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HP Inc. Showcases New Indigo Digital Presses at Dscoop San Antonio

Thursday, April 14, 2016

Press release from the issuing company

Cross-portfolio innovations in quality, color, application range and productivity open new growth opportunities for HP customers 

SAN ANTONIO, Texas - Today at Dscoop San Antonio, HP Inc. is showcasing its new HP Indigo portfolio as well as cross-platform innovations for the first time in the United States. 

The new HP Indigo digital presses offer commercial print service providers (PSPs) and labels and packaging converters a variety of formats, speeds and unique capabilities to drive growth and profitability. All of the new presses feature significant HP Indigo Liquid Electrophotography (LEP) technology breakthroughs in quality, color, application range and productivity as well as HP PrintOS connectivity. The new and upgraded presses on display at Dscoop San Antonio include:

  • The HP Indigo 12000 Digital Press, setting a new benchmark in quality and offering new B2-format applications, compatibility with synthetic materials, and increased automation and productivity. 
  • The HP Indigo 7900 Digital Press, providing new levels of print quality, an expanded application range and simplified color matching.
  • The HP Indigo 5900 Digital Press, featuring an advanced digital front end and supporting materials up to 550 microns.
  • The HP Indigo 20000 Digital Press, now equipped for commercial applications, such as posters, point-of-purchase and specialty printing.
  • The HP Indigo 30000 Digital Press, enabling new high-margin opportunities with synthetic media as well as metallized boards.
  • The HP Indigo 8000 Digital Press,  the industry’s most productive digital narrow web press, offering end-to-end label production at double the speed previously available.

“PSPs and converters are constantly seeking ways to adapt to changing printing industry conditions, and they trust HP and Dscoop to help grow their businesses,” said Steve Sakumoto, vice president and general manager, Graphics Solutions Business, Americas, HP Inc. “HP delivers on its commitments by engineering products that exceed our customers’ expectations, and the new presses are the most advanced yet, enabling customers to reach new levels of creativity and success.”


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