In pursuit of its goal to disrupt the eco-solvent market, HP has introduced two new Latex Designjet printers. The printers are more advanced and they deliver a consistent and reliable performance.
HP has come out with two new Designjet printers, which, the company says, have the capability of dealing with a wider range of indoor and outdoor signage applications. The makers also believe that their new printers are more durable than eco-solvent inks. The two launches come in the wake of HP company’s goal to disrupt the eco-solvent market.
Compared to its predecessor (Designjet L25500), the L28500 is 70% faster whereas the L26500 is especially meant for those who venture into the burgeoning soft-signage market. The new HP 792 Latex Designjet inks in both the printers help produce glossy black results on banners and self-adhesive vinyl. Users can print on both sides with minimal intervention.
The HP latex ink is compatible with more than 500 media solutions, which include the new HP Double-Sided HDPE Reinforced Banner material. You can expect a consistent and reliable performance from the HP latex ink across a wide array of substrates.
Santiago Morera, vice president and general manager, Large-Format Printing Business, HP says, “By allowing customers to cost-effectively print a wide array of new applications and providing the training required to succeed, our updated HP Latex portfolio helps PSPs differentiate their businesses and seize new growth opportunities.”
The two new printing devices generate 1200-dpi outputs that, on being kept outside, can last for three years when they are not laminated and five years when they are. Moreover, the output dries up inside the printer. Hence, you can get more double-sided printouts and you can even start using them immediately.