HP Indigo digital printing adds innovation to its portfolio – spanning printing inks, coatings and related industries


At Dscoop Edge Fusion 2021, HP Inc. announced a new wave of innovation for HP Indigo digital printing.

Print service providers (PSPs) around the world continue to embrace HP Indigo digital printing, with more than 125 HP Indigo presses already installed to date from the new technology portfolio announced in March 2020.

“Despite the challenges of the past year, Indigo’s customers have continued to lead the transformation of the graphic arts industry. Our R&D labs continue to deliver on our promise, releasing new capabilities, products and solutions to support our customers’ growth,” said Haim Levit, Vice President and General Manager of HP Indigo, in a keynote at Dscoop Fusion. , a global gathering of HP Graphic Art Print Service Providers and Solution Partners with more than 8,000 members.

Since its introduction last year, HP Indigo’s new commercial portfolio has gained significant momentum around the world, including long-term investments in new fleets by Cimpress and Shutterfly.

The HP Indigo 100K digital press has more than 30 units already installed.

HP Indigo has announced a new set of features, expanding the capabilities of its drupa portfolio, including the introduction of the new HP Indigo 6P digital press, a narrow web press dedicated to photo and editing applications.

The HP Indigo 35K digital press is now commercially available.

Features include:

  • Print on thinner substrates from 150 microns to capture applications such as rigid boxes.;
  • New HD printing with 1600 dpi;
  • New HP Indigo ElectroInk Premium White;
  • New ElectroInk Invisible Yellow, track and trace solutions and security features for multi-layer brand protection applications

Great Little Box Company of Canada has installed the first unit of the HP Indigo 35K digital press for sale at its site near Vancouver.


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