HP & TechNova to unveil new HP Indigo 6K digital press

TechNova at Printpack India – Hall 9C Stand G16 to G18

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The HP Indigo 6K digital press Photo HP

Continuing to drive innovative solutions for the print industry, HP India will showcase its latest HP Indigo series product range at Printpack India 2022.

For the digital labels and packaging segment, the two companies will together showcase the new HP Indigo 6K digital press. The new press is claimed to offer nearly any application imaginable and is said to meet the needs of the most creative brands – using higher opacity white for shrink sleeves and new inks including HP Indigo ElectroInk silver, fluorescent pink, and a comprehensive white ink portfolio. 

The HP Indigo 6K digital press adds high-value capabilities, from brand protection to embellishment, with greater production efficiencies. These value adds can grow digital packaging and label businesses with field-tested solutions. In an India first, HP will show and discuss its HP xRServices powered by Microsoft Hololens 2, said to be a recent innovation for the next generation of printers. Live demonstrations of the new press, enhanced inks and the services, and Hololens 2.

Note: The IPPGroup will be publishing the PrintPack India Show Daily on all five days of the event from 26 to 30 May 2022.  

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