HP and the Dscoop community celebrate the digital transformation of the printing industry. At Dscoop Edge 2023, HP Indigo showcased the new HP Indigo 200K and HP Indigo 100K digital presses for the first time in the US
Lima, Peru, May 24, 2023.— A few days ago, PK was part of Scope rim 2023 in the city of St. Louis, USA, along with 1,100 printing industry leaders who are part of this unique community. This event provides an opportunity to engage and communicate directly with customers, bringing competitive advantages to the digital printing industry.
Dscoop aims to harness the power of community to collaborate, communicate and innovate,” said Haim Levit, HP senior vice president and general manager of Industrial Printing. “Dscoop is a commitment from HP to build an ecosystem that includes our solution partners and enables them to be flexible in today’s economy. Likewise, this event is an opportunity for the entire global Dscoop community to meet, hear from each other and discuss current and future challenges, as well as enable collaborative development to maintain leadership in the future market.”
at this annual event HP Indigo showed the new digital presses for the first time in the US HP Indigo 200K and the HP Indigo 100K, which continue to drive the transformation of the market from analog to digital. Live demonstrations of the press in operation include the full factory solution Digital pouch. The 200K is the most productive flexible packaging baler in the catalog of HP Indigo, because it is possible to print bags in days, which used to take weeks. Thanks to the proven and durable technology, this equipment offers a significant increase of 30% in speed and 45% in productivity.
Last year, we saw the percentage of new customers buying Indigo technology double. This trend supports our vision of the analog-to-digital transformation,” said Noam Zilbershtain, vice president and general manager of HP Indigo & Scitex, at the Dscoop event. “This week, almost 40% of visitors come to Dscoop for the first time. I am excited to see this community grow together as we shape the future of the printing industry: ‘Only those who dare can fly’”[i]Silvershtain added. “As an industry leader with a global presence, HP Indigo can provide businesses with resilience during such a challenging economic environment. The combination of state-of-the-art presses and cutting-edge software, along with industry best practices, will enable us to future-proof the world of printing.”
After a record year in field printing volume B2, HP Indigo also celebrates the installation of 1,000 presses this week HP Indigo B2the HP Indigo 100K. This press has a continuous digital printing capacity of 6,000 sheets per hour and ensures substantial and profitable growth. To date the press 100K it has already set new standards. More than 100 users have reported an output of 100,000 impressions in an 8-hour shift. “We have demonstrated a 40% increase in sales within a year of installing the HP Indigo 100Ksaid Brian Scott, president of Blooming colorbased in Chicago.
Also in spade, HP Indigo revealed the new HP Indigo 100K HDwith smooth, sharp image quality, finds its first two preview locations at Miller’s Professional Imaging Lab in the US and ORWONet GmbH offering image processing and digital photography services in Germany.
In addition, PK announced the suite of PrintOs software giving you more clout in the workplace through productivity, quality, creativity and automation tools. the suite PrintOs highlights the unique offer of HP Indigo and commercial growth that promotes software and the data of each organization.
The innovative control system heralds digital transformation and enables users to fully digitize their production installation. As evidenced by the SiteFlow by PrintOS in HP Indigowhich has contributed to a 242% growth in print volume since 2019, and SpotMaster has seen a 105% growth in adoption by 2022.
Introducing the Dscoop Distributed Print Exchange (DDPE)
PK congratulate dscoop for the launch of its distributed print sharing platform (DDPE), that customers offer PK and members of dscoop a unique competitive advantage, simplifies outsourcing for trusted partners and enables them to broaden their service offerings, expand their reach into new geographies and reduce lead time, cost and carbon footprint by producing locally. “We are delighted to be working with Dscoop on their DDPE initiative, and also pleased that they have chosen HP PrintOS Site Flow as their technology backbone.said Petar Obradovic, Director of Industrial Software Solutions at HP Indigo.
Revolutionize business and sustainable growth with HP PageWide
On the other hand, HP PageWide showcased the new and innovative features of the press HP PageWide Advantage 2200 with high quality of HDNA 50% faster, plus a new version of printbeat in printOS, that offers users PK a similar look and feel to make it easy for them to work with all the products in the brand’s portfolio.
Customer growth is our number one priority and marks the way forward,” said Annette Friskopp, global head and managing director of PageWide Industrial. “That’s why having a strong and engaged user base is crucial to our company’s mission. It was a pleasure to share PageWide user stories on Dscoop EDGE.” Our relationship with HP is special,” said Bill Apellan, president of Bob Jones University Press. “Not only do they understand our goals and support us with their ability to support and grow together, but we have also been able to revolutionize our business with the new PageWide rotary press. With only two presses in operation worldwide, the HP T485 Page Wide Digital Press with HP Brilliant Ink is the first of its kind in the US and custom built for BJU Press. The machine’s double-sided printing and binding system can produce a 700-page book in 10 seconds and will increase production speed by more than 300%.”
HP Large Format makes its Dscoop debut with the HP Latex R2000 Plus
yet another debut dscoop this year was the printer of HP large formatthe HP Latex R2000 Plusa hybrid solution that is equally strong on both hard and flexible surfaces.
HP large format it also revealed sample applications for thermoforming, short-run packaging and signage on a wide variety of media, as well as a section explaining how print service providers can achieve new levels of sustainability using the latest wide-format technology.
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