HP Latex Printing on Fabric Part 1: Loading the media and visual inspection

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Timothy Mitchell, HP Latex application specialist, explains how to best load the fabric and perform a visual inspection.

Be unstoppable. HP Latex printing goes even where solvent can’t¹ allowing wider application versatility and higher profit potential than eco-solvent. Choose from a wide range of flexible coated and uncoated materials and expand your opportunity beyond vinyls and banners to films, papers, textiles, canvas, wall paper, and more.

Same-day delivery. Reach production speeds and avoid wait time with prints that come out completely dry and ready for finishing. Unlike solvent technology, there is no need to degas so you can save 24-48 hours before lamination. With impressive levels of scratch-resistance² many short-term applications don’t even need lamination at all.

¹The advantages of HP Latex printing include wider application versatility with a single printer and odorless prints that can reach indoor spaces that solvent can’t.
²Scratch-resistance comparison based on testing third-generation HP Latex Inks and representative hard-solvent inks. Estimates by HP Image Permanence Lab on a range of media.

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