HP product showcase at Sign and Digital UK to demonstrate revenue-increasing opportunities for customers

Hp Scitex Lx800

HP will showcase an extensive range of large format digital inkjet printing solutions, designed to help customers increase their profitable growth, at this year's Sign and Digital UK exhibition (Birmingham NEC, 12th -14th April).

Exhibiting on stand number H22, HP's line up of innovative products on display will include HP Latex Printing Technologies, spearheaded by the proven and successful HP Designjet L25500 and HP Scitex LX800 printers. Both run water-based HP Latex Inks, whose ability to produce prints for indoor applications where odour(1) is a concern, continues to attract environmentally-conscious customers.

In addition, underscoring how the multi- substrate and broad application capabilities of HP Large Format Printers can increase revenue for sign makers and print business owners, HP will run an informative and educational on-stand seminar programme during the show. This will include a Vespa-wrapping workshop from vinyl-wrapping expert, James Deacon, demonstrating the high-impact and creative results achievable from this low-cost-per-impression marketing tool.

Also on display in Birmingham will be the robust UV flatbed, HP Scitex FB500 Printer and the HP Designjet Z6200 Photo Printer. The 163-cm (64-inch) HP Scitex FB500 Printer features optional white ink capabilities to extend the applications offering available to users, while the HP Designjet Z6200 Photo Printer running HP Vivid Photo Inks delivers high-quality output and the highest speeds of large format printers in its price class.(2)

More information about HP's Sign and Display portfolio can be found at http://h10088.www1.hp.com/cda/gap/display/main/index.jsp?zn=gap&cp=20000-15999-16000_4041_100__

To register for your Sign and Digital UK 2011 tickets, please click here.

(1) Printers using HP Latex Inks use internal heaters to dry and cure the latex polymer film. Some substrates may have an inherent odour.
(2) Based on published manufacturer specifications as of June 2010.