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Breaking the Electrophotographic Barriers—HP Indigo LEPx and V12

HP has spent the last four years developing ways to overcome the existing production barriers of their EP products and processes. They recently announced LEPx, a unique new imaging technology as an integral component of the V12, their future platform label press.


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About David Zwang

David Zwang travels around the globe helping companies increase their productivity, margins and market reach. He specializes in production optimization, strategic business planning, market analysis, and related services to companies in the vertical media communications market. Clients have included printers, manufacturers, retailers, publishers, premedia and US Government agencies. He can be reached at [email protected].


By Sean Smyth on May 19, 2020

I got the opportunity to see this in Israel toward the end of last year and it is really, really impressive. To see any label press running at 150m per min is quite something, an Indigo doing in 6-colours that with their quality is something else. The indication on the costs they (almost) shared tells me that the latest generation of inkjet and hybrid machines will have to move forward as well. Bodes well for digital labels when we get back to real life, certainly when Indigo delivers this it is a new normal.



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