How to stretch a canvas print



A stretched digital canvas is a profitable application that can be done with no additional investment. Simply staple the print around wooden frames!


HP Latex Technology is now recognized as THE printing technology for canvases due to its costs and quality, as well as print durability and corners that fold without cracking. So, prepare your picture with HP WallArt—software that adds stretching guides, prints the sides of the canvas, and much more—print it with your HP Latex printer...and start stretching!




HP R&D Engineer – Applications


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Labels: Canvas
by CM_Hollywood
on ‎12-28-2015 03:01 PM

This is great! Does anyone know wher I could get a corner tool like he shows?

I cannot find one anywhere!

on ‎01-07-2016 07:53 AM

Hola, CM_Hollywood!


Regarding your question, the “corner tool” which I’m using is just a metallic support which it is used to support shelves on the walls. I just went to any local do-it-yourself local shop (like Leroy Merlin, in Spain) and I just went to the area where they sell shelves: the wood and the metallic support... I just bought the metallic support. So, as you can see, it is not a tool specifically designed for canvas stretching but it works very well to achive this 90degrees between the bars.


Please, don’t hesitate to keep on contacting me... Kind regards,

by MRumford
on ‎07-11-2017 04:19 PM



Your videos are great. What canvas media best demonstrates the unique HP latex ink properties. I am trying to differentiate myself from my ecosolve limited competitors.


Thx in advance

on ‎07-12-2017 08:21 AM



If you are looking for something disruptive, perhaps you could consider uncoated cotton canvases, such as the "Fredrix 558LX Natural Canvas". They have an extremely natural look and touch, plus good noise cancelling properties. And the best part is: Solvent cannot print on these uncoated materials!


HP Latex can print on a great variety of canvases. You can check al the certified materials at the HP Media Solutions Locator: