HP accelerates productivity for sign & display print providers and corrugated converters

- address market demand for shorter runs and faster turnaround times At FESPA 2015 (May 18-22, Germany), HP unveiled the HP Latex 3500 and 3100 printers, expanding its proven HP Latex Technology portfolio, and grew its digital corrugated offering with the HP Scitex 17000 Corrugated Press. These new solutions help corrugated converters sign and display print service providers (PSPs) increase productivity and workflow efficiency.

Ideal for standardised workflows, the new HP Latex 3500 Printer handles highvolume, dedicated application production, boosting productivity and helping to reduce production costs. With heavyduty roll handling up to 300 kg (660 lbs) and 10 liter ink supplies, the printer enables more unattended operation such as overnight printing. Additionally, dual-roll split spindles offer easier, safer handling of oversized rolls; in-line slitters reduce bottlenecks in finishing; and built-in LED lights support on-thefly proofing. Helping converters address market demand for shorter runs and faster turnaround times, the new HP Scitex 17000 Corrugated Press, powered by HP Scitex HDR Printing Technology, can increase digital print productivity for cost-effective corrugated packaging printing.

The new press features the recently introduced HP Scitex Corrugated Grip and HP HDR230 Scitex Inks and prints at speeds of up to 1,000 sq m/hr (10,764 sq ft/hr) for economical, high-volume production of industrial-grade corrugated boards. Prints made with the HP HDR230 Scitex Inks on a representative coated media have been independently certified as having Good Deinkability.

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