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HP kits up for growth with new Stitch S1000

HP has announced the launch of its new HP Stitch S1000 printer, with the aim of assisting users with expansion and growth in the soft signage and interior décor markets.

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The HP Stitch S1000 has a top speed of 220sq m/hr

The 126”-wide machine can run at speeds of up to 220sq m/hr and offers the possibility to double the throughput on substrates of up to 63” with dual roll accessory.

Users can print directly to fabric or onto transfer paper, while HP says 1200 native dpi printheads and its Drop and Dry System III ensures “deep blacks, vivid colours and extreme resolution”.

Other features include a contact heater for enhanced backlit saturation performance on direct-to-fabric jobs, as well as Smart Nozzle Compensation system and Optical Media Advance Sensor Plus, which work together to ensure reliable image quality while operating at pace. 

The HP Stitch S1000 also uses Eco Passport certified dye sublimation inks, a standard that verifies the safety of chemical products used in the textile and leather industry.

The new HP Stitch S1000 will allow PSPs to expand their dye-sub production versatility even further and say yes to ambitious projects, as well as demanding and innovative applications

In addition, as a further environmental feature for users, the new device benefits from HP’s free printhead recycling scheme, via the HP Planet Partners initiative.

“The new HP Stitch S1000 will allow PSPs to expand their dye-sub production versatility even further and say yes to ambitious projects, as well as demanding and innovative applications,” HP’s large-format global business strategy director, Oscar Vidal, says. 

“With the large-format industry set for a progressive year, HP’s latest Stitch device ensures soft signage and interior decoration professionals are able to handle a diverse range of customer needs, safe in the knowledge they have the technology to deliver.”

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