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New Counter Standee Display Rocks the Retail and P.O.P. Display World
Date:4/27/2013

Chicago, IL (PRWEB) April 27, 2013

Once in a while, a product surfaces with excellent functionally and a design so simple that people wonder why they’ve never thought of it. Such is the case with the new Countertop Standee from Sunrise Digital, an innovative digital printing company based in Chicago.

The Countertop Standee is made of Sintra, one of the most economical, resilient, and durable signage materials around. The tear-drop shape carries a pleasing look and is attractive for any situation. It can be printed as either single- or double-sided, with a printable base made of the same material.

The Countertop Standee comes as two pieces, one for the vertical display and one for the base. The base features a simple slot for unrivaled click-and-play ease of use. It ships flat, and the user simply insert the display into the slot on the base for a snug fit. No hardware, no tools, sets up in seconds. And because the base is produced on the same material as the display itself, it can be printed with additional graphics at no additional charge, and the product offers amazing economy.

  • Self-standing display, no hardware required
  • Economical - base is cut from waste parts of same material
  • Available in multiple sizes, from 6" to floor standing
  • Precision CNC router cut
  • Use our existing die or create your own cutting shapes
  • G7 Qualified Master Printer
  • Forever-Fade-Free Guarantee

The Countertop Standee graphics are printed on Sunrise’s two UV flatbed presses using NASA-grade magnetic linear transport. Unlike less expensive transports such as vacuum belt, magnetic linear motors deliver ink droplets on the substrate using up to 48 printheads, eliminating banding and other printing artifacts caused by mechanical vibration. High powered UV lamps cures the ink immediately after printing, virtually eli
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