HP to Print for the Future at PacPrint
HP says its PacPrint stand for large format printers will be dynamic and immersive, with the theme Print for the Future, and attendees invited to take part in an interactive and visual demonstration of the latest product innovations from the company.
“HP is thrilled to be part of PacPrint 2022. After two years of lockdowns, this is an important opportunity to reconnect with our customers and partners, as well as our industry colleagues,” said Craig Hardman, LFP country manager for HP Australia & New Zealand.
“The world may have slowed down over the past two years, but we have not. We are excited to unveil some industry defining innovations, and we know are going to be the talk of the show.
The latest HP Indigo digital press technology and applications will be showcased at the Currie Group stand.
The company’s large format print and industrial delivery solutions will be on show on the HP booth – from high-quality photographic and “blazingly fast” poster printers, through to HP’s Latex printer range, with both flexible and rigid media printing options, which include:
- The HP Latex 700/800 series – introduced in February, the Latex 700/800 series brings a suite of features, including its “whitest white” Latex ink that HP says enable print service providers “to be more agile, tackle ambitious projects and take on the highest value work.”
- HP Latex R Series – which HP says enables print services providers to be agile in printing both rigid and flexible media, and offers the “glossiest white[i] and a sustainability edge.”
- HP DesignJet Z Series – incorporating up to nine colours to deliver “photographic and gallery quality” large format prints. HP says the newly launched HP DesignJet Z9+ Pro “delivers the best-ever professional photo quality, all while keeping data secure.”
- HP PageWide XL Series – Offering enhanced workflows and producing durable technical prints and posters at “breakthrough speeds” with £outstanding vivid colour, crisp lines and fine details.” Includes the newly launched HP PageWide XL Pro 10000, 8200 MFP and 5200 MFP that allow print service providers and reprohouses “to hit tough deadlines” and deliver short-term applications such as boards, cardstock and cutsheets.
HP’s print experts will also take part in a PacPrint Forums discussion, sharing their latest industry insights and commentary on future developments for the business, specifically around sustainability.
“HP will have the largest collective presence at this year’s PacPrint event,” said Craig Walmsley, industrial country manager for HP Australia & New Zealand.
“HP Indigo will showcase the high performance and innovative digital press, and applications across the commercial printing, labels and packaging categories.
“Brand protection, security and circular economy will be a key focus for us at this year’s event, and we’re excited to demonstrate the possibilities of HP Indigo presses to transform business for profitable growth.”
HP will be centrally located on stand E14 at PacPrint 2022, which will run at the Melbourne Convention & Exhibition Centre from 28 June to 1 July.