HP Inc. India, at Print Pack India 2017 showcased the HP Indigo 12000 and HP Indigo 7900 photo version digital press including a host of Pre Press, Post Press and Web-to-Print solutions for Commercial, Photo, Publishing and Labels & Packaging segments. These new innovations allow more customers to capitalize on the growing digital opportunity in a market which is achieving double digit growth percentage year -on -year .
Elaborating on HP’s Indigo latest digital presses A. Appadurai, Country Manager, Indigo and Inkjet Web Press, Graphics Solutions Business, HP Inc. India said, “Print Pack remains one of the best shows in India and we are extremely proud to show case the HP Indigo 12000 digital press and the HP Indigo 7900 photo version for the first time in India. The 12000 will be a game changer for the Print and Packaging industry. The 7900 photo version is a made for India product that has a special super fine blanket, an all-new binary ink developer, photo specialty inks like Light black and light light black along with a few bundled photo specialty software applications, this product will further strengthen the leadership we have around professional photo industry.
HP will also be running live demonstration of the PrintOS that is already setting a benchmark in the graphic arts industry. HP PrintOS is a print production operating system with web and mobile apps that help you get more out of your HP presses and printers and simplify production. Use PrintOS to continuously improve your operations, inspire your staff, and make better, faster decisions. ”
At the Print Pack 2017 HP Inc. India is demonstrating the HP Indigo 12000 and 7900 photo version Digital Press – will be running on the show floor all the five days of the event.
HP will be showcasing the latest around the specialty inks that it constantly developing. The Fluorescent Pink, Fade resistance inks, Invisible UV red ink, the New Premium white ink are in display. HP Indigo presses with their latest offerings are enabling businesses to expand their printing applications to labels and packaging, publishing and photo segments.
HP Indigo 12000 Digital Press
The HP Indigo 12000 is the second-generation HP Indigo B2 platform, which will extend the well-established values of the Indigo 10000. This will allow customers to print more every month, with greater variety and flexibility, higher quality and increased reliability. It will also allow you to seize more business opportunities and generate higher margins for the customer’s businesses.
- With an introduction, of a significant print quality package, HP Indigo will set a new benchmark for print quality and will help in moving to high print quality sensitive production from offset to the digital
- HDLA which stands for High Definition Laser Array is a whole new writing head system which will help in doubling the addressable print resolution. Moving from 800dpi to 1600dpi allows the customers to generate new high lpi screens, at 220, 270, and even 300lpi (compared to our standard 175, 200 lpi screens)
- HP is also introducing a new package of color management features and a new set of automated tools around color to ensure color consistency on press over time, between presses, between sites, and between Indigo and Offset technologies. HP has reengineered the way color is managed on our presses and made it simple and easy
HP Indigo 7900 photo version Digital Press
- The HP Indigo 7900 Digital Press is the market-leading SRA3+ format digital sheetfed press, keeping the customers a step ahead with major innovations in print quality, intelligent automation and media versatility to reach the highest levels of productivity
- On-press priming enables printing on virtually any paper for new production possibilities. One Shot technology prints on specialty substrates including canvas, synthetics, lenticular, and metallised media. HP SmartStream Mosaic produces millions of oneof-a-kind products using variable design technology
- The 7900 photo version consists of a new Super fine blanket for even better photo quality, the new binary ink developers and Photospeciality software’s