Rider Dickerson is thrilled to announce the purchase and installation of the new HP Indigo 7500 Digital Press. The purchase of the 7500 comes in response to the growing demand for high quality digital printing in the industry. Rider Dickerson is one of the few printers in the Chicago area who house the HP Indigo 7500 Digital Press.
Rider Dickerson’s decision to invest in the 7500 press was based on growing demand for variable data and quick turnaround times on high-quality digital print. The new HP Indigo 7500 Digital Press is the most technologically advanced high-volume sheetfed digital printing solution in the market. Designed for high-volume production, the HP Indigo 7500 Digital Press can print up to 120 A4 Pages per minute in full color. The 7500 has a range of workflow solutions to support the demands of complex jobs and scaling environments. In addition, the press is able to print a larger sheet size of 13”x 19”+ bleeds as well as has the capability to print on a variety of thicker stocks ranging up to 18pt. Another notable feature is that the 7500 has is the ability to print white ink on dark stocks as well as clear plastics. The new capabilities and increased speed are phenomenal! Another bonus with the HP Indigo 7500 is that it was designed with the environment in mind. HP Indigo 7500 Digital Press uses up to 10% less energy per printed page than its predecessor and features an advanced on-press oil recycling system designed to eliminate the need for additional imaging oil.
“The demand for quality digital work is growing and we are committed to investing in equipment and technologies which can add value to our clients. We have partnered with HP to be on the leading edge of advancements in digital technology. The new capabilities of the HP 7500 press including the larger sheet size, the ability to print on thicker substrates and the white ink kit will allow us to offer better and more cost effective solutions to our customers. We are extremely pleased with the quality of the pieces that have already run! ” -Rider Dickerson President and CEO, Bill Barta