I just recently have been introduced to the HP Latex printer.
I was wondering if these printers are able to print on Tyvek (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tyvek)
I did a demo with one of the roland inkjet printers and it was very capable of printing a high resolution image onto this tyvek. This is the exact tyvek I used :http://www.materialconcepts.com/store/products/6025-x-100-yard-tyvek-1056d
Looking forward to your responses and thanks for your time!
Can you please precise me which printer are you talking about. Nowadays there are two different HP Latex Inks generations in the market and each one has his own media compatibilities.
Nonetheless, you can check media compatibilities per printer in the HP Media Solutions Locator.
Thanks for your response,
I am not sure which printer I am wanting, but would like to find a HP printer that is able to print on this tyvek. I know it gets compicated because different tyvek is capable of obsorbing different inks, which is where my confusion comes into play.
The different tyveks are listed here under the Tyvek Graphics section: http://www.materialconcepts.com/products/tyvek/uncoated/
Thanks for your help.
Assuming you are interested in the 300 series Latex printers, you will have no problem printing the coated Tyvek. As for the uncoated versions, it might be best to contact your local HP Supplier to discuss further. If they have a printer on site, then request a sample roll from the Tyvek vendor and have your HP supplier to run some tests.
I have a customer that would like to print double sided on tyvek with the HP latex 831 series of inks. Any ideas?
tomer looking for a tyvek material that can be double side printed with the HP Latex 831 series of i
nks. Any ideas?
I suggest you to check the Media Locator where you will find some Certified Medias (you can filter per printer) to print on tyvek. However, I have to say that we haven’t done any double sided printed test so far. So, I am not able to recommend any specific one.
I hope you find the media that suits you the best.
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