After experiencing the capabilities of the other systems, Graffiti Shield contacted the Trotec sales representative in the area, Gary Sheriff. After speaking at length with Trotec and having a laser demonstration, Graffiti Shield found that the SP2000 laser cutter was able to increase cut quality to meet OEM standards, accommodate anti-graffiti shield sheet sizes for large transit windows and operate as a safety class 2 laser machine. This was not something which was possible with other manufacturers for a single-source solution. Since purchasing their laser cutting machine, Graffiti Shield has been able to accept a wider range of custom jobs because of the machine’s size, precision and speed. This influx of custom jobs enabled Graffiti Shield to purchase a second SP2000 laser cutter shortly after, with plans to expand with the addition of a SP3000 in the near future.