BookBaby installs HP Indigo 100K digital press
August 19, 2021 By PrintAction Staff
BookBaby, a U.S.-based self-publishing service provider, is expanding production by investing in a new HP Indigo 100K digital press.
BookBaby has completed deployment of the 29-in., sheetfed HP Indigo 100K press, engineered for nonstop printing, to accommodate the demand for digital book printing. With this new addition to their fleet of HP Indigo digital presses, BookBaby can produce more than 10,000 books a day.
“People are feeling more expressive and creative now, and they are turning to self-publishing more when they realize they don’t need traditional publishing gatekeepers to find success. Instead of spending years trying to find a publisher, especially new authors can get into the market very quickly through BookBaby,” said Jim Foley, vice-president at BookBaby, which serves both the e-book and printed book market. “HP Indigo digital presses have made it possible for people and small publishers to print books in an efficient way to support the modern-day print on-demand publishing model.”
The new press joins the HP Indigo fleet printing for BookBaby at its site in Pennsauken, N.J., including the B2-sized, fourth-generation HP Indigo 12000 and HP Indigo 10000, as well as the 19-in. HP Indigo 7800.
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