Why servicing your DesignJet now will pay dividends later

06 September 2017

  A commitment to regularly service printers is an outlay that some companies embrace - while others wait until a complete cessation of machine life (which normally occurs at the most inconvenient time) until they call out an engineer....

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5 Printers To Use In Construction

09 February 2017

  By Guest Blogger Anastasios Koutsogiannis   Printing is, without doubt, a vital part of every construction project. Especially, during the design process its contribution is more than important. That’s why, it’s really essential...

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Is your HP DesignJet Printer Windows 10 Compatible?

22 April 2016

  HP DESIGNJET WINDOWS 10 COMPATIBILITY CHECK    Windows 10 - Compatible HP DesignJet Printers Driver Availability:   HP Basic Driver ONLY   HP DesignJet 111 HP DesignJet 130 HP DesignJet 4000 HP-GL/2 and HP RTL...

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HP Designjet T920 versus Canon iPF 765 versus Epson SC T5000 Comparison

08 July 2014

  User Experience HP Designjet T920 offers a transparent cover and flat reviewing surface - enabling you to check as your job as it prints and then review afterwards. There is also an integrated output stacking tray which neatly stacks...

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What is a RIP?

21 May 2014

A RIP (Raster Image Processor) is a great 'tried and tested' tool designed to solve your workflow problems, speed up and automate your print processes - and most importantly save you time and money. It can be used by small photographic studios,...

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How does a 4 colour CMYK printer manage to create different colours

02 May 2014

Creation of different tones and coloursDesignjet printers rely on a basic optical illusion where the ink dots can be varied by way of size, shape or space to create a variety of gradients and colour shades (see examples below, courtesy of...

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What does optimised DPI mean?

25 April 2014

While reviewing a technical specification of your Designjet large format printer, you are likely to see the term 'optimised dpi' under the heading of Print resolution (e.g. Up to 2400 x 1200 optimised dpi from 1200 x 1200 input dpi and...

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How to make ALL prints last longer in sunlight

21 March 2014

One of the key selling points of purchasing a Designjet Z series printer is the fact that the inks are UV stabilised which stops your prints from fading for c. 200 years. So - what happens if you purchased a Designjet T series or CAD printer? How...

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Comparing ink wastage on the Designjet T520 versus the Canon iPF750

25 February 2014

When looking at the Total Cost of Ownership or Cost per Print, most manufacturers who commission an independent review of their Large Format Printer expect to see many different aspects reviewed - some of which may not be on your radar. Although...

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How HP changed the World's perception of A0 paper

28 January 2014

Do you recall the older Designjet models such as the Designjet 430 or 450s? - Perhaps you may remember they were offered in two sizes: 24 inch or 36 inch (A1 or A0 size). What you may not appreciate however is that following these models HP...

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