HP will demonstrate key products from its wide and super-wide format digital inkjet portfolio at Viscom Paris, Hall 8 Stand E18, 27-29 September 2011, Paris Nord Villepinte. Exhibiting in conjunction with its partner, ID Numérique, HP's impressive product showcase is designed to broaden application capabilities and increase the revenue-enhancing potential for print service providers. The line-up will be spearheaded by the recently introduced HP Scitex LX850 Printer which runs water-based HP Latex Inks. The 3.2m printer delivers maximum versatility and productivity with multiple workflow features, including dual-roll, roll-to-free fall and roll-to-collector handling and an ink collector.
Highlighting the continued importance of its latex technologies, HP's stand will include the HP Designjet L25500 Printer, as well as a 'Latex Corner' comprising high-quality printed applications. Ranging from interior decoration and signage, the latex corner will show the variety of projects achievable using HP Latex printers and consumables, which have been introduced to limit the impact on the environment and help customers increase their sustainability.
Also on show in Paris will be the robust and reliable flatbed HP Scitex FB700 and FB500 Printers that offer 2.5m-wide and 1.63m-wide printing at speeds of up to 80m2/hr and 37m2/hr, respectively. Both printers increase application versatility by printing on to a wide range of rigid and flexible media and offer output-enriching matt/gloss finishes, as well as optional white ink.
Completing the line-up will be the HP Designjet Z6200 Photo Printer, which uses HP Vivid Photo Inks to deliver high-quality output and the highest speeds of large format printers in its price class.(1) Designed for photo labs, digital print shops, advertising agencies, design firms and commercial printers, the HP Designjet Z6200 Photo Printer series delivers photo-quality prints at 2,400 dpi and versatility for indoor applications from line drawings to photographic output to signage.
Visitors to the HP stand can also chance their luck in a prize draw to win a wrapped Vespa scooter adorned with striking latex-printed graphics.
(1) Based on published manufacturer specifications as of June 2010.