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Onyx Graphics rolls out full support for HP PageWide XL printers

Friday, November 13, 2015

Press release from the issuing company

HP PageWide XL printers are now fully supported by the ONYX product portfolio 

SALT LAKE CITY - Onyx Graphics, Inc., today announced full support for the HP® PageWide XL printer series, through its proven wide-format print software. The HP PageWide XL family includes the HP PageWide XL 8000, HP PageWide XL 5000 and HP PageWide XL 4000/4500 printer series. 

ONYX software offers unique capabilities that take full advantage of HP PageWide XL multiple-roll workflows, enabling multiple jobs to be automatically processed for any media type loaded on a printer. Using automated media detection and profile selection, printer operators can process jobs faster and take full advantage of the incredible printing speeds of the HP PageWide XL technology. The ONYX solution also provides full support for all external features including the stacker, collation and folder, for precise, reliable printing on each individual job.

Specifically developed to make wide-format printing faster, predictable and more affordable, ONYX 12 software enables print operators to print jobs right the first time. ONYX 12 software utilizes the power of a next-generation, all 64-bit platform to harness full processing capabilities, delivering not just faster speeds but greater responsiveness as well. This version includes a redesigned user interface for easier navigation making it easy to find, view and edit jobs quickly. With new finishing tools, such as bleed and mark placement, combined with full 64-bit processing, ONYX 12 software delivers the printing speed and finishing capabilities needed for an optimized HP PageWide XL printing environment.


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Richard Romano, Section Editor/Senior Analyst
Richard has written about communication, graphics hardware and software trends for the past 15 years.

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