Dedicated to providing customers with the most advanced technology the print industry has to offer, 4over has proudly entered into the 3D Printing market. As the first trade printer ever to offer 3D Printing technology as a service, 4over has invested in top of the line equipment so that their customers don't have to. This new service is being offered out of the company's Glendale headquarters. 4over employs a manufacturing method called Fused Deposition Modeling, ideal for the creation of prototypes, samples for packaging development, and original items. 3D Printing will appeal to hobbyists, inventors, manufacturers and more, allowing 4over customers to market to clients in brand new industries.
HP Inc. expanded its hybrid HP Latex R Printer Series with the R1000 Printer for rigid and flexible printing. Designed for a variety of hybrid applications including signage and displays, the growing portfolio offers choice, value, and versatility while featuring innovative technologies including HP Latex Rigid Printing Technology and HP Latex White Ink.
“Print service providers are looking at new ways to increase production and expand applications by investing in innovative print technologies such as rigid and white ink to embrace all the possibilities of print,” said Joan Pérez Pericot, GM, HP Large Format Graphics Business, HP Inc. “The new introduction to our HP Latex R Printer Series delivers a versatile and innovative print solution for medium-sized businesses to unlock print opportunities and drive growth.”
The current portfolio includes the HP Latex R2000 Printer, designed for large-signage printer service providers (PSP) who require workflow efficiency and sustained production. With the debut of the HP Latex R1000 Printer, HP is adding depth to offer value in one device. The R1000 Printer offers a single set of inks for a wide range of flexible and rigid media including applications for retail, outdoor signage, window graphics, events and exhibitions, and decorations.