Double-sided printing: Block-out or Day & Night?

What is what?

 

Double-sided block-out (DSBO) printing is for frontlit signs where both sides are printed such as hanging banners. “Block-out” means that the substrate is opaque, allowing different images on the front than the back.

 

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Printing on Window Blinds with HP Latex printers

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The HP Latex digital printing technology is driving an exponential growth in the window blind market due to all the possibilities it enables, such as:

  • Infinite colors and designs with the same device and media.
  • Customized short-runs for season campaigns or branding.
  • Stock reduction thanks to the possibility to print on demand.
  • Innovative business models and buying experiences.
  • Combination with other decorative elements, like wall-covering and canvases (also printable with the HP Latex printers).
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Printing on polyester films with HP Latex printers

Polyester films (PET films) can be used to fulfill a great variety of Sign & Display applications such as roll-ups or light boxes.


This document provides tips and tricks for getting the best results when printing on PET film with your HP Latex 110, 300, 500, 1500 or 3000 printer series.

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HP Latex Optimizer: What role it plays in printing

Timothy Mitchell, HP Latex application specialist, explains the HP Latex Optimizer.

 

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Cookbook - Customized Clothing with HP Latex Printers

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HP Latex Printers can print onto standard “heat transfer material” available in the market for inkjet printing. The process to transfer a “heat transfer material” to clothing, including printing on an HP Latex Printers, cutting with a contour cutter, weeding the excess of material and transfering the material to the fabric.

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Cookbook - Durable Textiles for HP Latex Printers

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HP Latex Printers are compatible with a range of textiles such as polyesters and natural fiber blends. HP Latex prints are odorless and, thanks to the flexibility of the ink, the feel of an un-coated material is maintained.

This document provides tips and tricks for getting the best results from HP Latex printers when printing on textiles.

 

 

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Vibrant rooms paint difference for patients at National Children’s Hospital

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Another success story about the advantage of printing with HP Latex Technology. National Children’s Hospital in Quezon City.

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HP Wallart Solutions: Making the difference for Anne Fundació

Anne Fundació, a foundation based in Barcelona dedicated to children's therapy, recently decorated their facilities with the help of HP Wallart Solutions

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How can we change a frightening experience into an adventure? HP Latex ink technology has the answer

HP have a mission to improve the quality of life for all people, thanks to technology. By creating printers and inks based on HP Latex technology, HP has expanded the capabilities of signage printing.

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Canvas framing for HP Latex: fastFrame 1000 from Imaging Solutions AG

Imaging Solutions AG and fastFrame 1000 a brief overview.

As a market leading company in the decorative printing industry, HP Latex is always looking for opportunities to improve not only its printers but also to offer to its customers complete end-to-end solutions, and thus help them to increase their business and achieve even more success.

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Using the SAV High Ink Path to Create Makeshift Profiles for Clear and Backlit Medias

Timothy Mitchell, HP Latex application specialist, explains how to use the SAV High Ink Path to create makeshift profiles for clear and backlit medias.

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Building paper presets: Considerations and workflow with HP Latex

Timothy Mitchell, HP Latex application specialist, explains in depth different types of papers and how to build a preset from scratch.

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Printing on paper with HP Latex technology

Timothy Mitchell, HP Latex application specialist, shares an overview on the different types of media available for the HP Latex printers.

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Printing on mesh or fabric with HP Latex technology

Timothy Mitchell, HP Latex application specialist, shares how tips on how to print on mesh or fabric using HP Latex technology.

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The canvas solution with HP Latex

HP Latex Canvas Solution

 

There’s more to canvas production than simply printing an image onto a canvas material. From choosing the image to stretching the print, HP can help you with all of the production steps in between. Read the full article to learn more about this solution.

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Wallcovering Printing tips and tricks

Would you like to start printing wallcovering with your HP Latex 300 Printer? this document will explain you step by step how to print this high value applications with your HP Latex 300 Printer.

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HP Latex technology: Vehicle and object wrapping

With HP Latex Technologies, you can not only produce the traditional signage jobs you do today, but you can unlock additional revenue streams with a range of new application offerings, including unforgettable banners.

Learn more about reflective traffic signs

With HP Latex Technologies, you can not only produce the traditional signage jobs you do today, but you can unlock additional revenue

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Expand your potential with roll-up banner stands

With HP Latex Technologies, you can not only produce the traditional signage jobs you do today, but you can unlock additional revenue streams with a range of new application offerings, including unforgettable banners.
HP Latex expert Roman Barba discusses roll-up banner stands with HP Latex technology, printed on a variety of materials.

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