The 42-inch, high-volume inkjet press offers speeds of up to 600 feet per minute and prints up to 5,200 full-color, letter-size pages per minute. The HP T400 is able to reproduce sharp text and images, as well as uniform area fills. New HP A50 process-color inks work with new HP A10 printheads, which use HP Scalable Printing Technology in a compact, 1,200 nozzles-per-inch printhead design. New, advanced web tension controls and dryer systems provide reliable, fast, and consistent productivity.
Users of standard, 20.5-inch digital web press finishing equipment can produce two jobs simultaneously on the HP T400, using an optional slitter at the end of the press to convert the roll into side-by-side webs.
The company unveiled the press at O’Neil Data Systems, a Los Angeles, CA-based data-driven marketing communication firm that is now equipped with all four systems in the HP inkjet web press portfolio—the HP T200, T300, T350, and T400.
HP introduced several additional solutions, including a magnetic ink character recognition system and third-party coated media, as well as workflow and finishing products from members of the HP Graphic Solutions Partner program. The company is additionally offering customers an option to upgrade HP T300 presses to the T350 platform.
Pitney Bowes targets high-volume transactional/TransPromo uses for the technology. The HP T400 will become part of a new IntelliJet 42 solution for transactional/TransPromo markets, extending the range of IntelliJet size and speed configurations.
Scheduled for availability later this year, the HP T400 is part of a broader production print portfolio that includes HP Indigo liquid electrophotographic imaging presses