GRAFICOMP TO SHOWCASE LATEST HP PRINTERS AT SIGN AFRICA ROADSHOW

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The company will be showcasing the latest Latex printers from HP, the L26500, L28500 and LX850 at the Sign Africa RoadShow in Durban from 14-15 March 2012.

The 1.5m L26500 and 2.6m L28500 are perfect for those starting up their signage business. With print speeds of up to 23sqm per hour (HP L26500) or 70sqm per hour (HP L28500) and instantly dry and ready to use prints, the printers create greater productivity and turnaround time for your business. They offer a broad range of outdoor and indoor applications with a vast range of media to choose from.  

The company’s new generation latex inks are the cheapest inks on the market. The inks give you richer colours and darker blacks – great for backlit film. Both printers also offer a new feature with double sided printing that is accurate and easy to use. HP’s Latex printers have the versatility and durability associated with solvent printers but without the toxic fumes and hazardous waste. They are also perfect for the environmentally-conscious business.

HP LX850
This 3.2m wide industrial printer is the ultimate printer for any serious signage company. It is the cheapest printer, per square metro, on the market. Its six 3 litre ink cartridges all contain HP’s New Generation inks, giving you richer colours, darker blacks and greater water resistance. With printing speeds of up to 177sqm per hour, this printer will not only increase your productivity but will help you lower your costs across the board. It offers you roll-to-roll, roll-to-free fall or roll-to-collector options, ensuring the simplest solution for whatever the project. It has double-sided printing capabilities and an ink collector, allowing you to print straight onto your textiles. The printer emits no toxic fumes or hazardous waste and needs no air extraction equipment. It is environmentally friendly, ensuring healthier working conditions.

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