HP to Provide Reconditioned Indigo Presses

PrintAction Staff
June 08, 2015
By PrintAction Staff
HP Indigo 7r presses can be upgraded with 7800 model options like One-Shot and inline spectrophotometry.
HP Indigo 7r presses can be upgraded with 7800 model options like One-Shot and inline spectrophotometry.

HP announced plans to begin offering fully warranted and reconditioned Indigo 7000 presses, under new Indigo 7r branding. Remanufactured on a dedicated production line, HP explains the presses undergo the same complete integration process and testing as new HP Indigo presses.

HP Indigo 7r presses can also be upgraded to include capabilities currently only available on HP Indigo 7800 Digital Presses, such as One Shot Color technology, automated on-press colour management aided by an in-line spectrophotometer and Smart Scheduling. In addition, the base configuration of HP Indigo 7r presses can be upgraded to include additional ink stations for up to seven colours, including white ink, and on-press special effects capabilities.

“Backed by HP’s support, HP Indigo 7r digital presses offer a wider range of PSPs the opportunity to seize new revenue streams within the profitable digital printing market with less capital investment,” said Alon Bar-Shany, GM, Indigo Digital Press Division, HP.

Driven by the HP SmartStream Production Pro v.5.1 Print Server, Indigo 7r presses can print up to 120 full-colour pages per minute or 160 pages in EPM mode by knocking out the black channel. They are rated to produce up to 4-million pages per month. The Indigo 7r presses also provide access to HP Indigo Print Care for automatic issue diagnosis and troubleshooting and are eligible for HP Indigo support programs.

 

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