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LexJet Now Supplies In-Line Primers for HP Indigo 20000 and 30000 Digital Presses

HP Indigo 30000
Michelman DigiPrime in-line primers for HP Indigo 20000 and 30000 digital presses are available exclusively through LexJet in the U.S. and Canada.

The first HP Indigo 20000 and 30000 digital presses are being installed, and LexJet now provides the premier in-line primers for those presses through LexJet’s North American Delivery Network to ensure shorter lead times, lower shipping costs, and less hassle with winter shipping.

The primers available exclusively through LexJet include Michelman DigiPrime 050 (DP050) for the HP Indigo 20000 and Michelman DigiPrime 060 (DP060) for the HP Indigo 30000.

“Our sole purpose is to ensure our HP Indigo customers maximize their print quality and production, and to ensure they have the latest and most technically-advanced products to meet their needs,” says Tom Hauenstein, LexJet technical sales representative, who provides sales, product application and technical support to digital press customers in North America.

DigiPrime 050 prepares film and metallized film for printing to improve the transfer and adhesion of HP Indigo Electroinks to the substrate, and is suitable for use in food packaging. DigiPrime 060 improves ink transfer and adhesion for paperboard and metallized paperboard used in folding box and carton printing with the HP Indigo 30000.

Additionally, LexJet offers an extensive line of in-line, off-line and custom primers, as well as over print varnishes for HP Indigo digital presses, including the HP Indigo ws6000 series, w7200 series and the w3250 series.

For more information about LexJet and its line of primers, coatings and over varnishes for digital presses, go to www.lexjet.com/primers or call 800-453-9538.

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.

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