Consumables-Ink – Latex
This week's highlights include strategies for finding and keeping employees, the PRINTING United Alliance merger with Brand Chain and PERF, insights on the wide-format segment, a chat with Mike Rowe of Adnormous Graphics, and a view into the functional/industrial printing space. Great stuff!
Asked why he purchased the HP Latex 3600 printer, owner Mike Rowe says, “I like redundancy.” He says a key production goal at his company is to be well equipped to take whatever work comes its way – and his technology play is not about capacity.
Discover the perfect printing inks for every project—from vibrant outdoor signage to exquisite fine art reproductions. This guide delves into eco-solvent, aqueous, resin/latex, and UV inks, revealing their unique advantages for specific applications.
Roland DGA announced that TA resin ink for the Roland DG TrueVIS AP-640 Resin/Latex printer has acquired ECOLOGO certification.
Although resin or latex ink and printers have been around for more than a decade, they are among the print technologies that have undergone the most significant and rapid evolution in recent years, and now it’s time to take another look at this versatile print technology.
HP launched the new HP Latex 630 printer series, completing HP’s Latex range and making white ink technology available to Print Service Providers (PSPs) of all sizes.
Why is it that aqueous printers, which were wide-format’s first inkjet technology, are still around and, seemingly, doing better than ever? We asked that question — and others — to a panel of aqueous inkjet experts from some of the wide-format industry’s founding manufacturers: Canon USA, Epson America, HP, and Ricoh.
Lamcom Technologies Inc. recently installed the first HP Latex 2700W in Canada. This new acquisition is set to help the business expand its white ink, banner, and soft signage textile capabilities.
FASTSIGNS of Louisville, KY found the quality they needed to complete a job with the HP Latex R1000 Plus Printer.
At one time, the only consideration when looking at digital printing with water-based inks was whether it was dye- or pigment-based. Fast forward to today and the choices are much broader and diverse. When deciding what printer or ink technology, remember it’s all about application, application, application.