The HP Indigo WS6600 Digital Press is the most cost-effective, high-quality printing solution for
high-volume labels and packaging production. The industry’s best-selling mainstream solution and the choice of the world’s leading brands, the press delivers high throughput and superior color quality.
Breakthrough productivity. Enhanced Productivity Mode increases press color speed to a record 130 linear feet per minute for most color jobs, delivering the industry’s highest crossover point vs. analog for the vast majority of pressure-sensitive label jobs.
The leader in print quality and color. HP Indigo’s superior technology is the only digital color printing process that matches gravure printing. It provides the widest digital color gamut using up to 7 ink stations on press. With high resolution printing and perfect registration, the HP Indigo labels and packaging solution can produce eye-catching, distinctive packaging by matching up to 97% of the PANTONE® color gamut using on-press simulations or an off-press ink mixing system.
Application versatility. The press offers unmatched application flexibility, enabling production of labels, flexible packaging, sleeves, and folding cartons. It supports pre-treated materials as well as standard, off-the shelf substrates with in-line priming.
End-to-end workflow. Together with market-leading partners, HP Indigo offers an array of well-integrated workflow solutions specifically designed for the needs of labels and packaging converters.
Sustainability. The HP Indigo WS6600 Digital Press is designed to advance more sustainable businesses. Shifting production from analog to digital improves environmental scorecards with the waste-reducing benefits of on-demand technology. The press is also compatible with many environmentally certified media as well as environmentally viable primers, substrates and adhesives.
Keep up to date. The vast majority of innovations released with the HP Indigo WS6600 Digital Press are available as upgrades to enhance capabilities for HP Indigo WS6000 Digital Press owners.