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HP Adds Pair of Latex Printers

Two 6-color models for a variety of signage applications.

HP’s new wide-format latex printers include the 54-in., entry-level Latex 110 and the 64-in. Latex 370.

Designed for low-volume production of vinyl, canvas, and P-O-P applications, the Latex 110 offers 6 colors and images up to 517 sq ft/hr with a max. resolution of 1200 dpi. Additional features include automatic maintenance, front loading, and access to the company’s online tutorials, color management library, WallArt software, and more.

The 6-color, 1200-dpi Latex 370, intended for a variety of signage applications, accepts most traditional substrates, including textiles. The machine’s water-based, odorless inks reportedly require no dry time, are scratch-resistant and permissible in sensitive indoor spaces such as the healthcare industry, and are available in 3-L ink cartridges. The Latex 370 also includes a media advance sensor, a touchscreen with access to an automated color management system, 3M MCS warranty, and remote monitoring with the HP Latex mobile app.
 

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