Jukebox Print acquires its first HP Indigo digital press. The Vancouver-based commercial print company is experiencing rapid growth, thanks to creative trendsetting driven by the popularity of its YouTube and Pinterest channels.
Jukebox selected the HP Indigo solution to sustain growth and enhance product offerings with special inks and media on a much more productive and cost-effective platform.
“Complex designs that push the boundaries of print require complicated print processes. They can be produced faster on our new HP Indigo 7900 digital press with quality that actually surpasses offset,” said Loredo Rucchin, founder and CEO of Jukebox. “We will pass on this value to our customers who will be amazed by the quality and value for these high-impact pieces.”
Jukebox specializes in printing on unique, stand-out substrates for full range of commercial print products, such as stickers, business cards, brochures, folders, coasters and hang tags, gift cards, greeting cards and wedding invitations.
The new 19-in. HP Indigo 7900 press installed at Jukebox is fully loaded with special capabilities to create raised and textured effects and print on thick substrates including synthetics and paper boards of up to 22 pt (550 microns/650 gsm) using One Shot printing. The seven-colour press, capable of reaching 97 per cent of Pantones, prints with more than 20 specialty inks, including high-opacity premium white, fluorescents pink, yellow and green, HP Indigo ElectroInk Silver for a gamut of metallics, and ElectroInk Easy Release ink for scratch-off applications.
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