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Integ has acquired the first HP Indigo 7K Digital Press manufactured in the new 19˝ product line to deliver innovation.
Tucker, Ga.-based Bennett Graphics has launched the new HP Indigo 100K Digital Press as a worldwide beta site customer for the device.
His sudden departure will mark the end for Bar-Shany as the longtime worldwide “face” of HP Indigo.
The press was installed a few weeks ago and is producing large volumes of emergency orders in wake of the COVID-19 health crisis.
In today's episode of the Impressions Xchange podcast, Printing Impressions Editor-in-Chief Mark Michelson talks exclusively with HP Indigo GM Alon Bar-Shany. They discuss the new presses HP Indigo would have debuted at drupa 2020 and Dscoop; how HP Indigo technology complements inkjet offerings; and how HP Indigo and its U.S. customers are responding to the COVID-19 pandemic.
The HP Indigo 30000 press will support growth in Arroweye’s payment card business and enable expansion into new product offerings.
GLS / NEXT Precision Marketing announced the full support of 242 shades of HP Indigo Silver ElectroInk.
HP is the first manufacturer certified by Idealliance to enable customers to digitally apply for G7 Master Facility Qualification.
HP Indigo revealed new and reimagined devices developed to meet evolving customer needs and consumer demands.
The product was developed to foster a tactile connection between the public and orcas, with a soft-touch laminate and added dorsal fin.