HP Indigo 10000 Digital Press

HP Indigo 10000 Digital Press

A 29 inch format Indigo press

Break digital barriers and grow your business
The 29 inch format HP Indigo 10000 Digital Press produces virtually any commercial job—with Indigo quality, substrate versatility, and production flexibility. This robust press is an easy fit for offset print service providers, printing large volumes of high-value pages and a wide variety of applications.
Print any commercial job
With its 29 inch format and built-in duplex mechanism, the press makes it possible, for the first time, to digitally print any size application, including pocket folders, six-page brochures, posters, and large lay-flat books.
Offset-matching print quality
Enabled by HP Indigo’s liquid ElectroInk technology and unique digital offset process, HP Indigo prints are of the highest quality. They match or even exceed offset, allowing them to be used interchangeably. ElectroInk also provides the widest digital color gamut using up to 7 ink stations on the press.
High productivity
Printing 3450 full size 29 inch sheets per hour (4/0) or 4600 sheets per hour using Enhanced Productivity Mode (EPM), the press is capable of producing over two million color sheets per month. The 29 inch format enables highly efficient imposition of jobs and lowers the cost per copy, pushing the digital breakeven point vs. offset to new heights. The combination of press speed with the high number of copies imposed per sheet delivers at least two and a half times the productivity of any digital sheetfed press in the market today.
Widest media range
Supporting the largest media range in the industry, the press is compatible with more than 2800 certified substrates—from 50 lb text to 150 lb cover and 3-18 pt. in thickness—including coated, uncoated, and colored papers, and paperboard for folding cartons.
Easy fit for offset printers
The 29 inch format facilitates quick ramp up and easy integration for offset printers. The press is compatible with standard sheet size, offset palette feeding, and conventional finishing devices.
Multiple drawers enable on-the-fly changeovers of media and continuous printing.