HP Indigo Digital Press Portfolios Raise the Bar

HP Indigo 5600 Digital Press

HP Indigo 5600 Digital Press

HP Indigo Digital Presses are the highlight in digital printing at this years’s photokina 2012.  With improving technology, HP Indigo has upgraded and made some significant enhancements to its current portfolio of HP Indigo Digital Presses. Let’s take a look at these improvements.

 HP Indigo 7600 Digital Press: After the success of HP 7500, this digital press can print up to 120 A4/8.5×11 inch pages per minute (ppm) in the standard production mode, and produce an output of up to 160 pages per minute using EPM (Enhanced Productivity Mode). The HP Indigo 7600 Digital Press also incorporates automation and diagnostic improvements which results in 10 percent more press uptime compared to the HP 7500.
Additionally the press also includes raised print/textured effects for text and images on premium-quality jobs. Also, with the new Light Black ink, you can avail of higher monochrome quality photographic prints. Not only this, but the HP Indigo 7600 also features a fully automated finishing using Lasermax Roll Systems’ PageReady system, an optional, in-line cutter and stacker.

 HP Indigo 5600 Digital Press:  For the last four years, the HP Indigo 5500 had been the best selling sheet fed. However the new HP Indigo 5600 model has the ability to print up to 68 ppm (pages per minute) in standard color mode, 136 ppm for two color jobs and up to 272 ppm for printing in monochrome. Adding to this, the model features EPM and allows color printing of up to 90 ppm.
Using the one-shot ink laydown feature, users can use this digital press to provide good quality imaging on synthetic substrates. The 5600 press can also be used for creating security ID cards, tickets and high-value coupons if used with the new red-fluorescing invisible ink for the  HP Indigo 5600 model. On the other hand, a white ink option and upgraded media sensors on the Indigo 5600 will allow you to print full-color on black and fully transparent substrates. The white ink feature can also be used with Color-Logic software to produce metallic effects.

HP Indigo W7250 Digital Press: With W7250, HP extend its EPM to the commercial roll-fed platform. The HP Indigo W7250 Press  comes with the option to produce color jobs at 320 ppm. This model has been built to print 10 million full-color, A4 or letter-size pages per month and is capable of producing a high-volume photo book including publishing, direct mail and transpromotional print applications.
The HP Indigo W7250 also brings greater color consistency between the press’s two print engines.

While these new improvements are certainly going to make huge and positive changes in the digital printing sector, tomorrow we will bring to you photo possibilities of HP Indigo’s B2 Digital Presses.

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