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#1 Law@krafted 2 years ago

Hi guys i want to explore the market , im keen to know outside South Africa what new trends what crazy things you'll are doing to disrupt the market , im tired of your normal print and cut , or wallpaper or fabric frames , im looking to do something different , unique ... any ideas please share

#2 HP-Sonia 2 years ago

I recommend to surf on the project at the applications area: https://hplatexknowledgecenter.com/applications It is a good place to share ideas!

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#3 Studebaker 2 years ago

#1 One of the things that is market disrupting that I do with my HP Latex printer is to print on hydrographic film! This is really different from the run of the mill vinyl wrap printing. Here's a link to Youtube videos describing what I'm talking about. https://www.youtube.com/results?reload=9&search_query=hydrographic+dipping

If you guys do it, be sure to turn your optimizer level to "0" and set the curing temp to 200 degrees. And print in mirror...

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#4 HP-Jordi a year ago

#3 Thank you for your comment. Hydrographic printing looks amazing and very interesting!

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#5 Paul Wagner a year ago

#3 Hi Studebaker, I would love to learn more about your experiences with hyrdo-dipping using HP Latex.

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#6 Studebaker a year ago

#4 #5 My apologies for not responding sooner! This "forum" doesn't email notifications... What specifically would you like to know about printing on hydrographic film? I'll be glad to answer any question you may have.

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#7 HP-Sonia a year ago

Yes you can have email notifications. Please subscribe to topic on the top right hand corner

Please keep sharing your projects in this forum so we all can learn

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#8 Varribas a year ago

#3 said

hydrographic film

Wow! Really interesting. Which hydrographic film are you using for latex?

I'll try to do some tests here in Barcelona too.

Kind regards,

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#9 john5559 a year ago

I'm in Canada, and I've been told we can run the film on our Latex. But I can't seem to find a supplier. Any insight you can offer?

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#10 HP-ayelenfernandez a year ago

#9 Hello @john5559,

Please, let me know which brand are you looking for and I will try to find a reseller there.

Have a nice day!

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#11 Law@krafted a year ago

Im in South Africa , does any one know were can i source this film from so i can try it on my latex

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#12 Law@krafted a year ago

#3 Thanks a lot im really excited about this ... Im looking at introducing it into the corporate world , looking for those big clients ... Any ideas

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#13 travis5953 a year ago

#6 Studebaker, I just came across this thread while doing a search for hydrographic films. Can you tell me where you were able to find the film that would print on the HP Latex? I would appreciate the input and help.

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#14 CottrellSigns a year ago

#3 Studebaker, what film are you using? We could really use something like this in our shop. Thanks

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#15 gmitsouras 8 months ago

I would also like to know which film you are using and where i can get it. Thank you in advance!

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#16 jpeterson6537 8 months ago

You can try this website for a company in the US that makes the blank PVA film: www.hydrokon.com.

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#17 gmitsouras 8 months ago

#16 Thank you!

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