At Graph Expo, continuing in Orlando this week, HP Inc. announced four new 30-inch HP PageWide Web Presses powered by its High Definition Nozzle Architecture (HDNA) technology: HP PageWide Web Press T390 HD, T390M HD, T380 HD and T370 HD.
The new system print at 500 feet per minute in quality mode and, according to HP, are aimed at applications like colour and trade books, journals, retail catalogues, brochures and marketing collateral. The company also introduced a new technology that can be applied through the HP PageWide Web Presses, called HP Link Technology, which embeds Internet-connected codes and invisible watermarks in printed collateral, such as customized textbooks, magazines or instruction manuals.
Most recently, Toronto-based Webcom leveraged HP Link Technology, along with HP One Book workflow solution and its HP PageWide Web Press T360, to produce several hundred individually personalized versions of Unsquaring the Wheel,, which are being shown at Graph Expo 2016.
HP PageWide Web Press customers recently surpassed 180 billion pages printed since 2009. HP explains customers are now running more than five billion pages per month, up from four billion pages per month in 2015. An HP PageWide Web Press T360M customer, explains HP, recently broke a worldwide productivity record by producing 7.3 million pages in a day and more than 32 million pages in a week. MLI Marketing Solutions became its 1,000th PrintOS customer.
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