Consolidated Graphics Purchases 10 HP Indigo 10000 Digital Presses

“Consolidated Graphics, a company that is among the world’s most progressive users of digital print technology, is taking yet another step forward in efficiency and value, extending its competitive advantage with the HP Indigo 10000,” said Christopher Morgan, senior vice president, Graphics Solutions Business, HP. “This new breakthrough offering in size format and high-end productivity will bring the advantages of digital printing to many more customers and applications.”

More than twice the productivity, with proven HP Indigo quality
Making its public debut at drupa, the HP Indigo 10000 offers more than twice the productivity of current HP Indigo presses. Designed to take truly high-end digital work into higher-volume production, it prints up to 3,450 sheets per hour in four colors, and up to 4,600 sheets per hour in Enhanced Productivity Mode.

The HP Indigo 10000 also combines offset-matching print quality with up to seven-color printing and duplex and substrate flexibility. Printing on more than 2,500 media currently certified for use on HP Indigo sheetfed presses, the HP Indigo 10000 is ideal for a variety of high-quality applications, including commercial printing, photo merchandise, publishing and direct mail.

One of the world’s leading HP Indigo digital press users
CGX became one of the world’s largest users of HP Indigo presses at the last drupa tradeshow, in 2008, when it signed a deal to add 36 presses to its existing inventory of HP Indigo solutions. The company also owns two HP Inkjet Web Presses used to produce high-volume, full-color direct mail, marketing collateral and publications, as well as numerous HP Designjet and HP Scitex solutions for large-format graphics printing.

CGX’s relationship with HP extends beyond printing to extensive information technology solutions. Last year, CGX collaborated with HP to create its own top-tier, high-security data center, incorporating high-density HP servers, storage and networking systems to power CGX’s advanced, Hybrid Delivery cloud computing solutions.

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