More Application Opportunities for Latex Inkjet Printing | LexJet Blog
BEGIN TYPING YOUR SEARCH ABOVE AND PRESS RETURN TO SEARCH. PRESS ESC TO CANCEL

More Application Opportunities for Latex Inkjet Printing

Printing Backlits with HP Latex Printers

Give your customers the benefits of backlits, posters, maps, photo prints and more with HP Latex Printers. With HP Latex Printers from LexJet you can cut down on print time since latex inks are dry right out of the printer and ready for laminating and finishing.

Plus, you get better saturation and no banding, making backlit signs deeper, richer and more vibrant. The perfect backlit inkjet media is HP Backlit Polyester Film, which not only produces super-sharp images that pop out when backlit, it’s recyclable for a sustainable print process.

For posters, maps and other temporary graphics you can eliminate the laminating step for temporary graphics since HP Latex Inks are as durable as low-solvent inks, plus latex inks are environmentally-friendly. Choose from a variety of versatile HP and LexJet inkjet media, including HP Coated Paper and LexJet 46# Simple Bond WR for economical temporary signage, maps and technical applications.

HP Latex Printers also allow you to create long-lasting photo-realistic prints on a variety of photo papers. For eye-catching posters, HP Photo-realistic Poster Paper produces vibrant images at an economical price point. LexJet also recently introduced two new photo papers for the more discerning customer: Sunset Photo Gloss SUV 275g and Sunset Photo Satin SUV 275g.

LexJet offers the HP Latex Printer lineup – including the HP Latex 210 61″ Printer, HP Latex 260 61″ Printer and the Latex 280 104″ Printer – as well as a full range of HP and LexJet media compatible with these printers.

If you are not yet using HP Latex technology and are interested in finding out more, the timing couldn’t be better since LexJet is offering a Play Now, Pay Later promotion on all printers 36” and larger, including the HP Latex 210, Latex 260 and Latex 280.

Regan has been involved in the sign and wide format digital printing industries for the past two decades as an editor, writer and pundit. With a degree in journalism from the University of Houston, Regan has reported on the full evolution of the inkjet printing industry since the first digital printers began appearing on the scene.

Leave a comment

Please be polite. We appreciate that. Your email address will not be published and required fields are marked

*