In Partnership with HP
HP’s corporate citizenship values go back to the founding of the company, and HP has been recognized as one the world’s most responsible and sustainable companies. The company has more than 100 staff worldwide dedicated to HP’s Sustainable Impact programs—including product stewards assigned to every product line to work hand-in hand-with product development and support functions to guide sustainability and compliance activities. HP recently announced bold 2030 Sustainable Impact goals that will move the company towards becoming the world’s most just and sustainable technology company. What are some of those goals, and what initiatives is HP pursuing to achieve them? What role is digital printing playing in transitioning commercial, industrial, and packaging printing to the circular economy? Sustainability is central to the value proposition of HP PageWide presses—how does that help HP’s direct mail customers, in turn, become more sustainable businesses?
That’s why they’re committed—in every department from engineering to chemistry—to ensure that their solutions grow with their customers over time. So how does HP do it?
Thriving in the print industry isn’t just about what you can do, but how you can do it even better. Delivering high-quality prints is a start, but standing out requires going the extra mile. And that means kicking creativity up a notch with enhanced, high-value direct mailers that appeal to consumers on a multi-sensory level. In fact, stimulating consumer senses has been proven to increase response rates, brand awareness and emotional bonds to products.
HP has spent the past four decades not simply investing in inkjet ink research and development but perfecting it. Its five world-class teams of international chemists have worked to create custom inks for a range of different markets. They’ve partnered closely with hardware and writing systems engineers to develop the best integrated technology for its inkjet devices. In this Tech Talk HP R&D Chemist Saba Lotfizadeh will share stories of the significant challenges and exciting breakthroughs in ink development that enable printing on a wide range of media.
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Filmed on location at HP Inc., San Diego, Solutions Architect Max Raver and PageWide Product Manager Heath Ponstein will take you on a virtual tour of the HP PageWide Web Press T250 HD and HP Brilliant Ink, showing you what's new in the latest edition of the T2XX series.
HP PageWide Web Press T250 HD with HP Brilliant Ink, the new standard for high-volume production inkjet web presses. It’s here to power your aspirations with uncompromising offset-class quality and impressive ROI. The new HP Brilliant Ink delivers a more vivid color gamut and gloss with outstanding results across a broad range of substrates, including offset coated and uncoated media. Enjoy the benefit of one press that enables all applications--commercial, direct mail, publishing, and transactional. This versatility allows you to meet your customers’ demands. And it’s upgradable to keep you on track to deliver every new trend for many years to come.
The strength of our leadership is demonstrated in the HP PageWide Industrial Web Press portfolio as a proven press platform with over 10 years in production environments worldwide and over $2 billion inkjet technology R&D. HP's unique vertical integration gives you one source for accountability, harmonious components, faster development of innovative features, and confidence in future roadmaps.
- Up to 500 ft (152 m) per minute
- High-quality, full-color printing
- Up to 22-in (55.8 cm) web width
Only HP PageWide Web Presses can boast “vertical integration” with HP as the sole source supplier of components, technologies, ink, services, and future enhancements. Only PageWide is engineered with a “true Industrial design" from 6 tons – up to 30 tons and duty cycles from 62M up to 210M for US letter size image/month. And only PageWide has an “upgrade pathway” to keep your press current to support your customers’ demands and technology enhancements; no forklift upgrades here!
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