Learn more about HP Indigo Digital Presses here: http://hp.tl/6009BQyeF
HP Indigo’s Enhanced Productivity Mode (EPM) makes it easy for you to deliver high-quality, color digital printing at a lower cost and faster turnaround. Combined with the proven HP Indigo 5000-series press platform and new specialty inks and capabilities, the HP Indigo 5600 is versatile press with leading digital offset quality for the growing commercial print business.
» Print with 4, 6 or 7 process colors for vivid printing and optimal on-press Pantone emulations
» True spot colors, mixed off press, for outstanding Pantone-approved solids
» The HP Indigo 5600 features HP Indigo One-Shot process for printing on synthetic substrates
» New HP ElectroInk UV Red for security applications
Print color jobs 33% faster with overall cost savings
» Using the HP Indigo 5600’s EPM feature, color jobs use only three inks instead of four, eliminating black ink. Now you can produce color jobs 33% faster while gaining overall cost savings. Jobs printed using EPM maintain HP Indigo’s renowned print quality, while covering a wide color gamut—including black. When choosing EPM mode, the cyan, magenta, yellow, and black (CMYK) job is sent to the print server and the conversion to CMY is done by the print server. Prepress work is not affected and jobs are prepared as usual.
» For the HP Indigo 5600, this means increasing printing speeds from 68 color ppm to 90 color ppm using EPM.
Deep color without black ink
» EPM covers a very broad color gamut, including black, while saving time and ink used for the black separation. Thin layers of HP Indigo ElectroInk dry on a rubbery blanket that covers the ITM cylinder and the final image is transferred to the substrate as a ready dry film. This process enables the higher color saturation needed to reach dark color tones without black ink, including black text as small as 7 point.
» The EPM option is also available for the HP Indigo 5500 Digital Press.
What customers are saying about HP Indigo EPM:
» ” It means fewer clicks to get to the same quality, so that helps us raise our profit margins.”
— Doron Lerner, CEO, S. Lerner