Latex Certification Program is a wholly new blueprint launched by HP and Color Concepts (the exclusive partner for HP with regard to the Latex Certification) for rigid media in case of the HP R Printer Series. This program has been launched for the USA in tandem with the EMEA zone.
The program represents a major milestone for the HP Latex Certification Program and offers ample scope for exploring multiple applications. HP is of the opinion that the HP Latex Certification Program for the HP R Printer Series is the best way to accumulate superior profile quality in a more cost-effective way. The present program encompasses more than 1,300 flexible materials for multiple Latex Printer generations. The success of the same has encouraged the brand to expand the scope to rigid materials.
This blueprint will be aimed at conducting tests on how suitable a printer really is along with its performance in various scenarios. This also covers compatibility issues with applications and also the color choices. These results will be shown on the printer displays in front in addition to the HP Media Solutions Locator as well.
This new program will make sure that users get access to a library of materials that have been extensively tested. There is more peace of mind and safety for manufacturers and resellers of rigid materials. On account of certification, the entire trial and error based procedure will be done away with along with risks relating to the failure costs. With the provision of media branding with the HP Certified icon, customers will have the guarantee of buying high quality media. This will create global exposure for media while making the selling procedure more convenient.
Color Concepts is a global, independent software entity and provider of services in the large format printing sector (digital). Color Concepts provides solutions ranging from consultancy on site to technical assistance and training in addition to testing of media and ink along with various certifications. The team at Color Concepts is working continuously for development and finding partners for enhancing print quality standards.