November HP Designjet and Latex Printer Deals and Rebates at LexJet

HP Z6600 Inks

HP has extended its big ink deal on the HP Designjet Z6600 Production Printer, is now offering a $3,000 instant rebate on the Designjet Z6800 60-inch Photo Production Printer, is continuing its HP Designjet 5000/5500 Loyalty Promotion, has updated its Designjet Cash In & Trade Up program, and is offering instant rebates on the new HP Latex 300 series printers.

All of these promotions are good through Nov. 30, are available through LexJet, and include…

  • HP Ink Bundle: Buy the new HP Designjet Z6600 Production Printerwith a full set of HP Original Vivid Photo Inks (773A) and get a second full set free, a savings of $1,600 on the HP 773A inks.
  • HP Designjet Instant Rebates: As noted above there’s a new $3,000 instant rebate on the HP Designjet Z6600, as well a $250 instant rebate on the HP Designjet T520 23-inch ePrinter and a $100 instant rebate on the HP Designjet T120 ePrinter. There are also a number of instant rebates on HP Designjet Care Packs. Contact a LexJet printer specialist for details.
  • Cash In & Trade Up: Get up to $3,000 cash back when you trade in an eligible large-format printer and purchase or lease a new HP Designjet T1300 44-inch PostScript ePrinter, HP Designjet T2500 36-inch eMultifunction Printer, HP Designjet T2500 36-inch PostScript eMultifunction Printer, or the HP Designjet T3500 36-inch Production eMFP with a three-year warranty. Plus, you can save $125 more on select HP Designjet printers when you add a qualifying HP Care Pack Service.
  • Designjet Loyalty: If you have an HP Designjet 5000 or 5500 series printer you can trade it in for a qualifying new HP Designjet or HP Latex Printer of up to $1,000 cash back with a mail-in rebate. You will be required to return the trade-in printer, but HP will pay for the return shipping. This promotion runs through Dec. 31.
  • HP Latex Instant Rebates: You can get a maximum rebate of $2,000 on the HP Latex 310 and HP Latex 330 printers with a combination of the $1,000 instant rebate and a Letter of Intent or the instant rebate combined with the Designjet Loyalty promotion. You can also get a rebate of up to $1,000 for the HP Latex 360 Printer with the Cash In & Trade Up promotion or a Letter of Intent. And, you can get a $6,000 instant rebate with the HP Latex 280.

For all the details, including qualifying trade-in printers and special pricing through LexJet on select HP Designjet printers, and for direction on what printer would work best for you, contact a LexJet customer specialist at 800-453-9538.

Design, Print, Build: A Masterpiece in the Park

Essyx Design + Fabrication does exactly what its name implies, and everything in between, which is why Warriors’ Path State Park in Kingsport, Tenn. turned to the all-in-one design-build graphic company for its interactive displays.

Eleven displays dot the walking paths in Warriors’ Path State Park, informing park goers about the flora and fauna that populate the park. The displays were built and installed by Essyx and include any number of interactive features, also built by Essyx.

The main print that provides the primary information is embedded in a layer of epoxy. Essyx used LexJet 8 Mil Production Satin Photo Paper, printed on the company’s HP Designjet 5500. “We used the Production Satin because the paper is very economical and it’s easy to work with in production,” says Christian Schmid, graphics manager for Essyx. “We sent out the print for the epoxy treatment, but it’s the only piece of the project we subbed out.”

The paw prints, hoof prints, leaves and other dimensional pieces attached to the face of the display were fabricated in-house with a type of modeling clay. Essyx made a resin cast from the clay pieces and then sanded and painted them.

Some of the displays also feature sound. Users can push a button to hear the animals speak in their own wild language. Schmid says that the displays have taken a beating but have withstood far more abuse than the typical park sign can handle. “Kids are especially tough on displays like this,” says Schmid. “Because of the interactive nature of the displays we had to make them as weather-proof and vandal-proof as possible.”