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Grunewald eyes digital growth with HP

German print business Grunewald has invested in a new an HP Indigo 7K as part of an effort to further enhance its digital print offering.

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Grunewald launched its digital print services in 1995

Key benefits of the HP Indigo 7K include new special inks such as metallic ink, invisible ink or scratch-off inks, which HP says can help open the door to new applications.

The machine can process substrates with a thickness of up to 550 micrometers, while the Automatic Alert Agent (AAA) and the HP Optimizer both help improve productivity, according to HP.

Grunewald launched its digital print service in 1995, with its overall offering now including prepress, finishing and mailing production.

“We were also impressed by the features of the HP Indigo 7K that are not obvious at first sight, such as the Automatic Alert Agent,” Grunewald managing director Michael Grunewald says.

“Thanks to its built-in camera system, the press automatically sorts out faulty sheets and initiates reprinting at the same time. In addition, the HP Optimizer allows us to prioritise individual jobs in the queue.”

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