Whether in private homes or large scale commercial projects, personalized interior design has never been in such high demand as it is today. For interior designers, shopfitters and booth builders, printable wall coverings offer a cost-efficient way of giving interiors that eye-catching finish.
Sensational promotion or long-lasting wall design
When selecting the medium, it is vital to plan ahead. Whether long-term wall design in hotels and other interiors or short-term promotion at the point of sale – there are suitable wall coverings for any purpose. High-tack wallpapers offer powerful adhesive formulas, ideal for semi-permanent or permanent installations. For short- to medium-term campaigns, for example, at the point of sale, there are products that can be quickly removed without leaving any residue.
The look of real wallpaper paired with the creative freedom of graphics films
Whether opting for geometric designs, advertising messages or landscape photography, almost any design can be applied to printable wallpaper. This presents an enormous potential for interior designers. Depending on the product, the wallpapers feature textures just like regular wallpapers do, ranging from woodchip to linen. In terms of the compatible printing technologies, Neschen offers printable wallpapers for nearly all inks, ranging from UV-curing inks to latex and solvent inks. In the shopfitting industry, digitally printable wall coverings not only score with their versatility: Many wall coverings are ideal for public areas because they are washable, abrasion-resistant and durable. This makes them ideal for high-traffic areas such as shopping malls.
Discover how printable wall coverings transform interiors
Porto’s newest luxury hotel gives its guests a glimpse into a rich history: The Hotel Pestana Porto – A Brasileira is built in the famous A Brasileira Café, the first to serve coffee in a cup in the early 20th century. Renowned for the slogan „The best coffee comes from A Brasileira“, it has a special past. The 5-star hotel still features the buildings’ original architectural elements and boasts 115 years of history. The rooms‘ themes are all tied to the spices and products imported during the Portuguese maritime expansion during the 15th and 16th centuries. Digitally printable wall coverings are a perfect medium for these types of applications: The wall designs fully transform the look and feel of hotel rooms, restaurants, and retail areas while being cost-efficient. Since interior designers and shopfitters are free in selecting any design, printable wall coverings are more and more appreciated as a sophisticated design element for interiors.
On the walls of the hotel’s 89 rooms, Neschen’s wallpaper performance linen pays tribute to the interesting history of the hotel.
A portfolio made for the designer of today
Just as in many other sectors, the interior design market is both increasing in scope and specialism which in turn increases the demands and requirements of printable wallpaper. Nechen have diversified their portfolio to include a range of textured and environmentally friendly printable wallpapers that are not only PVC but are solvent free. Discover the Neschen portfolio online now.Posted: January 20, 2020||
In many industries, products and manufacturing processes that are more sustainable is becoming more and more important. In the field of self-adhesive media, the movement towards eco-friendliness represents a major challenge. The problem is obvious: Plastic and therefore self-adhesive films are generally challenging in regards to their eco-friendliness. However, it is difficult to avoid them completely in everyday life. For example in book protection films, PVC (polyvinyl chloride) has many advantages towards other materials and is easy to work with. Nevertheless, Neschen has developed many product alternatives on the basis of PP (polypropylene) instead of PVC over the years. This way, customers can choose a suitable product depending on each individual application. Additionally, Neschen works with solvent-free acrylate adhesives and ensures that all raw materials are free of harmful additives.
But what exactly is the difference between PVC and PP?
After PE (polyethylene) and PP, PVC is the third most important polymer for plastics. PVC is divided into hard and soft PVC. Many users prefer PVC films because they are softer and more elastic and therefore easier to process. PP is recognised as an eco-friendlier alternative because it is a simply structured synthetic material and also a “by-product” of the petrol industry. This resource is put to good use in the form of protecting or mounting films.
Over the years, Neschen has developed alternatives on the basis of PP for virtually every application (digital print, protection and mounting films). PP films are a little more difficult to work with because they are less flexible. Cutting through the material is also a little more difficult than cutting through the PVC version.
Nevertheless, a lot speaks for using PP films as an alternative to PVC:
Posted: January 16, 2020|Categories: Book Protection Films|
- non-toxic combustion
- byproduct of the petrol industry
- does not contaminate ground water
- virtually shrink-proof
- temperature resistant up to +100°C (212°F)
At this years FESPA, Neschen Coating GmBH is presenting a creative bike cafe. In addition to its top sellers, the company is presenting product innovations such as a new hybrid mounting film for difficult substrates, currently the only solution of this kind on the market
Bike cafes are conquering cities as a popular cycling destination. In addition to instant service and a cozy backdrop for a pit stop, the popular cafes offer a shop area with bicycle accessories and spare parts. For FESPA 2020 in Madrid, Neschen Coating GmbH is following this trend and presents an exhibition booth in the style of a bike café with an industrial design theme. FESPA Global Print Expo is expected to attract over 18,000 industry professionals in four days—from the 24th to the 27th of March 2020. It is Europe’s largest international trade exhibition for the digital printing industry.
Besides just coffee, there is much else to discover in Neschen’s bicycle cafe. The booth features minimalistic industrial design elements made of brick, concrete, wood, iron and corrugated sheet metal and—just like an authentic bike café—with a sitting area and workshop area. The concept is ideal for presenting Neschen‘s products, featuring bikes elaborately designed with Neschen media, photo art with gudy® mounting films and industrial design walls with products of the wallcovering range. “We would like to present to our visitors the diverse application possibilities of our products in a realistic environment, this year, in form of a bike cafe,” says Kai Tittgemeyer, CEO of Neschen Coating GmbH.
With new hybrid adhesive film even demanding substrates can be equipped with self-adhesive properties
In addition to already established products, Neschen is presenting new product developments such as gudy® 806 hybrid. The film is a unique solution, created to equip challenging substrates with self-adhesive properties, guaranteeing a long-term and reliable bond.
The new gudy® hybrid film is the only solution of this kind on the market: Even challenging materials can now be equipped with self-adhesive properties.
This mounting film is ideal for demanding or heavy materials such as textiles, tarpaulins or foam boards. In the cafés workshop area, the Bueckeburg-based company presents one of its high-performance laminators: The Neschen ColdLam 1650. It was designed for mounting and laminating prints up to 1650 mm wide and is suitable for processing a wide range of materials.
More than just a trend – Neschen extends sustainable product portfolio
Sustainability is more than just a trend for Neschen. The manufacturer already offers green alternatives in all portfolio areas. The continuously expanded Green Wall range of printable wallpapers and products such as UVprint PP easy dot® transparent are just two examples of more sustainable solutions. This portfolio will be continuously expanded in the future.
Neschen Coating GmbH is exhibiting in Hall 5 at booth D55.Posted: January 09, 2020||
Neschen Coating has joined the Fine Art Trade Guild, an organisation representing the fine art and framing industry. The Guild sets standards and guidelines for prints and picture framing. Based in London, the Guild also acts as a regulatory body and has established ethics and operative standards for its members.
Neschen has continuously expanded its product range for this market and research and development still continues
Providing professional mounting and framing solutions for photos, fine art prints, Baryta papers, passe-partouts and more has made Neschen’s portfolio a high-quality solution for a variety of customer demands. For decades, the comprehensive range of adhesives and tapes has been used by international fine art producers, picture framers, museums and photographers alike. The waterbased adhesive formulations are environmentally friendly, something the company puts great emphasis on.
With the large range of filmoplast® tapes, Neschen has made a name for itself as a market innovator. One example of the filmoplast® range is filmoplast® P, a transparent self-adhesive tape for fixing thin papers and an ideal solution for picture framers. The tape guarantees that the suspension remains hidden, even when working with very thin papers. Some filmoplast® tapes are excellent for dust-free sealing. The adhesives are solvent-, acid- and phthalate-free, as well as ageing-resistant and non-yellowing. Neschen’s gudy® Roller.dot, a dispenser with removable self-adhesive dots, offers a transparent transfer adhesive and is perfectly suited for bonding of photos and fine art prints. The dot-shaped adhesive, developed by Neschen, allows for a very easy and bubble-free application. The filmoplast® P, filmoplast® P 90, filmoplast® P 90 plus and gudy® Roller.dot passed the PAT-Test and are thus ideal for fine art producers and picture framers.
Joining the Fine Art Trade Guild – a logical choice for Neschen Coating
The Fine Art Trade Guild is known not only for having set high industry standards, but for successfully transferring them into the digital age. Therefore, joining the Guild was just a logical step for for Neschen. “Neschen Coating GmbH is delighted to be joining the Fine Art Trade Guild. As a manufacturer with market-leading adhesives and tapes for picture framing and fine art reproduction, Neschen is proud to be a new member of the guild. We plan to learn from the Guild Members and develop our portfolio to meet the ever changing market needs”, said Erik Geutjes, Marketing Director of Neschen Coating GmbH.Posted: January 06, 2020|Categories: Repair Tapes|
For Hahnemühle, the leading trade fair for photography and imaging in the US, PhotoPlus Expo in New York, is all about FineArt papers, exclusive photo art and perfect prints. The new Natural Line is completely unique on the market and will see its world debut in New York.
The FineArt industry will see a new paper range that elevates FineArt printing to a new level. As the inventor and pioneer of genuine artist papers for inkjet printing, Hahnemühle fullfills the wish of many photographers to include FineArt papers made of 100% natural and unique fibres in the Digital FineArt Collection.
The new FineArt inkjet papers from the Natural Line are the next step in our continuous pursuit of sustainability and careful use of our resources.
About the Natural Line
The Natural Line has a special place in the Hahnemühle Digital FineArt Collection. It focuses on FineArt inkjet papers made from unique raw materials: bamboo, hemp and agave. The plants that provide the cellulose require minimal maintenance, grow quickly and don’t need any pesticides. Their rapid growth means that more cellulose can be produced on the same cropland than with other raw materials, and they also require much less water, helping to save valuable resources and protect the environment.
The new FineArt inkjet papers from the Natural Line are the next step in our continuous pursuit of sustainability and careful use of our resources.
- Bamboo · 290 gsm, 90% bamboo fibre, 10% cotton, natural white, smooth matt surface
- Hemp · 290 gsm, 60% hemp fibre, 40% cotton, white, smooth matt surface
- Agave · 290 gsm, 70% agave fibre, 30% cotton, white, textured matt surface
Hahnemühle is regarded as the inventor of Digital FineArt paper for inkjet printers. For more than 20 years, the oldest German paper manufacturer has been leading the way in producing true artist papers for photography and art reproductions. The papers – made with over 435 years of manufacturing experience – all receive a special coating that does not affect the exquisite feel of the papers. The inkjet coating produces prints with razor sharp details, bold colours and deep blacks. All papers have an excellent resistance to ageing. The Hahnemühle Digital FineArt Collection offers more than 20 different types of paper, and the Hahnemühle Photo range includes eight types of media. Awarded ‘Brand of the Century’, Hahnemühle enjoys an esteemed reputation worldwide among artists, photographers, museums, galleries and collectors.Posted: December 08, 2019||
At the upcoming Printing United tradeshow in Dallas, Onyx Graphics, inc. will be providing a first glimpse of the next version release of ONYX Hub, the company's business intelligence tool for wide-format print. ONYX Hub was first released in 2017 as the first-to-market solution to bring business and production together with entire site visibility and an intuitive dashboard for reporting ink usage, media waste and actual job costs to make better business decisions. ONYX Hub 2.0 introduces new secure server encryption and active user management controls to protect sensitive print production date and secure customer information.
“Modern print shops need easy-to-use tools that can provide them with real-time data to better understand the actual costs of printing,” said Bryan Manwaring, Director of Product Marketing at Onyx Graphics. “Ensuring that data is protected is paramount for business owners to feel at ease with new technologies that are coming into this market.”
ONYX Hub 2.0 also introduces a better way to manage job submission from pre-press to production, saving valuable time to more print jobs per day. Coupled with a newly designed responsive interface that automatically optimizes for any device, ONYX Hub 2.0 helps users easily access site-wide print production data from any network desktop, tablet or mobile web browser.
The announcement of ONYX Hub 2.0 coincides with the inaugural PRINTING United tradeshow, powered by the Specialty Graphic Imaging Association (SGIA) to bring all print under one roof. “PRINTING United embodies the history of the SGIA Expo as a conduit for new and interesting technologies coming to market,” said Ray Weiss, Director of Digital Print Programs at SGIA. “The purpose of PRINTING United is to provide access to the latest innovations and solutions designed to enhance our industry and ONYX Hub 2.0 is exactly that.”
Teaming with industry leaders
Onyx Graphics proudly supports the widest range of industry-leading printers and manufacturers. In addition to the Onyx Graphics booth, ONYX software will be driving printers in numerous partner booths around the show. PRINTING United attendees are encouraged to visit Onyx Graphics at booth 6816 for a complete list of partner booths showcasing the power of ONYX software.
ONYX Hub 2.0 will be globally available later this year, as an annual subscription through ONYX Advantage Gold, the upper tier of the company’s software maintenance contract that also provides access to product updates and device drivers free of charge. As part of the company’s 30th anniversary, Onyx Graphics is promoting a special offer for all booth visitors. Customers should visit www.onyxgfx.com for more information.
About Onyx Graphics, Inc.
Leading the industry since 1989, Onyx Graphics is dedicated to helping customers increase productivity, reduce costs, and gain a competitive edge with superior print and colour quality. Its passion for delivering superb colour led to the development of ONYX Colour, Onyx Graphics’ colour engine optimised specifically for large format inkjet printing. Innovative, productive, and satisfied customers around the globe help motivate the company to continually develop and enhance its leading-edge technologies. Global channel partnerships and longstanding relationships with printer manufacturers position Onyx Graphics as a market leader in powerful, reliable, large format printing workflow software. For more information, visit www.onyxgfx.com.Posted: October 21, 2019||
Integrated workflows with print and cut solutions are enabling businesses to shorten lead times and offer a wider range of applications than ever before. Therefore, Summa is proud to announce that HP has validated Summa’s F Series flatbed cutters for the HP Latex R Printer Series. The printers and cutters complement each other perfectly, bringing customer workflows to the next level.
While obtaining stunning colours on rigid, or even flexible materials with the HP Latex R Printer Series, the finishing with Summa’s F Series precision cutters delivers the same level of quality. This enables businesses to combine the choice of material, design, colour results and cutting quality into excellent end products. HP states that the aim of the HP and Summa Partnership is to enhance the value proposition and competitive advantage of HP Latex and Summa with solutions for the E2E printing environment beyond the printer.
Summa’s Executive Director, Wim Maes: “This year, Summa accomplished its goal to improve the synergy with the large format digital printer market, by launching two large-format flatbeds matching the 3.2 m (10’ 5”) working width of printers perfectly. In combination with Summa’s GoProduce software, the F Series ensures the highest versatility to process all kinds of material and offer numerous high-end solutions to the sign making, textile, and digital print industries. Even more so, with the HP Partnership and validation for the F Series with the HP Latex R Printer Series, this pursuit of excellent synergy between printers and cutters has reached new heights.”
Meet short deadlines
Both the printer and the cutter are made to deliver the highest quality with optimum lead times. But in order to make a significant difference in the time needed to process the order, it is indispensable for both operations to be perfectly coordinated. This is exactly why collaborations, such as this print and cut solution, are so powerful to optimise workflows, save valuable time and deliver products that meet the needs of the customer in time.
Workflow versatility to the next level
A well-integrated workflow helps businesses to offer a wider range of applications. Since the materials printed on the HP Latex R Printer Series can be processed flawlessly on the Summa F Series, no application will be too bold a challenge to create. Always with the highest quality level in mind.
Find practical similarities such as the dimensions of rigid and flexible materials that fit on the flatbed cutters, as well as the types of material that the flatbed system can easily handle. This is possible thanks to high-quality modules that can house multiple tools to efficiently apply multiple cutting techniques in one single job. For example, paper-thin, thick materials, rigid and flexible materials have no secrets for Summa's flatbed cutters. With which, in turn, all kinds of applications are made such as stickers, posters, beach flags and advertising displays.
Every day, for more than 3 decades, Summa delivers the world's highest-quality vinyl and contour cutters, finishing flatbeds and laser cutters without compromise. Summa provides cutting edge solutions for the printing, signage, display, apparel and packaging industries. Summa's global headquarters is located in Gistel, Belgium.Posted: October 18, 2019|Categories: Flatbed Cutters|
Onyx Graphics, Inc., a leading software solution provider for the wide-format printing industry celebrating 30 years of innovation throughout 2019, announced today that its ONYX software is certified for the HP Stitch textile printer line. The HP Stitch S Series is the first widely available textile-focused printing solution developed by HP.
HP’s RIP certification program defines a comprehensive set of integration, compatibility and performance criteria aligned to the highest performance standards and the unique capabilities of HP printing technologies. The HP Stitch Certification is a process to differentiate HP partners that demonstrate conformance to these criteria in order to receive HP Stitch certification status.
For the new HP Stitch S Series printers, Onyx Graphics designed the driver to include functionality for both direct-to-fabric printing and dye sublimation transfer using paper or film. In addition, the ONYX driver provides a custom ICC build option preset specific to the HP Stitch printers as well as ONYX QuickSet options to simplify managing textile and dye-sublimation workflows. Combined with ONYX iccMAX v5 profiling found only in ONYX 19, users of the HP Stitch S300 and S500 printers have an easy way to achieve superior and consistent colour across their entire print production environment, as well as a simple way to automate complete textile print workflows.
“ONYX software certification by HP and its integration with HP’s first-ever textile printer defines quality and colour for textile and soft-signage print applications,” said Bryan Manwaring, Director of Product Marketing at Onyx Graphics, Inc. “HP Stitch S Series customers utilising ONYX software profiling and colour tools can feel confident in delivering fast, consistent quality output that can be automated at the click of a button.”
About the HP Stitch S Series printers
According to HP, the company’s HP Stitch S Series re-invents dye sublimation printing with a portfolio of digital textile printers that deliver fast, precise colour matching, alongside efficient, simplified processes. It is HP’s latest innovation designed to accelerate commercial digital print adoption. The HP Stitch S300 printer holds the first user-replaceable printhead, resulting in reduced downtime and service costs. The HP Stitch S500 printer enables predictable dye sublimation colour and less media waste for production environments.
About ONYX 19 software
ONYX 19 software is the newest version release of the company’s award-winning wide- and grand-format software that became globally available in July 2019. Introducing the Spark Engine and DeviceLink+, ONYX 19 brings new cutting-edge technologies so print service providers can go bigger, bolder and beyond the limitations of wide-format print for all print applications including soft signage and textile. The Spark Engine is a new performance platform bringing RIP speed increases up to 400 percent and printer performance increases up to 200 percent. DeviceLink+ is an all-new system of easy-to-use colour management controls to achieve consistent colour across an entire site without the need to read in new swatches or use a colour measurement device. ONYX 19 is available to all ONYX Advantage program customers, by simply requesting a key update. The ONYX Advantage program gives ONYX software users an easy way to keep their software current and secure their investment.
About Onyx Graphics, Inc.
Leading the industry since 1989, Onyx Graphics is dedicated to helping customers increase productivity, reduce costs, and gain a competitive edge with superior print and colour quality. Its passion for delivering superb colour led to the development of ONYX Colour, Onyx Graphics’ colour engine optimised specifically for large format inkjet printing. Innovative, productive, and satisfied customers around the globe help motivate the company to continually develop and enhance its leading-edge technologies. Global channel partnerships and longstanding relationships with printer manufacturers position Onyx Graphics as a market leader in powerful, reliable, large format printing workflow software. For more information, visit www.onyxgfx.com.Posted: August 13, 2019||
Today, Onyx Graphics, Inc., announced global availability of ONYX 19, the newest version release of the company’s industry-leading wide-format RIP and print workflow software. Introducing the Spark Engine and DeviceLink+, ONYX 19 brings new cutting-edge technologies so print service providers can go bigger, bolder and beyond the limitations of wide-format print for all print applications including soft signage and textile. The Spark Engine is a new performance platform bringing RIP speed increases up to 400 percent and printer performance increases up to 200 percent. DeviceLink+ is an all-new system of easy-to-use colour management controls to achieve consistent colour across an entire site without the need to read in new swatches or use a colour measurement device
“We’re amazed at the response ONYX 19 received at our FESPA announcement last month,” said Bryan Manwaring, Director of Product Marketing at Onyx Graphics. “Customers are already seeing the Spark Engine at work through increased production capacity, while DeviceLink+ is creating new possibilities to achieve outstanding colour output that can all be automated at the click of a button.”
ONYX 19 software also introduces new Step and Repeat functionality for a 600 percent performance increase; new dot pattern technology for the smoothest output on all wide-format print applications including soft signage and textile; adds nest trim box features for weeding and finishing print and cut jobs; and is the first and only solution to provide the ability to build iccMAX v5 profiles. Coupled with the latest Adobe PDF Print Engine (APPE) 5.1, ONYX 19 is a winning combination for any print application.
Highlights of ONYX 19 include:
- Advanced compression algorithms in the Spark Engine increase RIP speeds up to 400 percent
- New threading pipeline in the Spark Engine improves printer performance up to 200 percent
- New rendering technology in the Spark Engine increases Step and Repeat performance up to 600 percent
- Colour management automation controls using DeviceLink+
- Consistent colour across devices using DeviceLink+
- iccMAX v5 profiling for next-generation colour output accuracy
- New Dot Pattern Technology for the smoothest output on all wide-format print applications
- Automation for Step and Repeat jobs for seamless workflows
- Print Isolation Technology to ensure print production continues in the event of printer failure
- Nest trim box to save time weeding and finishing jobs
ONYX 19 software – covering the entire product portfolio of ONYX solutions including ONYX Thrive print workflow, and ONYX RIP products including ONYX PosterShop, and ONYX RIPCenter – is now available to all ONYX Advantage customers by requesting a key update and to all other customers through a license purchase.
About Onyx Graphics, Inc.
Leading the market since 1989, Onyx Graphics is dedicated to helping customers increase productivity, reduce costs, and gain a competitive edge with superior print and colour quality. Its passion for delivering superb color led to the development of ONYX Colour, Onyx Graphics’ own colour engine optimised specifically for large format inkjet printing. Innovative, productive, and satisfied customers around the globe help motivate the company to continually develop and enhance its leading-edge technologies. Global channel partnerships and longstanding relationships with printer manufacturers position Onyx Graphics as a market leader in powerful, reliable, large format printing workflow software. For more information, visit www.onyxgfx.com.Posted: July 01, 2019||
Working together just got simpler. Meet HP’s app-based and cloud connected multi-function printer portfolio designed for the architecture, engineering and design community. With seamless set-up and cloud-based connectivity, the portfolio is designed to print, scan and copy from virtually anywhere, with smart apps, interfaces and overall fewer “clicks” to print. Easy and direct “ready when you are” printing means teams of all sizes can better collaborate and move projects forward faster and more efficiently.
The new HP DesignJet T1600 printers and T2600 MFPs, and HP DesignJet XL 3600 MFP are the latest additions to the world’s most secure Large Format printers.1 HP’s security technology provides the best network protection and keeps the fleet secure, to help prevent print related data loss that can cost $400,000 on average per year.2
HP is also introducing HP PageWide XL 3900 to help teams boost efficiency. Completing the portfolio are new printers for small business and home. The new HP DesignJet T100 and T500 are compact and designed to complement smaller workspaces requiring faster data and mobile communications. “7 out of 10 architects are being regularly interrupted during work to print for colleagues.3 This seemingly small challenge means there is friction that is holding them back from the next great project,” says Guayente Sanmartín, general manager and global head, HP Large Format Design Printing. “HP is leading the transformation in Large Format for small to medium-size businesses so the workplace printing experience feels as smart and easy as it does at home, enhanced with security for peace-of-mind.”
The new HP DesignJet T1600 and T2600, HP DesignJet XL 3600 MFP, and HP PageWide XL 3900 MFP features:
HP DesignJet T1600 and T2600 – Engineered for collaboration
Capturing changes is easier than ever with background removal, skew and quick sets.
- Easy and direct printing
The new 15.6” smart interface allows easy access to project folders or USB files directly from the touchscreen of the device with a few clicks.
- HP Click
The HP Click printing software allows for easy printing of project sets and PDF documents, with two times less clicks. 4
- HP Smart
The HP Smart app enables printing and scanning capabilities for individuals on the go, using mobile devices.
With printing speeds up to 170 A1/h, project delivery times unleash superior performance and completion rates.
- Automatic Stacking
The printers provide ready to use multi-size stacking from A4 to A0 – up to 100 A1.
HP Secure Boot and Whitelisting keep your network protected, while HP JetAdvantage Security Manager keeps fleets secure.
HP DesignJet XL 3600 MFP – A new standard with the most immediate and robust MFP in the market
The HP DesignJet XL 3600 MFP was designed to create a new standard of reliability. It is optimised to deliver immediate results through the fastest first page out in the market, so that designers do not need to wait in front of the printer.
- Sustainable hardware
The printer is comprised of 25% recycled parts.5
- Lower running costs
The printer is designed to reduce running costs, with up to 10 times less energy consumption than comparable LED printers.6
- Reduced footprint
A good fit for the office and environment, the printer is more compact than previous models and produces 30% less footprint.7
- Silent operation
With noise levels reaching a maximum of 42db, the printer operates silently to complement office spaces.8
- Easier media handling
The integrated top stacker holds up to 100 pages. 2 spindle-less drawers enable automatic media loading.
2-in-1 features consolidate monochrome and colour printing into a single device.
HP Secure Boot and Whitelisting keep your network protected, while HP JetAdvantage Security Manager keeps fleets secure.
HP PageWide XL 3900 MFP Printer – New addition to the production portfolio
To complement the production portfolio for technical departments, HP is also introducing HP PageWide XL 3900 to help teams work even faster, save costs and consolidate two devices into one with mono and colour printing.
- Fast access to prints
HP Click and intuitive scanning workflows enable impressive production delivery, with both instant and sustained speeds at 6 pages per minute and easy submission.9
- Keeps costs under control
The HP Smart Tracker software uses half the power consumption and tracking capabilities, running at lower cost than LED.
- Device consolidation
Combining colour technology and workflow efficiency, the printer delivers stunning prints with vivid colours, crisp lines, fine detail, and smooth grayscale that beat LED.10
HP DesignJet T100/T500 – Simplified large format printing designed with a smaller footprint
Ideal for architecture studios and AEC offices preferring a smaller footprint, the HP DesignJet T100/T500 printers are HP’s most affordable plotters, offering a convenient solution for on-demand printing. The printers are also the first DesignJet plotters capable of automating repetitive workflows.
- Built-in small format tray
The 2-1 built-in A3 and A4 paper trays enable seamless printing of quality drawings.
- HP Bright Office Inks
HP Bright Office Inks allow for high quality printing on a wide range of applications, including sharp lines and precise details with up to 2400 DPIs and original HP-GL/2 compatibility.
- HP Click
The HP Click function makes PDF printing simple with just one click, optimising media usage and costs while achieving error free printing for projects including batch printing.
- HP Poster App
The HP Poster App is an easy online design tool with thousands of free templates which can be used to create and print professional posters.
- HP Smart
The HP Smart app allows mobile printing through smartphone devices, with easy access to files saved on online repositories. The Smart Task feature allows printing, uploading files to cloud, and sharing with relevant teams through email in one process.
Pricing and Availability
Information on country availability, pricing, and retail destinations vary region by region.11
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1 Applicable to the HP DesignJet T1700 Printer series, HP DesignJet Z9⁺ PostScript® Printer series, and HP DesignJet Z6 PostScript® Printer series, HP DesignJet XL 3600 Multifunction Printer series, HP DesignJet T2600 Multifunction Printer series, and HP DesignJet T1600 Printer series. Advanced embedded security features are based on HP review of 2019 published embedded security features of competitive printers, as of February 2019.
2 Quocirca, Global Print Security Landscape (2019). According to Quocirca, “Print related data breaches are frequent and costly. 11% of all security incidents are print related, equating to an average of nine print-related incidents per year. 59% of these lead to data losses, costing an average of £313,000 per-annum to deal with. Other impacts include lost productivity and revenue.” For more information, please see: https://quocirca.com/wp-content/uploads/2019/02/Quocirca-Print-Security-Feb-2019-Final-Web.pdf
3 HP Internal Research (2018). One of the main learnings resulting from the research carried out by the Customer Experience and Design team in relation to workgroup environments was that in 76% of architectural offices, people with large format printing needs ask content creators to print for them monthly, creating a potential source of conflict within the office. The study was done with a total sample of 27 customers including: a c-space survey, call interviews, in-house usability tests and field visits.
4 Based on comparable submission printing software from competition. Printing a 5-page project of PDF Mixed job set containing A1 size landscape and portrait documents.
5 See product data sheet for more information.
6 Based on comparable printers using LED technology and capable of printing 4-6 D/A1 pages per minute and which represent more than 70% of the share of low-volume LED printers in the US and Europe according to IDC as of November 2018. Conclusions based on internal HP testing for a use scenario printing a 100% print-coverage plot on a 914mm plain paper roll, while an original plot is scanned, resulting of an average of 120W. This measure is used to obtain the safety CB Report Certificate under IEC 60950-1.
7 Based on comparable printers using LED technology and capable of printing 4-6 D/A1 pages per minute and which represent more than 40% of the share of low-volume LED printers in the US and Europe according to IDC as of November 2018. Measure done considering operational footprint (with the media drawer open).
8 Based on comparable printers using LED technology and capable of printing 4-6 D/A1 pages per minute and which represent more than 70% of the share of low-volume LED printers in the US and Europe according to IDC as of November 2018. Most quiet operation according to internal HP testing of operation mode and ready/sound mode sound pressure (plain paper, line drawing, normal mode) compared to published specifications of competitive printers and following ISO 7779.
9 See product data sheet for more information.
10 For output produced with HP PageWide XL printers and LED printers from different manufacturers and that represent greater than 50% of the annual shipments of LED printers in North America as of 2018 according to IDC. For testing criteria, see http://www.hp.com/go/pagewidexlclaims
11 Pricing and availability subject to change.