Kernow Coatings, the global leader in the development of digitally printable synthetic substrates, has expanded its range of HP Indigo printable synthetic papers with five new RIT certified products. The latest additions to the HP Indigo material lineup include vivid red, yellow, orange, blue, and green. These new products are engineered for the HP Indigo utilizing Kernow’s proprietary Cobalt Coating Technology to eliminate static and improve print performance.
Color-Logic has certified the HP Indigo 30000 digital press for metallic carton applications. Confirming the certification, Color-Logic CTO Richard Ainge commented: "Test forms and samples files from the HP Indigo 30000 have confirmed the ability of the press to produce all Color-Logic decorative effects and our 250 metallic colors with excellent results. The digital HP Indigo 30000 also enables brands to take advantage of Color-Logic Security-FX techniques in the design and use of variable metallic data for addition security capabilities. The Color-Logic system and design tools are perfect for any brand desiring to differentiate themselves from the competition. The size and format of the HP Indigo 30000, together with its production speed, open up new markets for licensed Color-Logic printers in the packaging and POP markets.
HP has expanded its labels and packaging portfolio with solutions to drive the printing and converting toward more flexible, productive and profitable digital printing of any application. New solutions include the HP Indigo 6900 Digital Press for labels and packaging and HP PageWide C500 Press for mainstream corrugated production.
At Labelexpo 2017 in Brussels, Color-Logic will show samples with the new HP Indigo ElectroInk Silver for the HP Indigo WS6800 press. In addition, Color-Logic will demonstrate the possibilities on metallic stocks for label and folding carton applications using HP Indigo ElectroInk White and CMYK.
HP announced double-digit growth in its graphics customers’ commercial digital page volume, alongside accelerated adoption of its digital presses by leading print service providers worldwide as they grow business in a connected world.