Videos: Creating and Installing Media Profiles with HP Latex 300 Series Printers

HP Latex 360 PrinterHP made great advances with the latest generation of HP Latex Printers, the 300 Series. One of those improvements is the process for creating ICC profiles.

With the HP Latex 360 Printer, profiles are created directly on the printer through the front panel in three easy steps.

If you are depending on third-party profiles created by media manufacturers, you can also easily install these profiles on your Latex 310, 330 or 360 Printer through the HP Embedded Web Server.

The best part is that profiles for the Latex 300 Series Printers are RIP-agnostic. Once you install the profile on your printer, it can be used in any compatible RIP software.

In the videos embedded below in the order shown, learn how to create a new media profile with the HP Latex 360 Printer and learn how to install a third-party profile for any Latex 300 Series Printer.

HP Latex Printers and Onyx X10: Troubleshooting Ink Smudge Issues

Troubleshooting HP latex printersWhen printing to the HP L25500, L26500 and L28500, the heat settings play a crucial role in producing a quality print. While profiles are made to work for all users, different environmental factors can impact how a profile performs. For example, a profile that is made in an environment where there is high humidity may not work the same in a place where there is very low humidity.

If you are experiencing ink smudges on your latex prints, you may need to adjust specific heat settings. The location of the smudging on the print will determine what settings need to be adjusted in the Onyx Media Profile.

In the videos embedded below, learn how to fix the following ink smudging issues by adjusting the Media Profile in Onyx X10: