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Esser DruckSolutions doubles up with HP

Germany’s Esser DruckSolutions has expanded its fleet of digital presses with the purchase of two new digital printing systems from HP.

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Esser DruckSolutions is the first company in Europe to install two of HP’s high-end presses in parallel

The company has taken on a HP Indigo 100K and a HP PageWide Web Press T250 HD, making it the first business in Europe to install two of HP’s high-end presses in parallel.

Esser DruckSolutions said the HP Indigo 100K allows it to handle requests from both the commercial and photo book printing sectors. Non-stop printing on the machine is made possible by five feeders, while the press also offers print volumes of up to 6,000 B2 sheets per hour.
 
Meanwhile, the new HP PageWide T250 HD is primarily being used to produce books and operating manuals, mainly serving requests from industrial customers. The machine offers a number of different print modes and prints at speeds of up to 152m/min.

“The installation of two high-end solutions at the same time is special for us and both systems complementing each other extremely well. 

“The use of the two new HP digital presses offers many advantages, especially for book printing, as the inner section can be produced on the HP PageWide T250 HD and the cover on the HP Indigo 100K,” Esser DruckSolutions senior executive Diana Esser says.
 
“HP as a supplier has a real unique selling point that can adequately serve all applications with both systems. For us, it is not a single feature that is pivotal, but the overall package of both systems that ultimately convinced us to expand our fleet of HP digital printing machines.”

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