HP Latex Technology is ideal for canvas printing, providing flexible inks and excellent image quality and fade resistance. You can choose from a range of HP Latex printers from 54-in/137-cm entry-level printers with 750-ml HP Latex Ink cartridges to 126-in/3.2-m industrial printers, with cost-effective HP Latex Ink cartridges up to 10 liters.
Because HP Latex Inks stay on the media surface, they work great on traditional inkjet canvases as well as on a gesso coating or even no coating at all. This opens up many possibilities, for example, stretch rustic-like canvases made of just 100% cotton and create a more cost-effective solution than traditional canvases with a unique look and feel. Get inspired with this “explore the canvas possibilities” video, where you’ll learn about getting a texture on the canvas print, stretching a canvas onto rounded stretcher bars and, even, attaching an elegant canvas onto a magnetic wall!
Successfully delivering a quality canvas to our customers requires both a best-in-class technology and a complete solution that includes the preparation of the file, selection of the canvas material, and cutting and stretching (manual or automatic) into stretcher bars. Learn about all the tools and partners HP provides to help you be successful in this market from the HP WallArt Solution1 to the Fotoba and Esko cutting machines, including the Imaging Solutions automatic stretching machines.
1- Requires an HP WallArt account, Internet connection, and connected Internetcapable device. Images from Fotolia are included with HP WallArt. A limited number of images are available free of charge. Additional images are available for customer purchase. For more information, see hpwallart.com.
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