By Mark Keefe, President
PrimeNet is proud to announce the purchase of two HP Indigo 7800 presses for its Florida facility.
The HP Indigo 7800 Digital Press is the fastest 13 x 19 inch format digital sheetfed press in the market combining proven quality, versatility, and breakthrough intelligent automation to maintain the highest possible productivity.
Special printing capabilities expand digital applications.
The HP Indigo 7800 can print direct onto synthetic substrates, printing high-value applications such as plastic cards, overlays, lenticular applications, point-of-sale and premium postcards. The press supports HP Indigo ElectroInk Digital Matte for spot coating effects on glossy substrates in addition to other special inks, including HP Indigo ElectroInk Invisible Red and Light Black.
It also features special effects such as raised print, textured effects and digital water marks. Compatible with more than 2800 substrates, the press enables PSPs to offer unique jobs using dark, transparent, metallic, and recycled papers, synthetic and lenticular substrates, and paperboard for folding cartons. It can print on thick substrates up to 18 pt.
Color Management Made Easy!
The HP Indigo 7800 provides automated on-press color management aided by an inline spectrophotometer – eliminating the need for manual color manipulations. The inline spectrophotometer and color management tools help to ensure the best possible match to hard-copy proofs, color uniformity within a page, and color consistency between presses and sites to meet strict brand guidelines. The spectrophotometer also streamlines the process for color standards certifications, such as Gracol and Fogra.
Faster Front End!
The HP Indigo 7800 has HP SmartStream Production Pro Print Server Version 5, the fastest digital front end available on the market that enhances performance with a 30% faster Rip. It also features an intelligent automation feature that helps prioritize print jobs with optimized on-press job sequencing according to job length, media, image types and job priority.