In contrast, HP DesignJet printers and other large format printers use either standard pigment ink or dye ink, which are meant for very short term outdoor use with lamination.
The cutter will cut around shapes making it ideal for labels or T shirts etc… This enables you to create a wider array of products with your printer.
How does a Latex Printer compare with an Eco-Solvent Printer?
This is because Latex Printers offer a sustainable approach that’s better for both the operators and the environment (HP Video – comparison of Latex Printers versus Eco-solvent printer).
Notably the Latex Printers also meet all of the health and safety regulations for supplying locations like hospitals and care homes, allowing print service providers to appeal to a wider target market.
What can Latex Printers do that other large format printers such as HP DesignJets can’t do?
In short, a Latex printer offers limitless printing applications including: Vehicle wrapping/vehicle graphics, billboards, banners, displays, exhibition graphics, floor graphics, wall decals, window graphics, stickers, labels, customizable clothing and textiles, posters, back lit graphics for light boxes, canvas prints, maps, point of sale and point of purchase posters…and much more.
These printers do everything the HP DesignJet printers can do…and then much more besides.