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Chemica APrint1718 Heat Transfer Media in L260

HP Latex 200 Series

#1 a.ashokdurai5041 5 years ago


We Recently test sampled Chemica Aprint1718 . Tried with a Cut Sheet of 19" X 38" . Test Printed under self adhesive Category with Avery MPI3000 profile. Could not get desired output. Images were faded out. can any one help with settings?

Chemica website have details only regard to post print applications and techniques .

#2 HP-Sonia 5 years ago

#1 To get the best results on your print it is recommend to use certified medias. Aprint1718 is not HP ink certified for HP Latex 260 Printer. This doesn’t mean that you cannot use it, but, you will have to test until you find the settings that gives you the result expected. I you want to find HP ink certified medias for your printer, please go to the Media Solution Locator: and filter by printer and type of media. I hope this information helps.

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