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GlobalSoft Supports Double-digit Sales Growth with HP Indigo 7500 Press

August 27, 2010

GlobalSoft’s HP Indigo 7500 includes an optional white ink upgrade to print on colored, transparent or metallic media, as well as a thick substrate kit that lets users print on folding carton stocks and other thicker media up to 400 gsm/460 microns. The latest version, 64-bit HP SmartStream Production Pro Print Server GlobalSoft installed with the press improves front-end workflow processing times by an average of 18 percent. (2)

The HP Designjet L25500 Printer delivers easy, low-maintenance printing with unrivaled versatility (3) for a broad range of high-quality and flexible, outdoor and indoor applications. The printer uses HP Latex Inks, which produce odorless (4) prints, are non-flammable and non-combustible, (5) and contain no hazardous air pollutants. (6)

GlobalSoft financed its HP Designjet, Indigo and SmartStream purchases through HP Financial Services, which provided competitive, tailored financing that meets the company’s short- and long-term business needs.

More information about HP graphic arts solutions are available at www.hp.com/go/gsb.

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(1) Compared to the HP Indigo 7000 Digital Press.
(2) Compared to previous version of the HP SmartStream Production Pro Print Server.
(3) The HP Designjet L25500 Printer produces an extremely broad range of both outdoor and indoor applications from a single device, which surpasses the number of different applications that traditional eco-solvent printers or water-based printers can produce.
(4) Printers using HP Latex Inks use internal heaters to dry and cure the latex polymer film. Some substrates may have inherent odor.
(5) HP water-based Latex Inks are not classified as flammable or combustible liquids under the USDOT or international transportation regulations. These materials have been tested per the Pensky-Martins Closed Cup method and the flash point is greater than 110 deg C.
(6) The inks were tested for Hazardous Air Pollutants per U.S. Environmental Protection Agency Method 311 (testing conducted in 2008) and none were detected. HAPs are air pollutants which are not covered by ambient air quality standards but which, as defined in the Clean Air Act, may present a threat of adverse human health effects or adverse environmental effects.

 

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