Large Format Printer Maintenance

Wide Format Printer Maintenance

Maintaining your large format printer ensures that jobs are completed on-time and prints are of the highest quality.  Updated: 6/14/2018 – Your wide format printer will only work well if it is properly maintained. When you rely on your printer for your business, regular maintenance is vital. It is the kind of thing best done more »

Selecting the Proper Fine Art Paper for Artwork

Proper Fine Art Paper for Artwork

Whether you are printing photography, display graphics, or artwork, selecting the proper material is critical. You should find the proper balance of functionality and aesthetics to highlight, preserve, and transport your visuals. Photographic and Fine Art Printing Let us now take a look at photographic and fine art printing. Usually, photographers or artists ask us more »

Comparing the HP Latex 335 and the HP Latex 365

HP Latex printers are perfect for high-quality printing applications. They work rapidly, efficiently, and cost-effectively. When you need durable prints for indoor or outdoor uses, Latex is a great choice! So what are key differences and similarities between these two 64″ printers from the HP Latex 300 Series? Let’s compare the HP Latex 335 and the HP more »

Mactac Announces Improvements to PERMACOLOR ColorGard LUV Overlaminates

Mactac has announced improvements to their line of PERMACOLOR ColorGard LUV overlaminates. Already considered to be some of the best laminating films on the market, the improvements elevates this product into an even highly level of performance. ColorGard LUV films offer protection from abrasion, moisture and other potentially damaging effects in both indoor and outdoor environments. Additionally, more »

Environmental Recommendations for HP Latex Wide Format Printers

The following are answers to commonly asked questions about environmental recommendations for HP Latex Wide Format Printers. Relative humidity range for best print quality: 40–60%, depending on substrate type Relative humidity range for printing: 20–80%, depending on substrate type Temperature range for best print quality: 20 to 25°C (68 to 77°F), depending on substrate type Temperature range more »