HP Inc. has unveiled the new Scitex 9000 Industrial Press, which is scheduled to be commercially available beginning June 1, 2016, and new HP HDR245 Scitex Inks, which are designed to provide faster signage printing speeds with an entry-level investment.
The HP Scitex 9000 Industrial Press is rated to produce up to 90 beds per hour with full automation, while operator-dependent manual media handling is targeted at around 60 beds per hour. This relates to a 500,000 m2 per year duty cycle for a range of applications like point-of-purchase signs and displays. Additionally, the Scitex 9000 press is upgradeable, allowing customers to scale production according to their quality and productivity needs.
The new HP HDR245 Scitex Inks are designed to work on flexible, rigid and select plastic medias, providing what HP describes as higher quality work at faster speeds. HP explains these low-odour inks enable longer runs with minimal maintenance intervention and can eliminate the need for additional protective overcoats due to their flexibility and surface durability. HP HDR245 Scitex Inks provide a colour gamut with up to 86 percent Pantone coverage and print longevity of up to two years outdoors.
HP Introduces Scitex 9000
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