Matthew Bailey and Vince Bejar – along with Canon’s Pete Wright – were at the conference to discuss the benefits of adding wide format printing to the services offered by the UPS Stores.

The LexJet booth was one of the highlights of the show, as everyone who stopped by was interested in learning more about wide format printing. “Many locations aren’t printing yet, but they are eager to learn,” Bejar said. “Every time a customer would come to the booth, they always said ‘we hear you’re the people we need to see [to learn about printing]’. We were glad to get them excited about new opportunities.”

The team had the chance to discuss products like LexJet TRIBUTE Satin Photo Paper 240g, LexJet Print-N-Stick Fabric, LexJet Sunset Reserve Gloss Canvas as well as many other diverse products with the attendees. As each person stopped by the booth and chatted with the LexJet reps, they received a raffle ticket for a chance to win a Canon imagePROGRAF PRO-4000.

Raffle winner John Appel of The UPS Store – 1277 congratulated by Vince Bejar

As the show came to a close, the energy around the LexJet booth became electric because it was time for the drawing. Out of over 400 raffle tickets, the lucky winner of the 44-inch printer was John Appel of The UPS Store – 1277 in Seattle, Wash.

With one extremely happy winner, open discussions about wide format printing and the introduction of unique products to the 1,800 attendees, the LexJet team was happy to play such an important part of the success of the conference and they are looking forward to the next one in 2020.