When the Kansas City Chiefs unveiled the first smartphone printer in the NFL, fans immediately wondered how the team would get its printers on the field and the field was on a roll.
In a little over a month, the Chiefs have added their first smartphone-based printing facility.
The first smartphone printing facility was designed for Chiefs owner Joe Banner and general manager Scott Pioli, who wanted to make sure they could use the latest technologies and have a robust printing capability.
Now, they’re working with other companies to get the printing on the Chiefs as they move into their 2017 season.
This year, the team plans to have their first commercial printing facility open by the end of March.
The facility will have a commercial-sized printer, a smartphone-friendly interface and a dedicated commercial office for the printing.
The office will have printing equipment to print both the commercial and home print.
The Chiefs will also be using an app called Inkjet to handle printing and scanning the new printers.
The printing process has been an effort by the Chiefs to provide the best possible experience for fans.
The Chiefs printed all 32 home games during the 2016 season and finished the regular season with a record of 13-3.
With the team’s printing capabilities, the fans will be able to print and print and more printing will be done.
Inkspace, a San Francisco-based company, is responsible for all of the Chiefs print outs.
Inkspace is a software and hardware solution that allows the Chiefs, who employ the most printers in the league, to print in various materials, including vinyl and fiberglass.
In addition to their commercial printers, the Kansasians also have an inkjet printing facility and an ink production facility.
Inkjet printers are capable of printing at speeds up to 600dpi and are capable at higher speeds and at different temperatures.
In the new facility, the printer will be capable of producing printing in a number of materials.
The Kansas City Chargers also have their own printing facility that will be used to print their logo, home and away, for the next two seasons.
The Chargers also own and operate their own commercial printer, which can print at speeds of up to 2,400dpi.
The Chargers have had a large print out operation for years, but this facility is the first of its kind.
It will print a logo, and when a team’s logo is printed, fans can receive a personalized fan letter and autographed jersey.
The next year, in 2020, the Chargers plan to use their new smartphone printing technology to print every home game.
The team plans on adding a smartphone print facility and also printing a number in the future, Piolis said.