The John Roberts Co. is gearing up for the launch of the new seven-color, 29˝ HP Indigo 10000 press, with the continued plan to improve productivity, expand capabilities and deliver more value, as well as higher quality products to its clients.
The HP Indigo 10000 has been touted as the first offset-quality press. The HP Indigo 10000 received the 2013 Intertech Technology Award sponsored by the Printing Industries of America (PIA), in recognition as a truly innovative print solution.
The Indigo 10000 provides substrate versatility including coated, uncoated, plastics and specialty papers. The advantages of the larger print area on this digital press provide the ability to print items such brochures, pocket folders, posters, newsletters, direct mail, packaging and much more.
“We selected the HP Indigo 10000 because it is the only press that provides high-imposition efficiency and up to seven-colors to yield nearly three times the production per hour,” said Michael Keene, president of The John Roberts Co. “Now we can print jobs digitally that could not have been done before due to the new 29˝ large format.”