the HP Latex Printing Technologies application guide for vehicle

Vehicle
Graphics
The HP Latex Printing Technologies
Application Guide
Contents
Welcome
It’s a Wrap – The Advantages of HP Latex Printing Technologies
Compatible Media, Finishing and Media Performance Warranties
– Media Solutions Locator and recommended media
– Lamination
– Providing reassurance – media performance warranties
Printing Vehicle Graphics with HP Latex Printing Technologies
– The printing process
– Handling self-adhesive vinyl
– Preparation before printing a larger print job
– The printing process:
– Printing with HP Scitex LX series Industrial Printers
– Printing with HP Designjet L series Large Format Printers
– Optimizing image quality
– Tips and tricks for printing self-adhesive vinyl for vehicle graphics
Further Information
Welcome to the
hp latex Printing
Technologies
application
guide for vehicle
graphics
Vehicle graphics are an ideal application for HP Latex Printing Technologies. With Latex, your printing and
lamination process is faster, the application procedure is easier, and you are backed by warranties from industryleading names such as 3M and Avery Dennison in addition to HP(1.
Furthermore you get access to a wide variety of compatible media from more than 200 manufacturers(2 through the
Media Solutions Locator database online: hp.com/go/mediasolutionslocator, with already complete color profiles
and print settings.
This document will provide you with an overview of the key features of HP Latex Printing Technologies for vehicle
graphics as well as a guide on how to print vehicle graphics with HP Latex Printers.
For more information on vehicle graphics applications, access hp.com/go/vehiclegraphics.
Want to learn more about other applications?
The HP Latex University is the answer.
The HP Latex University provides a set of training materials to help you successfully produce a wide range of outdoor
and indoor wide format graphics applications using HP Latex Printing Technologies. Sign in and gain access to signage
applications workshops led by industry experts, online webinars, and other tools designed to help you get the most out
of your HP Latex Printer. Go to hp.com/go/hplatexuniversity.
1) Some warranty limitations apply, see the HP Product and Performance Warranty for HP Air Release Adhesive Gloss Cast Vinyl at hp.com/go/HPMediaWarranties.
2) As of September 1, 2011.
It´s a wrap –
the advantages of HP Latex
Printing Technologies
HP Latex Printing Technologies mean business for you. HP Latex
Printing Technologies can save you time, lower your costs, and
keep your customers loyal and satisfied. More than ever.
Save time and create greater potential for your business
Time is money. HP appreciates that every single minute counts to your business. With HP Latex Printing Technologies, you can
cut down on time spent printing and installing your graphics, without trading off image quality.
Save 24-48 hours
With HP Latex Printers, prints are fully cured inside the printer, meaning that they come out of the printer completely dry.
This makes it possible to laminate them immediately!
You can therefore print, laminate, and wrap all in one day. An estimated 24 to 48 hours is saved compared to eco- and
low-solvent printing in which prints must dry before lamination.
HP Latex Printing Technologies enable you to confidently take on same-day and quick turnaround jobs with excellent results.
Save time with instant lamination
Solvent ink-based workflow
HP Latex ink-based workflow
Reduce vehicle graphics installation time by 20%
Costs related to the installation of vehicle graphics make up a significant portion of the overall costs.
Customers tell us that HP Latex prints are easier and faster to install, and that they have saved 20% wrapping time
versus solvent-printed wraps(3.
We talked to Duston Noble, Owner of Wrap Experts to learn more about how he has saved time switching from using
solvent-printed vinyl to vinyl printed with HP Latex Inks. Learn more in HP´s Success Story “Wrap Experts”.
“With the HP Latex Ink system, all the technology in the adhesive is still there so repositionability, slidability, conformity,
air egress – all those things work perfectly.”
Duston Noble, Owner, Wrap Experts
Take full advantage of the properties of the self-adhesive vinyl
HP Latex Printing Technologies allow you to take full advantage of the properties of the self-adhesive vinyl such as air
egress, repositionability, and different levels of tack, making the application process easier and leading to better long-term
adhesion with less lifting. HP Latex only softens the surface of the self-adhesive vinyl and hence leaves the properties of
the self-adhesive in its original and intended state, making the application process easier and leading to better long-term
adhesion. In solvent-printed vinyl which has not been left to cure properly, the solvents migrate into the adhesive and
change its properties, making the vinyl behave differently than intended and making the application process more difficult(4.
“I can just rub that bubble right out because the egress feature in the adhesive allows the air to escape. When you have
solvent-based ink that hasn’t been cured properly, it’ll all stick down and it’ll lock into your air egress and you won’t be
able to do that. That’s a huge benefit to us.”
Duston Noble, Owner, Wrap Experts
Excellent flexibility and conformability and easy to remove and re-position
HP Latex Inks are highly flexible and easy to work with. See excellent flexibility and conformability with HP Latex Inks
that stretch with the self-adhesive vinyl during mounting without cracking. Self-adhesive vinyl printed with HP Latex Inks
can also easily be removed and re-positioned during the application process, even in complicated areas to wrap such as
mirrors and/or other arched parts.
“I can take a piece of this vinyl and put it on the vehicle and I can move it and slide it around anywhere I want to for
positioning. Until I actually push it down on the vehicle, then it grabs a-hold. If you’re using solvent ink that has not been
cured properly all those technology features will go away.”
Duston Noble, Owner, Wrap Experts
Fast printers that produce high image quality
HP Latex Printers are fast printers with an image quality better than or comparable to many eco- or low-solvent ink
printers. With HP Scitex LX820, or LX850 Industrial Printers(5, it is recommended to print at a speed of up to 45-m2
(452-ft2) per hour for self-adhesive vinyl in 6-pass bi-directional. For HP Scitex LX600(6 you can print at a speed of up to
39-m2 (420-ft2) per hour and for the HP Designjet L26500 and L28500 Printer series(7, the recommended print speed is 9-m2
(97-ft2) per hour for a 10-pass bi-directional print mode.
Hours saved every month on printer maintenance
HP Latex Printers are optimized to save time throughout the process. HP Latex Printers employ fully automatic printhead
testing and maintenance systems. No daily manual cleaning is required, saving you a lot of time and effort. Printheads can
be replaced by the user/operator, eliminating the delay and expense of a service call.
Changing of printheads on the HP Designjet L25500 Printer series.
3)
4)
5)
6)
7)
Unless otherwise noted, data is aggregated from information gathered by HP, through general research and discussions with PSPs, in June and July 2009.
Chapter 2: Diffusing solvents, The Graphics Installers Handbook by Rob Ivers.
This includes the earlier printer model HP Scitex LX800.
This includes the earlier printer model HP Designjet L65500.
This includes the earlier printer model HP Designjet L25500.
Customers are key to your business. Your business can’t afford to lose
a customer because of an unexpected change in design or because
a damaged panel must be reprinted. Enable yourself to keep your
customers content, even if they want to make a last-minute change!
Surprise and impress your customers
Deliver your print jobs on time – even when mistakes happen!
All of a sudden it happens. The wrap is almost complete when the last panel to be applied is
damaged and cannot be used. With an eco- or low-solvent printer this means either facing a
delay of 24 hours for a new print to dry, or crossing your fingers and laminating immediately.
With HP Latex Printing Technologies, this worry is eliminated since you can print a new panel,
immediately laminate it with confidence, and apply it on the vehicle.
Impress customers with graphics that look as good up-close as from a
distance
HP Latex Printing Technologies provide the image quality that helps you build customer loyalty.
Produce high-resolution prints with up to 1200 dpi resolution with rich saturated colors.
See color intensity in areas with stretched self-adhesive vinyl
Stretching self-adhesive vinyl over curves usually leads to lighter colors with less “pop”.
Comparing stretched self-adhesive vinyl that has been printed with HP Latex Printing
Technologies to self-adhesive vinyl that has been printed with eco- or low-solvent
technologies, you can see a clear improvement in this area. Colors have stronger intensity
and are not as bleached or diluted.
“This can go so much further than solvent without the inks separating, especially on a dark
color like this. With solvent when you need to stretch it, it tends to separate and you see white.
Latex allows you to pull it more without losing the color.”
Ryan Waffird, Installer, Wrap Experts
Reassure your customers with warranties from industry leaders for up to
6 years(8
You can feel confident and help your customers feel confident too! HP Latex Printing
Technologies are compatible with media backed by performance warranties, including HP(9,
Avery Dennison, and 3M. The HP Performance Warranty covers image performance, durability,
and clean removal for up to 5 years.
Take on fleet jobs and keep consistent colors over time
HP Latex Printers feature a built-in spectrophotometer that enables color matching over
time, and between one printer and another. This makes it easier to take on wrapping jobs for
entire fleets – since you know that you can achieve consistent colors.
Offer media in all price classes and benefit from finished printer settings
and color profiles
With HP Latex Printing Technologies, you get access to the Media Solutions Locator (see,
hp.com/go/mediasolutionslocator for your printer). HP provides you with finished color profiles for
certified RIPs and printer settings so you can spend time on printing instead of profiling.
See the potential for greater profit
Compelling benefits with a competitive price compared to eco- and
low-solvent technologies(10
HP Latex Printers are competitively priced compared to eco- and low-solvent printers. Add benefits,
such as no need for external dryers or special ventilation(11, time saved during printing and
application processes, user-replaceable printheads, and the possibility of printing on a wide
range of media and you can easily see the cost benefits.
Take on premium-priced jobs
Thanks to the quick turn-around times enabled by HP Latex Printing Technologies, you can
take-on quick turn-around, premium-priced jobs.
Create an improved printing environment for your operators
Water-based HP Latex Inks provide high quality and durability on a wide range of media, without
many of the health and safety considerations of eco- and low-solvent inks. Water-based HP Latex
Inks have no hazard warning labels and no Hazardous Air Pollutants (HAPs)(12. No special ventilation
is required(11. The inks are non-flammable and non-combustible(13. HP Latex Inks meet the chemical
requirements of the Nordic Ecolabel (Nordic Swan) for printing companies. Improve the work
environment for your operators and help reduce the impact of printing on the environment.
Win over environmentally conscious customers
You can depend on HP´s environmental innovation and stewardship to help you reduce the
impact of printing on the environment. Water-based HP Latex Inks, recyclable HP printing
materials(14, and HP Scitex and HP Designjet printing systems – designed with the
environment in mind – can help you improve your environmental profile and gain new
customers who are also concerned about the environmental impact of printing.
Eco Mark Certification(15
HP 792 and HP 789 Latex Designjet Ink Cartridges are Eco Mark-Certified. The Eco Mark
Program by the Japan Environment Association is intended to offer a choice of products
that have been evaluated for environmental impact. According to the Japan Environment
Association, Eco Mark-Certified products, as compared to similar products, demonstrate
reduced environmental impacts through the entire life cycle from production to disposal.
Become an HP Ecosolutions Trained Printing Company – and gain an edge
Open up new possibilities for growing your business. The HP Ecosolutions Trained Printing
Company Program for HP Latex Printing Technologies users helps you gain new knowledge –
and use new promotional tools – to assist clients looking for wide format graphics solutions
with a reduced environmental impact.
Undertake convenient web-based training and gain the knowledge that can make you a go-to resource for
the growing number of clients looking for wide format graphics solutions with a reduced environmental
impact. Gain the benefits of co-promotion with HP and let HP help promote your knowledge, and your
business. Take advantage of the training, use the promotional tools – and gain an edge.
Learn more at hp.com/ecosolutions/tpc.
8) Avery Dennison offer a warranty up to 6 years.
9) Some warranty limitations apply, see the HP Product and
Performance Warranty for HP Air Release Adhesive Gloss Cast Vinyl,
at hp.com/go/HPMediaWarranties
10)As of September 1, 2011 HP competitive insight.
11)Special ventilation is not required to meet U.S. OSHA requirements
on occupational exposure to VOCs from HP Latex Inks. Special
ventilation equipment installation is at the discretion of the
customer – no specific HP recommendation is intended. Customers
should consult state and local requirements and regulations.
12) HP Latex Inks were tested for Hazardous Air Pollutants, as defined in
the Clean Air Act, per U.S. Environmental Protection Agency Method
311 (testing conducted in 2010) and none were detected. HAPs are air
pollutants which are not covered by ambient air quality standards but
which, as defined in the Clean Air Act, may present a threat of adverse
human health effects or adverse environmental effects.
13)Water-based HP Latex Inks are not classified as flammable or
combustible liquids under the USDOT or international transportation
regulations. Testing per the Pensky-Martins Closed Cup method
demonstrated flash point greater than 110˚ C.
14)HP Large-format Media take-back program availability varies. Some
recyclable HP papers can be recycled through commonly available
recycling programs. Recycling programs may not exist in your area.
See hp.com/go/recycle for details.
15)HP 792 Latex Designjet Ink Cartridges, certification number 11
142 004 and HP 789 Latex Designjet Ink Cartridges, certification
number 11 142 003, by the Eco Mark Office of Japan Environment
Association.
Compatible media,
finishing and media
performance warranties
Media Solutions Locator and recommended media
Save time and achieve excellent quality by using the Media Solutions Locator(16
The Media Solutions Locator is an easy-to-use tool for finding media, tested and approved by HP, that is compatible with
your HP Latex Printer. The Media Solutions Locator divides media into substrate categories, e.g. “self-adhesive vinyl” and
provides you with:
1. Finished printer settings and
Saves Time
2. Finished color profiles for each of the certified RIPs
Lowers Costs
This provides you with more time for printing and can reduce time and money spent on profiling. Access the Media
Solutions Locator for your printer at hp.com/go/mediasolutionslocator.
Media Solutions Locator showing available HP printing materials for printing self-adhesive
vinyl for vehicle graphics with the HP Scitex LX850 Industrial Printer
There are over 200 media manufacturers and more than 600 different media listed on the Media Solutions Locator(17.
Many third-party companies, including print media and substrate manufacturers, are working with HP through our
Registered Latex Developer Program to offer a wide range of products that have been tested and qualified with HP
Latex Inks and the HP Designjet and HP Scitex printers that work with them. The database is continuously updated, so
it is worth checking back often.
Registered Latex Developer
You can filter your search results on the Media Solutions Locator by the following:
1.
Region: regions in the world where the media is available
2.
Printing Solution: select HP Designjet or HP Scitex depending on your printer model
3.
Application: the types of applications for which the media is suitable, for example, vehicle wraps
4.
Media Type: different types of media; self-adhesive is applicable for vehicle graphics
5.
Device Model: L25500, L26500, L28500, L65500, LX600, LX800, LX820, and LX850
6.
Supplier: manufacturers such as HP, 3M, and Avery Dennison are listed
7.
Grade: the media type “self-adhesive” is divided into: calendered vinyl (monomeric), calendered vinyl (polymeric), and cast vinyl
Recommended media for vehicle graphics applications with HP Latex Inks
The following list of compatible media (see next page) for printing vehicle graphics with HP Latex Printers has been
extracted from the Media Solutions Locator. For compatible media from HP and HP partners 3M and Avery Dennison,
see the Media Solutions Locator. Using media listed in the table with printer settings and color profiles from the Media
Solutions Locator enables optimal results with your HP Latex Printer. Please consult the Media Solutions Locator to
download already complete printer settings and color profiles.
Media Solutions Locator: hp.com/go/mediasolutionslocator.
16)The Media Solutions Locator was formerly known as the HP Media Finder.
17)As of September 1, 2011.
Media offered from different manufacturers for printing vehicle graphics
BRAND
MEDIA
DESCRIPTION
HP Designjet L series Large Format Printers(18
Aslan
DFP 09 Plus
Self-adhesive vinyl, white, glossy, polymeric, PE-liner
for an excellent flatness, 75 microns.
Bando
lj-1150 gm-spvm
Frontlit PVC.
Color world
SC-GPVC glossy white PVC vinyl
Self-adhesive vinyl.
Fushuen-BPS
SK-000-IJ
Self-adhesive vinyl.
Hexis
HX100WG2
Cast vinyl, white gloss 50 microns, solvent-base
acrylic adhesive, HEX press PE liner.
LG
LD383T permanent
Repositionable (frontlit).
Metamark
MD5 white gloss
Self-adhesive vinyl.
Naisi
BS-120MBL; W/R PP S/A (silver glue) vinyl
Calendered self-adhesive vinyl (mono or polymeric).
Orafol-Oracal
Orajet 3551G-101
Self-adhesive calendered vinyl polymeric.
TCIC
PVC vinyl with self-adhesive; 216808360
Self-adhesive vinyl.
ThyssenKrupp
Vinyl TK monomeric MGBP
Self-adhesive calendered vinyl monomeric.
Micro2V2
Height performance perforated polymeric calendered
vinyl, 165 microns, white face, black back.
Perforated vinyl
Hexis
HP Scitex LX series Industrial Printers(19
Aslan
DFP09 Plus
DFP09 Plus.
DiSi FeiSi
DiSi FeiSi 120g white glue (AD-Fix)
Self-adhesive vinyl.
FuLai
FLY-CT005WG
Self-adhesive vinyl.
Fushuen-BPS
Sk-000-ij
White inkjet sticker.
General Foundations
ConceWpt 208
Self-adhesive vinyl.
Grafityp
S38P
White gloss polymeric cast self-adhesive film with
grey solvent based permanent adhesive, 50 microns.
Guoshun
SPVC-0810
SPVC-0810.
Hexis
V200WG1
High-performance polymeric calendered vinyl, white
gloss 70 microns, solvent-based acrylic adhesive, PE
liner.
Hongyong
White self-adhesive vinyl
Self-adhesive vinyl.
Kemica
Digit 100 white gloss P-grey adhesive
Self-adhesive vinyl.
KPMF
DIG GL white polymeric
Self-adhesive vinyl.
LGW
LD3880 Ultra Tack (frontlit)
Self-adhesive vinyl.
MacTac
IMAGin JT 5529 M BF
Polymeric, 55 microns, gloss, highly conformable.
Metamark
MD3-200 white gloss
White gloss.
Nar
n4000g
Self-adhesive vinyl.
Ninehearts imaging pvt
Intercoat 3100
Self-adhesive vinyl.
Nitie
NIJ-SPEG
NIJ-SPEG.
Orafol-Oracal
Orajet 3951G-010
Cast PVC, 55 microns, gloss.
Ritrama
RI-JET 75 PE gloss clear
Gloss, clear, 75 microns, polymeric soft vinyl.
TCIC
216808360 PVC Vinyl with adhesive
Self-adhesive vinyl.
Yulong
Self-adhesive vinyl black
Self-adhesive vinyl.
Color world
SC-PFV18
Perforated vinyl, D1.8mm.
Ritrama
RI-promoview
Gloss, white/black, 145 microns, perforated soft vinyl.
IMAGin JT 5915 P
Perforated vinyl.
Perforated vinyl
MacTac
Lamination
Lamination is the addition of a lacquer or film onto printed media to provide protection, image enhancement and
longevity. Lamination is strongly recommended for vehicle graphics for the following reasons:
• It protects graphics from pollution, smudges, graffiti, water, gases, and UV, etc.
• It makes graphics more resistant to abrasion and scratching.
• It protects graphics from cleaning (for instance cleaning substances or car washing).
• It mitigates the appearance of both glossy banding and hazy blacks and hence improves the image quality.
To verify lamination compatibility with Latex Inks, HP is testing lamination product compatibility with HP printing materials. The
table below lists some lamination solutions that work well with HP self-adhesive vinyls. For the latest information on
lamination solutions for HP Latex Printing Technologies, access: hp.com/go/latexlamination.
Approved HP and third-party lamination solutions for HP Large Format Printing Materials
Lamination
HP Clear Gloss Cast
Overlaminate
HP Air Release
Adhesive Gloss
Cast Vinyl
HP Permanent
Gloss Adhesive
Vinyl
HP Permanent
Matte Adhesive
Vinyl
HP One-view
Perforated
Adhesive Window
Vinyl
•
Neschen Filmolux
Performance Clear 80
•
•
TechINK Digital Printing
Ink Solutions Duracoat 3lt
•
•
18)The media is offered by third-parties and may be subject to third-party warranties.
19)The media is offered by third-parties and may be subject to third-party warranties.
•
Description
Application
Pressure-sensitive film
Roller laminator
Pressure-sensitive film
Roller laminator
Liquid laminate
Pad, meyer, and spray
To provide reassurance for you and your customers, industryleading media manufacturers including 3M(20, Avery Dennison(21,
and HP(22 offer warranties for graphics printed with HP Latex
Printers. To maintain eligibility, it is important to comply with the
terms of each companies’ warranties.
Providing reassurance – media performance warranties
Provide peace of mind: Most warranties cover a number of performance characteristics up
to 6 years.
Demonstrate strict quality practices: In order to comply with requirements of performance
warranties from HP, Avery Dennison, and 3M, prints must meet strict quality measurements
for durability in areas such as fading, cracking, and peeling. To become an approved partner
of 3M and Avery Dennison also requires high standards in color performance, color intensity,
and ease of use. HP Latex Printers meet the requirements from industry-leading vinyl
manufacturers that offer vehicle graphics warranties for prints produced with HP Latex Inks.
Overview of HP Latex Printers and warranty coverage
THIRD-PARTY WARRANTIES
Ink
HP LX600 Latex
Scitex Ink
HP 3M LX600
Specialty Latex Ink
HP 789 Latex
Designjet Ink
•
3M™ MCS™ Warranty
3M Performance Guarantee – 3M Media
•
ICS Warranty – Avery Media
•
•
•
•
Contact the media manufacturer to obtain warranty terms and eligibility.
20)Some warranty limitations apply for 3M, see hp.com/go/vehiclegraphics
21)Some warranty limitations apply for Avery Dennison, see hp.com/go/vehiclegraphics
22)Some warranty limitations apply, see the HP Product and Performance Warranty for HP Air Release Adhesive Gloss Cast Vinyl, as well as product
warranties for HP Permanent Gloss Adhesive Vinyl, HP Permanent Matte Adhesive Vinyl, and HP One-view Perforated Adhesive Window Vinyl at
hp.com/go/HPMediaWarranties.
3M warranties and recommended media
3MTM MCSTM Warranty and HP 3M Specialty Latex Inks(23
From product performance in graphics production to ink performance, graphic durability, and removability – the 3M™
MCS™ Warranty has you covered.
HP 3M Specialty Latex Inks are an approved component under the 3M™ MCS™ Warranty. Count on prints designed to
provide comprehensive protection for vehicle graphics and more. Under the warranty, if print services providers (PSPs)
are certified by 3M to offer the MCS™ Warranty, use 3M-branded inks, print on 3M media, and follow 3M’s recommended
procedures, the graphics they produce are covered by 3M against claims on the graphics´ performance up to 5 years
after the graphics were shipped.
You are covered with credit or replacement of all 3M materials used in the graphic.
For details, see: hp.com/go/vehiclegraphics.
3M Performance Guarantee Program
HP Latex Printers are part of the 3M Performance Guarantee program when used with a wide range of approved 3M media.
Prints are guaranteed to meet high quality standards for vehicle graphics for up to 5 years(24.
For details, see: hp.com/go/vehiclegraphics.
Media offered by 3M for use with HP Designjet L series Large Format Printers and HP Scitex LX series Industrial Printers for
vehicle graphics applications
3M MEDIA
DESCRIPTION
3MTM ControltacTM Graphic Film IJ180-10
White, pressure-activated adhesive. Slideable, re-positionable, conformable over rivets and corrugations,
removable with heat and/or chemicals, suitable for watercraft.
3MTM ControltacTM Graphic Film with ComplyTM Adhesive White, pressure-activated with Comply adhesive. Comply adhesive air release channels. Slideable, re-positionIJ180C-10
able, conformable over rivets and corrugations, removable with heat and/or chemicals, suitable for watercraft.
3MTM ControltacTM Graphic Film with ComplyTM v3
Adhesive IJ180Cv3-10
White, pressure-activated with Comply v3 adhesive. Comply adhesive non-visible air release channels;
improved air flow. Slideable, re-positionable, conformable over rivets and corrugations, removable and/or
chemicals, suitable for watercraft.
3MTM ScotchcalTM Graphic Film with ComplyTM Adhesive
IJ170Cv3-10
White, pressure-sensitive with Comply v3 adhesive. Conformable over rivets and corrugations, non-visible air
release channels, improved air flow, removable with heat and/or chemicals. Suitable for watercraft. Valuepriced premium film.
3MTM ControltacTM Graphic Film with ComplyTM Adhesive White, pressure-activated with Comply v3 adhesive. Slideable, re-positionable, non-visible air-release chanIJ380Cv3-10
nels, excellent air flow, highly comfortable over rivets and corrugations, removable without heat or chemicals,
for vehicle and watercraft wraps only.
3MTM ControltacTM Graphic Film IJ181
White, pressure-sensitive adhesive. Designed for application to stainless steel, permanent.
3MTM ControltacTM Changeable Graphic Film with
ComplyTM Adhesive IJ3552C
White, pressure-activated with Comply adhesive, slideable, re-positionable, air-release channels, changeable.
3MTM ControltacTM Graphic Film IJ160-10
White, pressure-sensitive adhesive. Slideable, re-positionable, removable.
3M Controltac Graphic Film IJ160C-10
White, pressure-activated with Comply adhesive. Comply adhesive air-release channels. Slideable, re-positionable, removable.
3MTM ScotchcalTM Graphic Film IJ3470
White, pressure-sensitive adhesive, removable.
3MTM ScotchcalTM Changeable Graphic Film IJ3555
White, pressure-sensitive adhesive, low temperature application, removable without heat or chemicals.
3M Scotchlite Reflective Graphic Film IJ680
Reflective white, pressure-sensitive adhesive. Slideable, conformable over corrugations and rivets, permanent.
3MTM ScotchliteTM Removable Reflective Graphic Film
with ComplyTM Adhesive IJ680CR
Reflective white, pressure-activated with Comply adhesive. Slideable, air-release channels, conformable over
corrugations and rivets, removable.
3MTM ScotchliteTM Reflective Graphic Film IJ5100R
Reflective white, pressure-sensitive adhesive. Removable from approved flat painted substrates.
3MTM ScotchliteTM Reflective Graphic Film IJ5100
Reflective white, pressure-sensitive adhesive. Permanent.
TM
TM
TM
TM
For lamination solutions, access the 3M datasheets: hp.com/go/vehiclegraphics.
23)Contact your HP representative for more information about the HP 3M Specialty Latex Inks.
24)Warranty coverage varies by region, please see 3Mgraphics.com for information about what is offered in your country. Some warranty limitations apply.
Avery Dennison warranties and recommended media
Avery Dennison ICS Platinum Warranty and Avery Dennison ICS Performance Guarantee
Avery Dennison´s durability warranties for media targeted to vehicle graphics and all other
indoor and outdoor applications include the Avery Dennison ICS (Integrated Component
System) Platinum Warranty and Avery Dennison ICS Performance Guarantee(25. Avery
Dennison´s warranties cover aspects such as ink performance, durability, adhesion to
substrates, printing and cutting defects, and more. Prints are guaranteed to meet their high
quality standards for up to 6 years. For details on warranties offered by Avery Dennison, see
hp.com/go/vehiclegraphics.
Media offered by Avery Dennison for use with HP Designjet L series Large Format Printers
and HP Scitex LX series Industrial Printers for vehicle graphics applications
AVERY MEDIA
DESCRIPTION
WIDTHS
MPI 1005 Supercast Easy Apply RS
Cast vinyl, 50 microns easy apply repositionable and
slideable adhesive.
1370 mm (53.9 in) 1520 mm (59.8 in)
MPI 1040 Transparent
Cast vinyl, 50 microns permanent adhesive.
1370 mm (53.9 in)
MPI 1005 Supercast Gloss Opaque LTR
Cast vinyl, 50 microns with long term removable
adhesive.
1370 mm (53.9 in)
MPI 2004 Easy Apply RS
Polymeric vinyl, 80 microns with easy apply
repositionable and slideable adhesive.
1370 mm (53.9 in) 1520 mm (59.8 in)
MPI 2000, MPI 2002, MPI 2112, MPI 2120, MPI 2122,
MPI 2040, MPI 2041
Polymeric vinyl, 80 microns with permanent, removable
adhesives.
1370 mm (53.9 in) 1600 mm (62.9 in)
1800 mm (70.8 in) 2000 mm (78.7 in)
MPI 2923 Easy Apply
Polymeric matte vinyl, 86 microns with permanent grey
adhesive.
1370 mm (53.9 in) 1520 mm (59.8 in)
MPI 2920 Matte Permanent
Polymeric matte vinyl, 86 microns with permanent or
removable adhesive.
1370 mm (53.9 in) 1520 mm (59.8 in)
MPI 2921 Matte Removable
Polymeric matte vinyl, 86 microns with permanent or
removable adhesive.
1370 mm (53.9 in) 1520 mm (59.8 in)
MPI 2923 Matte Grey Permanent
Polymeric matte vinyl, 86 microns with permanent grey
adhesive.
1370 mm (53.9 in) 1520 mm (59.8 in)
MPI 3000PP, MPI 3001PP, MPI 3002PP, MPI 3000, MPI
3021, MPI 8112, MPI 3041PP
Monomeric gloss or matte vinyl, 100 microns with
permanent or removable adhesive.
1067mm (42 in) 1370 mm (53.9 in)
1520 mm (59.8 in) 1600 mm (62.9 in)
1800 mm (70.8 in) 2000 mm (78.7 in)
MPI 6200 Premium Reflective
Cast vinyl 140 microns with high gloss level.
1230 mm (48.4 in)
MPI Dusted Glass Easy Apply RS
Cast vinyl 50 microns with easy apply repositionable and
1370 mm (53.9 in)
slideable adhesive.
For lamination solutions access the Avery Media datasheets: hp.com/go/vehiclegraphics
25)Avery, Avery Dennison and ICS Warranty are trademarks from Avery Dennison Corporation. Some warranty limitations apply for Avery
Dennison, see hp.com/go/vehiclegraphics.
HP warranties and recommended media
The HP Performance Warranty(26 – covers image performance, durability, and clean removal up to 5 years
To provide you with a vehicle graphics solution you can count on, HP offers the HP Performance Warranty. Prints produced on
HP Latex Printers with HP Latex Inks on HP Air Release Adhesive Gloss Cast Vinyl and finished with HP Clear Gloss Cast
Overlaminate are covered up to 5 years for image performance, durability, and clean removal. The Performance Warranty
for HP Air Release Adhesive Gloss Cast Vinyl is in addition to the HP warranty on the printer, providing seamless warranty
service for the HP vehicle graphics solution. For details, see hp.com/go/HPMediaWarranties.
HP media for vehicle graphics for HP Designjet L series Large Format Printers and HP Scitex LX series Industrial Printers
HP PRINTING MATERIAL
DESCRIPTION
SIZES
HP Air Release Adhesive Gloss Cast Vinyl
Cast vinyl. 51 microns, 2 mil, 100 g/m2 without liner.
Includes a permanent opaque adhesive and air-release
adhesive feature.
1372 mm x 45,7 m (54 in x 150 ft) – order CG935A
1524 mm x 45,7 m (60 in x 150 ft) – order CG934A
HP Clear Gloss Cast Overlaminate
Overlaminate compatible with HP Air Release Adhesive
Gloss Cast Vinyl and covered by the HP Product and
Performance Warranty(26.
1372 mm x 45,7 m (54 in x 150 ft) – order CH037A
1524 mm x 45,7 m (60 in x 150 ft) – order CH036A
HP Permanent Gloss Adhesive Vinyl
Calendered vinyl, monomeric. 99 microns, 3.5 mil, 145 g/m2
without liner. Offers high-gloss, opaque finish, permanent
adhesive, and clean removal with an HP warranty(26.
1067 mm x 45,7 m (42 in x 150 ft) – order CG423A
1372 mm x 45,7 m (54 in x 150 ft) – order CG424A
1524 mm x 45,7 m (60 in x 150 ft) – order CG425A
1524 mm x 91,4 m (60 in x 300 ft) – order CG426A
HP Permanent Matte Adhesive Vinyl
Calendered vinyl, monomeric. 99 microns, 3.5 mil, 145 g/m2
without liner. Includes matte, opaque finish, permanent
adhesive, and clean removal with an HP warranty(26.
1067 mm x 45,7 m (42 in x 150 ft) – order CG453A
1372 mm x 45,7 m (54 in x 150 ft) – order CG454A
1524 mm x 45,7 m (60 in x 150 ft) – order CG455A
1524 mm x 91,4 m (60 in x 300 ft) – order CG456A
HP One-view Perforated Adhesive Window Vinyl
Vinyl polymeric substrate with white paper liner. 166
microns, 6.5 mil, 155 g/m2 without liner. Includes semigloss finish, 60% printable area and 40% open area, 1.5 mm
hole diameter, and clean removal with an HP warranty(26.
1067 mm x 50 m (42 in x 164 ft) – order CH004A
1372 mm x 50 m (54 in x 164 ft) – order CH005A
26)Some warranty limitations apply, see the HP Product and Performance Warranty for HP Air Release Adhesive Gloss Cast Vinyl, as well as product warranties for HP Permanent Gloss
Adhesive Vinyl, HP Permanent Matte Adhesive Vinyl, and HP One-view Perforated Adhesive Window Vinyl at hp.com/go/HPMediaWarranties.
Printing vehicle graphics with
HP Latex Printing Technologies
The printing process
Printing with hp latex printing technologies is user-friendly and intuitive. hp has worked to simplify the process and therefore
offers printer settings and icc profiles to download from the media solutions locator: hp.com/go/mediasolutionslocator.
It is important to know that no self-adhesive vinyl is the same: they all require their own, customized settings. Therefore, HP
recommends accessing the Media Solutions Locator to download settings for available media. If the self-adhesive vinyl that
you want to use is not available on the Media Solutions Locator, see the “Add a new substrate guide” for your HP Latex Printer.
HP Designjet L series Large Format Printers and HP Scitex LX series Industrial Printers follow different processes when
printing. Please see over for instructions on how to print with HP Scitex LX series Industrial Printers and HP Designjet L
series Large Format Printers.
Handling self-adhesive vinyl
Self-adhesive vinyl is a sensitive material that must be handled with care for optimal results. To achieve excellent results
with HP Latex Printing Technologies, HP recommends the following:
1.
Store vinyl in an upright position and not directly on the ground: Always store self-adhesive vinyl in an upright
position: the increased pressure from lying down horizontally can change the structure of the vinyl and have an impact on
print results. Vinyl should not be stored directly on the ground to avoid the risk of moisture damaging the substrate.
2. Wear gloves: Always wear gloves when handling self-adhesive vinyl before printing. The oil from hands can
transfer to the self-adhesive vinyl surface and impact the print quality.
3.
Room temperature: The behavior of vinyl is significantly influenced by temperature and should neither be too hot nor too cold.
When vinyl is hot, it becomes very soft, stretches easily, and the adhesive becomes very aggressive. When vinyl is cold, it becomes
brittle, tears, and does not adhere. Make it a habit to give vinyl time to adjust to the room temperature before printing and
preferably store it as close to the printer as possible. See below table for temperature and humidity specifications.
4. Humidity: Extremely high/low humidity can affect behavior of media and/or printhead reliability. See below table for
temperature and humidity specifications.
Printer environment specifications
TEMPERATURE RANGE
HUMIDITY RANGE
TEMPERATURE GRADIENT
Operating for optimal print quality
20 to 25°C (68 to 77°F)
40 to 60% Relative Humidity
10°C/h (50°F/h) or less
Operating for standard printing
15 to 30°C (59 to 86°F)
20 to 70% Relative Humidity
10°C/h (50°F/h) or less
Not operating (in transport or storage), ink in tubes
5 to 55°C (41 to 131°F)
90% Relative Humidity at 55°C (131°F)
10°C/h (50°F/h) or less
Not operating (in transport or storage), no ink in tubes
-25 to 55°C (-13 to 131°F)
90% Relative Humidity at 55°C (131°F)
10°C/h (50°F/h) or less
Preparation before printing a larger job
Before a larger print job, or after not printing for a long period of time, HP recommends
performing an:
1. Automatic printhead cleaning.
When a printer has been left standing
for longer periods of time, dried ink
may clog the nozzles, which affects
image quality. This is easily removed
with automatic printhead cleaning.
2.
Automatic printhead alignment.
Precise alignment between printheads is
essential for color accuracy, smooth
color transitions, and sharp edges in
graphical elements.
Note: When printing with the dual-roll
feature, always do a printhead
alignment with single-roll set-up prior.
Note: Manual printhead alignment may
be required when printing perforated
self-adhesive vinyl, since this media
does not reflect enough light to be
properly read.
3. Color calibration. The purpose of a
color calibration is to produce consistent
colors with the specific printheads, inks,
and substrate that you are using, and in
your particular environmental conditions.
After color calibration, you can expect to
get identical prints from your printer on
different occasions.
Note: Color calibration on perforated
vinyl is not supported. HP recommends
downloading the HP One-view Perforated
Adhesive Window Vinyl profile from the
Media Solutions Locator as a starting
point, then fine-tuning ink settings in
terms of printout image quality.
The HP Internal Print Server on the HP
Scitex LX series Industrial Printers provides
an easy-to-use interface including: print job
management, full printer status
information, printer alerts, printer
calibrations and adjustments, management
installation of substrate presets, printer
firmware upgrades, and access to the online
HP Printing Knowledge Center.
The front panel on the HP Designjet L series
Large Format Printers performs several
important functions. It assists you in
troubleshooting issues, it is used when
performing certain physical operations (such
as unloading a substrate and maintaining the
printer), it displays information in brief about
the status of the printer, and it displays
warning and error messages (with audio
alerts when appropriate).
Parent substrates
There are three different
types of parent substrates
listed in the “Internal Print
Server” (L65500, LX600,
LX800, LX820, LX850) or
in the “RIP Interface”
(L25500, L26500, L28500)
related to printing vehicle
graphics.
HP Designjet L25500/
L25600/L28500 Printer
series parent substrates
and ink levels:
1. Vinyl
– Calendered – Normal, High
2. Vinyl – Cast – Normal, High
3. Perforated Vinyl/Punch
Window – Normal, High Ink
HP Designjet L65500 Printer
series, HP Scitex LX600/
LX800/LX820/LX850
Industrial Printer parent
substrates and ink densities:
1. Vinyl – Calendered –
100%, 150%, 250%
2. Vinyl – Cast – 100%,
150%, 250%
3. Perforated Vinyl/Punch
Window – 100%, 150%,
250%.
The printing process: Printing with HP Scitex LX series
Industrial Printers
1. Load the media
2. Access Media Solutions Locator to download media settings and color profiles
3. Print
HP recommended print modes
HP Designjet L65500 Printer series, HP
Scitex LX600/ LX800/LX820/ LX850
Industrial Printers: 6 pass bidirectional or
8-pass unidirectional. 100% ink coverage.
1.Loading of the self-adhesive vinyl:
a. In the Internal Print Server on the HP Scitex LX series Industrial Printers go to: Substrate >
Load/Unload.
b. Keep the media smooth and taut and make sure that there are no wrinkles.
c. Avoid telescoping on the input roll.
d. Make sure that the position of the media in the input and output is well aligned. If necessary,
unload and reload the media.
Note: If you have an unexpected problem at any stage of the substrate loading process, see
the Maintenance and Troubleshooting Guide for your corresponding printer model.
2.Example of downloaded media settings and color profiles:
Access the Media Solutions Locator website and download the printing presets (an OMS file) that
must be imported into your printer. Also download the .ICC file that must be imported into your RIP.
Downloaded printer settings from the Media Solutions Locator
ICC Profile
ftp://ftp.hp.com/pub/scitex/LX820_LX850/hp_lx820-lx850_hp_air_release_
adhesive_gloss_cast_vinyl.zip
Load as:
[Self adhesive] Vinyl - Cast - 100%
Print Mode:
6 passes bidi
Input Tension:
45N/m
Output Tension:
30N/m
Vacuum:
20mmH20
Airflow:
80%
Drying Temperature:
60ºC (140ºF)
Curing Temperature:
100ºC (212ºF)
Note: For the HP Designjet L65500 Printer series and the HP Scitex LX600 and LX800 Industrial
Printers, printer settings (instead of an OMS file) are downloaded that must be entered into your printer.
3.Create a new substrate type:
5.Import the .ICC file into your RIP:
Import the printer presets into your printer by using
the IPS. Click on Substrate Presets Management and
import your saved .OMS file. Once the file has been
imported, the printer automatically creates a new
substrate type stored under the “customs category”.
All settings are automatically specified for every
print mode.
Note: For the HP Designjet L65500 Printer
series and HP Scitex LX600 and LX800 Industrial
Printers, simply copy the printer settings into the
corresponding IPS column.
Please refer to HP manual “import substrate
presets into your system” or consult directly with
your RIP provider.
6.Specify print mode and substrate and send
this job to the Internal Print Server:
Do this in your RIP.
7.Open the RIP file in the IPS:
Go to “add new job icon” and open the file.
8.You are now ready to start printing:
4.Color Calibration:
Click on Substrate / Settings / Color / Print Plot to
perform an automatic color calibration. This modifies
the ink restriction values.
Color calibration of calendered self-adhesive vinyl
on the HP Scitex LX850 Industrial Printer
Ink restrictions: A
way of specifying the
maximum amount of
each color of ink that
can be laid down on the
substrate.
If your media is not listed on the Media Solutions
Locator, identify a similar type of media on the Media
Solutions Locator and download the settings. You
can then use the settings of this media as a basic
starting point, then fine-tune them following the
instructions in the “Add a new substrate guide” to
achieve optimal results.
The printing process: printing with HP Designjet L series
Large Format Printers
HP recommended print modes
HP Designjet L25500/L26500/L28500
Printer series: 10 pass bidirectional. Normal
ink setting.
1.Load the Media
a. At the printer’s front panel, select the icon
, then select Substrate load > Load roll.
b. Alternatively, feed paper into the printer
until the printer grasps it. The front panel
will guide you through the following steps.
h. Note: If you have an unexpected problem at
any stage of the substrate loading process,
see the Maintenance and Troubleshooting
Guide for your corresponding printer model.
2.Download media settings and
color profiles:
c. Carefully insert the leading edge of the
substrate above the black-ribbed roller,
making sure the substrate remains taut
during the process. Avoid pulling excess
substrate from the roll, which could cause
skew. Also avoid rewinding the substrate
manually unless the printer asks you to do so.
d. If substrate is smaller than printer width, it’s
better to locate the substrate to the
left-most position in the spindle so it is
centered in the print zone.
e. The printer beeps when it detects and
accepts the leading edge of the substrate.
Access the Media Solutions Locator website
and download the printing presets and color
profiles that must be imported into your
printer.
If you cannot find the profiles for your
substrate on the Media Solutions Locator,
check availability with your RIP vendor or
substrate supplier.
Use the Media Solutions Locator to
download the printing presets and color
profiles to import into your printer (see
below).
3.Install the media profiles on your
RIP. Follow RIP instructions on how
to proceed.
f. Select the correct substrate category for
the roll of self-adhesive vinyl that you are
loading.
g. The printer checks the substrate in various
ways and may ask you to correct problems
with skew or tension. Wait until the substrate
emerges from the printer. The printer
calibrates the substrate advance itself.
4.The printer will indicate that you
are ready to start printing.
Media Solutions Locator showing available HP printing materials for
printing self-adhesive vinyl for vehicle graphics with HP Designjet
L25500 Large Format Printer
Recommended default settings in the HP Designjet L25500, L26500, L28500
Printers for parent substrate “self-adhesive vinyl”
Substrate family
Self-adhesive vinyl
Drying temp
55ºC (131ºF)
Curing temp°
110ºC (230ºF)
Heating airflow
30
Auto-tracking (OMAS)
Cutter
•
•
Substrate-advance compensation
0
Input tension
15
Vacuum
25
Print settings
Guidelines for the drying and curing
temperature settings for the HP Scitex LX
series Industrial Printers
Curing (°C)
80
80
85
85
90
90
95
95 100 100
Drying (°C)
55
60
55
60
55
60
55
60
55 60
Guidelines for the drying and curing
temperature settings for the HP Designjet L
series Large Format Printers
Curing (°C)
100 100 105 105 110 110 115 115 120 120
Drying (°C)
50
55
50
55
50
55
50
55
50 55
Substrate Tension
Tension is applied at the input and the output side. It must be
evenly distributed along the entire width of the substrate,
thus substrate load is a critical operation. HP recommends
changing substrate tensions in steps of 10 N/m.
Note: Input tension should be higher than output tension
and the maximum gap between input and output tension
is restricted to 25 N/m.
Note: Output tension should be increased whenever
vacuum pressure is increased.
Print Modes
The substrate type “Self-adhesive vinyl Calendered
100%” includes 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, and 8 passes.
Number of Passes
Specifies how many times the printheads print over the
same area of the surface. The higher the number of
passes, the higher the print quality and color vibrancy,
however print speed is lower. HP recommends changing
the number of passes by one step at a time.
Note: Print modes with less than 6 passes are printed
unidirectional for higher speed.
Curing Temperature
Curing is needed to coalesce the latex particles, creating a
polymeric film which acts as a protective layer, while at the
same time removing the remaining liquid from the print.
Curing is vital to ensure the durability of the printed image.
Note: For HP Designjet L series Large Format Printers
only, input tension is provided.
Airflow Power
The airflow generated by the fans in the curing module is
split into two air layers, one reaching the print zone and the
other at the end of the curing zone. This is needed to help
remove the moisture and additives while the substrate is
being heated by the drying and curing zones. HP
recommends changing airflow power in increments of 10%.
Vacuum Pressure
The vacuum applied to the substrate in the printing zone
helps to hold the substrate down on the print platen,
keeping the distance to the printheads constant. When
optimizing vacuum levels, HP recommends doing it in
steps of 5-mm H2O.
Optimizing image quality
HP recommends changing temperature in steps of 5˚C
(41˚F) as many times as needed since self-adhesive vinyl
is sensitive to heat changes.
This page gives you an overview of different settings and
parameters that can be changed to optimize the print
quality when printing self-adhesive vinyl with HP Latex
Printers(27.
Use the following tables as guides for the relationship
between curing and drying temperature on the HP Scitex
LX series Industrial Printers and the HP Designjet L series
Large Format Printers.
Download the most current firmware and
change settings “on the fly”:
Heating/Drying Temperature
The heat applied in the printing zone removes water and
fixes the image to the substrate.
HP recommends changing temperature in steps of 5˚C
(41˚F) as many times as needed since self-adhesive vinyl
is sensitive to heat.
With the most current firmware for HP Latex Printers, it
is no longer necessary to pause the print job to change
settings. Adjustments can be made while printing,
speeding up the process for you.
Basic settings to change when optimizing
print quality
The settings in the table can be modified to optimize print
quality or when printing a custom substrate.
27) For more details see the “HP Scitex LX Printer family User’s guide” and the “HP Designjet L series User´s Guide”.
Tips and tricks for printing self-adhesive vinyl for vehicle graphics
Use the tiling feature to optimize
matching colors between panels
In vehicle graphics, the use of several
panels makes it important that colors match
between the panels. The tiling feature, which
is available in the RIP or directly in the IPS on
your HP Scitex LX series Industrial Printer can
be used for this purpose. This is especially
useful when printing solid color fills. Tiling
automatically cuts your image into sections
and prints the sections separately.
There are two alternative ways to
select the size of the sections:
1. Select the width and height of each section.
The number of sections is then calculated
automatically.
2.Select the number of horizontal and
vertical sections. The width and height of
each section is then calculated
automatically.
Note: Tiling of solid color images at times
leads to color inconsistency between
tiling panels. To prevent this, flipping
every other tile 180˚ is recommended.
See below for more details. See the
Image Quality Troubleshooting Guide for
more information:
hp.com/go/LX850/media.
Apply spit bars for improved color consistency
Spit bars can be applied while printing wide solid color panels for optimal color consistency. Spit
bars capture the first ink from the printheads ensuring that the printheads are in an optimal state.
Smooth vinyl with no wrinkles
Applicable only for the HP Scitex LX850 Industrial Printer: If you are loading a vinyl substrate,
HP recommends using the output diverter from the ink collector kit to minimize wrinkles.
Importance of the Drying and Heating Temperature in the Printing
Process
Since HP Latex Inks are fully cured inside the printers, heating is required during the process.
Self-adhesive vinyl is a material that is heat sensitive and if an excessive curing or heating
temperature is applied, the behavior of the vinyl can be changed; e.g. show signs of curling,
formation of bubbles, or shrinking or expanding of the media. Should you observe any change
in the self-adhesive vinyl media, lowering the curing and or heating temperatures eliminates or
minimizes this behavior (lower the heating/curing temperature in steps of 5˚C (41˚F)).
Should you observe ink bleeding, ink not dried thoroughly or ink coalesced, solve this by
increasing the curing and heating temperature in steps of 5˚C (41˚F).
Please refer to the “Image Quality Troubleshooting Guide” for more information. See
hp.com/go/latex.
FURTHER
INFORMATION
Please contact your HP representative or reseller for more information on how to get the most
out of your HP Latex Printer.
To learn more about HP Latex Printing Technologies, visit
hp.com/go/latex
For more information about HP Designjet and HP Scitex solutions, visit
hp.com/go/L26500/solutions
hp.com/go/L28500/solutions
hp.com/go/scitexLX600
hp.com/go/scitexLX820
hp.com/go/scitexLX850
Want to learn more about other applications? The HP Latex University is the answer.
The HP Latex University provides a set of training materials to help you successfully produce a
wide range of outdoor and indoor wide format graphics applications using HP Latex Printing
Technologies. Sign in and gain access to signage applications workshops led by industry experts,
online webinars, and other tools designed to help you get the most out of your HP Latex Printer.
Go to hp.com/go/hplatexuniversity.
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The information contained herein is subject to change
without notice. HP shall not be liable for technical or
editorial errors or omissions contained herein.
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