HP yesterday announced, on the eve of the International Sign Expo 2015, the new HP Latex 370 printer which enables more unattended printing at lower operational costs with higher capacity ink cartridges.
Increasing Capacity for Greater Production with HP Latex
Designed for confident, unattended printing in high production PSP environments, the 64-inch HP Latex 370 Printer with the new 3-liter cartridges helps keep running costs low. It prints from traditional signage substrates like vinyl and banners to temporary textiles, canvas and wallpapers, increasing margins and productivity via the ability to change cartridges while printing and maintaining the high quality at high speed, instant dry and scratch resistance benefits of the 3rd generation of latex inks.
Together with the HP Latex 370 printer, HP has announced the public release of its new HP Latex software developers kit (SDK), which allows third-party workflow and MIS developers to integrate their tools with HP Latex 370 printers for seamless workflow integration.
And not just that, in the International Sign Expo 2015 HP also introduced the 2 new Flatbed Printers, the HP Scitex FB550 and HP Scitex FB750 which now offer a new tabletop roll holder design for flexible substrates enabling easy, fast and efficient short-run printing, and new tapered wheels for easy and safe media loading, preventing media edge damage.
HP Scitex FB550 Printer and HP Scitex FB750 Printer offer greater image quality and full bleed on max widths with the same capability of printing on virtually any rigid or flexible media (up to 2.5 inches). The printers increase productivity by 12 percent in indoor signage print modes and deliver orders quickly by loading, printing and collecting media simultaneously. These printers help customers get into specialties with white ink, matte/gloss and textured effects, all while being one of the most compact printers on the market.
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