Primary Color Installs HP Indigo 10000 Digital Press

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Offers larger sheet size and expanded color gamut for short-run digital printing giving their customers endless creative possibilities.

HP Indigo 10000

HP Indigo 10000

The HP Indigo 10000 Digital Press opens doors to clients, allowing them to be more creative and test projects on the digital format.

Primary Color, a California-based visual solutions company, has expanded its digital printing capacity with the installation of an HP Indigo 10000 Digital Press.

The company, which also operates an HP Indigo 7600 Digital Press, needed to expand its digital printing capabilities to meet increased demand for shorter, personalized print runs with accelerated production time. Primary Color chose the HP Indigo 10000 Digital Press to take advantage of the 29-inch format, which enables more efficient fulfillment of existing orders while also providing new possibilities for oversized projects, including presentation materials and highly-customized brochures.

The new digital press is integrated with our Marketing Asset Management software platform, which seamlessly connects the client’s branded storefront and web-based print-on-demand capabilities. Variable data printing and print-on-demand products are now expanded to include marketing materials such as customized packaging, gatefold brochures, posters, pocket folders and any piece that needs a paper size of 20.9” x 29.5”.

“We have developed a full range of high-quality print technologies, including the largest, most robust presses across all print categories, which enables us to meet any customer demand,” said Ron Hirt, co-founder and executive vice president of Sales and Marketing, Primary Color. “The HP Indigo 10000 is a perfect fit for us - we believe it is the highest quality, widest-format sheet-fed digital press on the market. The press helps our company to unlock tremendous opportunities to apply the benefits of digital and variable data to more product offerings.”

Opening doors for customers

The full-service team at Primary Color receives many requests from clients asking for customized cross-media campaigns that need to adhere to strict brand guidelines, including color consistency. Featuring HP ElectroInk technology, the HP Indigo 10000 Digital Press seamlessly integrates into Primary Color’s color management system to ensure color consistency across any substrate or application.

Primary Color has also pioneered a proprietary ink set that features an expanded color gamut and offers clients a hi-saturation reproduction option for their printed material. The HP ElectroInk technology fully supports this printing process.

The HP Indigo 10000 Digital Press also enables Primary Color’s product specialists to work alongside clients to create mock-ups and sample pieces that push the limits of traditional print and showcase their creativity in real-time.

“Print remains an important communication tool that can create a beautiful, tactile and engaging experience. We utilize all of the intelligence we have across our company to help our customers differentiate themselves when marketing their products and from the electronic marketing world,” said Hirt. “The HP Indigo 10000 Digital Press opens doors to clients, allowing them to be more creative and test projects on the digital format, which costs less than long-runs on litho machines.”

About Primary Color:

Primary Color is an award-winning visual solutions company that produces world-class marketing products worldwide. Established in 1984, Primary has positioned themselves as an industry leader through their dedication to print innovation, quality and service.

By focusing on technology, Primary analyzes traditional workflows, recommends improvements and develops and implements modern, systems-driven, print solutions. Primary provides turnkey services across all pre-media, print and web-based technologies to simplify marketing execution.

Primary has been certified as a G7 Master Printer and is a FSC and 3M certified company. They operate four state-of-the-art facilities in 182,000 square feet.

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