HP has updated its portfolio of Latex R Series printers and introduced the entry-level Latex R1000.
The R1000 can handle media up to 64in wide in sheet-fed configuration - a roll-fed available as accessory. It has a white ink printing capability and uses 3 litre-cartridges.
“With the new HP Latex R Printer series 2020 edition, large-format print service providers will benefit from new levels of performance. They will also be able expand to fast-growing applications, such as short-run special packaging and printed thermoforming for which HP Latex inks technology delivers top quality performance,” said Guayente Sanmartin, general manager, HP Large Format Graphics Business, HP Inc.
The latest HP Latex R2000 Plus printer - for highest capacity and productivity - feeds materials (roll-fed or sheet-fed) up to 98in wide (2.5 meters), and uses 5 litre-cartridges.
The R Series rigid substrate capabilities include paper and plastic foamboard, PVC foam, corrugated board, acrylic, polycarbonate, compressed cardboard, honeycomb board, aluminium composite panel, and wood. Roll substrates include PVC banner, self-adhesive vinyl, coated paper, polypropylene, polystyrene, polycarbonate, polyester, textiles and canvas.