HP introduced the HP Designjet L26100 Printer, designed for small print service providers (PSPs) interested in the versatility, ease-of-use and environmental benefits of HP Latex Printing Technologies.
This easily upgradeable device featuring durable HP 792 Designjet Latex Inks is ideal for high-impact indoor and outdoor applications, including point of purchase (POP) displays, temporary textiles as well as vehicle graphics. The 61-inch HP Designjet L26100 Printer also delivers reliable, low-maintenance printing and fast delivery times with prints that dry inside the printer, ready for immediate finishing or use.
“As the market shifts from solvent to latex solutions, customers at all production levels are becoming increasingly interested in the wide range of applications, quality and environmental benefits afforded by HP Latex Technology,” said Xavier Garcia, vice president and general manager, Sign & Display Business, HP. “HP is responding to the rising demand with a cost-effective solution that opens the door to latex printing for small PSPs with budgets of all sizes.”
The HP Designjet L26100 Printer with water-based HP Latex Inks offers high-quality, 1200 dots per inch (dpi) output with better durability than eco-solvent inks. HP also offers recyclable printing materials, helping PSPs capture new business with environmentally conscious customers. Furthermore, HP Latex Printing Technologies contribute to an improved work environment, requiring no special ventilation and no hazard warning labels unlike most eco-solvent inks.
Product availability and upgrades
The HP Designjet L26100 Printer is now available in the U.S. Optional accessories will be available to customers interested in expanding their application capabilities.