Precision Printing opts for HP Indigo 7500s Nov 28, 2011 17:00 by Roy Hamilton
Precision Printing has significantly boosted its digital print capacity with a £1 million investment in two new HP Indigo 7500 devices.
The printers, which require six separate cyan, magenta, yellow, black, orange, and violet HP printer ink cartridges, join four existing Indigos at the Barking company, reports Print Week.
Adding to one 7500, a 7000 and two 5000 devices, the latest additions were brought in to handle work as the firm approaches the busiest period of the year.
Managing director Gary Peeling told the news provider that every one of the printers will be used during December as the company processes up to 35,000 orders per day.
He added: “We’ve been very much focussed on increasing productivity, so, for example, we’ve increased productivity in terms of our output on the fulfilment side six-fold year-on-year.”
The HP Indigo 7500 boasts print speeds of up to 120 pages per minute (ppm) in four-colour mode and 240 ppm in one-colour mode. Additionally, software features include hands-free automatic calibration supported by new Vision System, as well as real-time early print defect detection.
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