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HP Delivers New Inkjet Web Press, Priming Solution

New solutions enable publishers to profitably increase mono inkjet book production, expand media versatility

HP has launched new compact HP T260 Mono Inkjet Web Press designed specifically to help publishers increase speed to market and profitably print high quality black and white books in both large and small quantities.

The new HP T260 prints on a wide range of media with high-productivity and a low total operating cost in a compact size. The first 26-inch-wide (66-cm-wide) HP Inkjet Web Press, the HP T260 offers an efficient imposition form factor for book production and fast speeds—up to 800 feet (244 meters) per minute. It also has a duty cycle of 123 million A4 sized or 211 million 6-inch by 9-inch (152.6-mm by 228.6-mm) images per month, extending the crossover point for analog to digital printing.

The HP T260 was initially designed to enable China-based Hucais Printing Company Limited to better meet the demands of the local publishing market and power the company’s new publishing business model across its digital printing sites in China. Hucais has installed the press at each of its three printing facilities and expects to place a further double digit order to install the HP T260 Mono Inkjet Web Presses across all its five sites in China.

“Once the establishment of our new publishing business model is complete, we expect to realize significant efficiencies and cost savings throughout our printing network from better logistics management, reduced inventory and faster turnaround of orders,” said Chen Chengwen, chairman, Hucais.”The HP T260 Mono Inkjet Web Press is the foundation of this new model that provides strong value-added benefits essential to the success of our business.”

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