May 7, 2009
With strobe lights flashing and loud music blaring, HP unveiled the Inkjet Web Press this past Tuesday at O’Neil Data Systems in Los Angeles. The device, first seen at drupa 2008 is about the size of two tour buses end to end. With a 30-inch (762 millimeter) web width and speeds of up to 400 feet per minute (122 meters per minute) it was the star of a three-day event sponsored by HP and hosted at O’Neil Data Systems.
HP Inkjet Web Press at O'Neil Data Systems
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Apr 6, 2009
Whether through systems like HP’s Inkjet Web Press, Océ’s JetStream 2800, or even R.R. Donnelley and Sons’ IPS 3, companies are creating digital printing systems that are expanding beyond the typical 20″ web width of many offerings. In addition, it is clear that some of these wider web systems are required for monochrome or spot color applications rather than full color. Therefore the modular ability to start with a monochrome system and move up to spot or full color system is becoming more commonplace. Read more »