The HP DesignJet & HP Latex portfolio of printers, as well as their software, inks, and printing materials are designed to meet and exceed expectations. HP’s Z-series, T-series and Latex printers deliver the image quality, accuracy, speed, and colour necessary to satisfy even the most demanding clients, while keeping costs low and helping you win new and repeat business.
To make it easy to identify the ideal solution for your business, we recommend you ask yourself three fundamental questions about your business now and your goals for the future:
Step 1 – What are my current and future target applications?
Step 2 – What are my current and projected printing volumes?
Step 3 – What printer features and capabilities are important to me?
STEP 1 – Consider your target applications
Which applications do you produce now? What applications do you want to start offering?
Where do you see your growth potential?
You and your clients have exacting standards.
STEP 2 – Define your current and projected volume
This is the time to look at volume and cost of ownership considerations. What is your printing volume today for the target applications discussed in Step 1? How do you foresee print volumes growing over the next few years? Depending on your current and projected volume, we recommend you consider the following out of the HP large format range:
(PSPs, Copy Shops, Signmakers, Branding Companies, Interior Decorators, Photography/Fine Art, etc.)
HP Latex 115 series (indoor/outdoor)
HP Latex 300 series (indoor/outdoor)
HP Latex 570 (indoor/outdoor)
HP Latex 1500 (indoor/outdoor)
(General In-Office Large Format Printing, Architecture, Engineering & Construction, GIS & Infographics, Reprographics & PSPs, Copy Shops, Short-term Retail POP & POS, Education etc.)
STEP 3 – Prioritize printer features and capabilities
What features and capabilities are most important to you? Factors such as width, supported media and durability should be considered when viewing your target applications. Media path, print speeds, ink price, and hardware price are important in terms of print volume projections.