HP has announced the new Designjet Z5400 PostScript ePrinter, the first multi-roll, large-format ePrinter for copy shops (1).
The new printer helps customers increase their print offerings to address a wider range of requests without a large capital investment.
Copy shops often fulfil urgent and diverse print requests, so they depend on solutions that can produce a large variety of applications quickly and efficiently without compromising quality. The HP Designjet Z5400 PostScript ePrinter helps copy shops respond to these demands.
The 1.11m (44-inch) device is ideal for printing large-format applications with high image quality, such as posters, photos, canvases, backlit prints, indoor signs, point-of-sale posters, line drawings and maps. The HP ePrinter provides fast delivery of completed print projects with two-roll media and automatic switching features. This increases productivity by reducing time spent changing media as well as downtime in between multiple print jobs.
Copy shop customers expect quick turnaround times and prints with consistent colour tones and image quality. The HP Designjet Z5400 PostScript ePrinter features HP Multi-Dimensional Smart Drop Placement Technology, which provides increased levels of colour accuracy for reliable operation. Based on automatic drop detection and intelligent masking capabilities, the technology detects then corrects ink placement errors during printing to increase efficiency and reduce waste.
Copy shops can employ HP Instant Printing PRO to preview, crop and easily print PDF, PostScript, HP-GL/2, TIFF and JPEG files. Additionally, the web-connected HP Designjet Z5400 features automatic software updates, USB flash drive or email printing, as well as a colour touch screen and print preview for quick checking of prints.
The HP Designjet Z5400 PostScript ePrinter allows copy shops to produce durable, water-resistant prints that can last up to 200 years (2). The HP ePrinter uses six HP Photo Inks with three different shades of black to produce quality colour and black-and-white images with up to 2 400 x 1 200 dots per inch (dpi).