HP at Graph Expo this year revealed the next step in its inkjet web press platform. Dubbed the T350, the machine will be similar to the dual-engined T300 currently being installed around the world, but will feature speed enhancements to enable the machine to produce nearly 4,000 letter-size pages per minute.
“The fact that our customers’ digital color print business continues to grow – while the overall volumes are flat or down – reflects that print service providers are realizing the benefits of HP’s digital printing solutions,” said Christopher Morgan, senior vice president, Graphics Solutions Business, HP. “People are printing smarter, with targeted, high-quality output printed on demand with less waste, more streamlined supply chain processes and a reduced environmental impact.”
The four-color, 30-inch-wide HP T350 also extends an up to 1,200 x 600 dots per inch (dpi) native resolution HP Inkjet Web Press product line that also includes the 30-inch-wide HP T300 and the 20.5-inch-wide, single-engine, duplex HP T200.
HP says it expects to ship the T350 in the latter half of 2011. The machine will be beta tested at O’Neil Data Systems, which also was the beta site for the T300 and currently serves as the beta site for the T200.
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