HP PageWide T470S Press

Produce quality preprint for low-medium volumes with low-cost digital flexibility.

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HP PageWide T470S Press

Increase corrugated manufacturing productivity and optimize your print quality with HP’s technology innovations.

The web is rewound onto reels, which can measure up to 60 inches diameter, for downstream roll-red processing.

After the moisturizer, a festoon system called the web extender allows time for adequate moisture absorption before rewinding the printed material.

The moisturizer replaces any moisture that is lost during the priming, printing, and varnishing drying processes, and helps restore the paper to its original characteristics.

Overprint varnish (OPV) is applied as a flood coat and is dried using an integrated dryer. OPV may protect the print and enhance its visual appearance.

The Inline Process Control System uses high-speed cameras to capture samples of printed output to monitor nozzle health and ensure top inkjet print quality.

After printing, the paper passes through three high-intensity dryer sections that use a combination of infrared light and forced air to enable the ink to dry on the paper.

The curved arch design provides tight control of the paper tension for accurate printing while maintaining a very small printhead-to-paper spacing to ensure clean, sharp text and images.

The HP SmartStream Production Elite Print Server is a highly scalable server-based Digital Front End that rasterizes incoming artwork files and delivers data to the press in real time.

The pre-coater applies HP Priming Agent to the paper as a flood coat before printing. HP’s Priming Agent is an aqueous solution that ensures optimal print quality across a wide range of paper.

With print speeds up to 183m (600ft) per minute on 1.06m (42in) wide paper, the press can print on coated and uncoated papers ranging from 80 to 350 gsm, with a maximum caliper of 18 points.

The web is rewound onto reels, which can measure up to 60 inches diameter, for downstream roll-red processing.

After the moisturizer, a festoon system called the web extender allows time for adequate moisture absorption before rewinding the printed material.

The moisturizer replaces any moisture that is lost during the priming, printing, and varnishing drying processes, and helps restore the paper to its original characteristics.

Overprint varnish (OPV) is applied as a flood coat and is dried using an integrated dryer. OPV may protect the print and enhance its visual appearance.

The Inline Process Control System uses high-speed cameras to capture samples of printed output to monitor nozzle health and ensure top inkjet print quality.

After printing, the paper passes through three high-intensity dryer sections that use a combination of infrared light and forced air to enable the ink to dry on the paper.

The curved arch design provides tight control of the paper tension for accurate printing while maintaining a very small printhead-to-paper spacing to ensure clean, sharp text and images.

The HP SmartStream Production Elite Print Server is a highly scalable server-based Digital Front End that rasterizes incoming artwork files and delivers data to the press in real time.

The pre-coater applies HP Priming Agent to the paper as a flood coat before printing. HP’s Priming Agent is an aqueous solution that ensures optimal print quality across a wide range of paper.

With print speeds up to 183m (600ft) per minute on 1.06m (42in) wide paper, the press can print on coated and uncoated papers ranging from 80 to 350 gsm, with a maximum caliper of 18 points.

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End-to-End Solutions

Digital preprint

Preprint involves printing the top liner of a corrugated box in a roll-to-roll format before it is fed into the corrugator.

Thermal Inkjet

The thermal inkjet printheads on the T470S have 1200 nozzles per inch to help converters achieve offset quality, with sharp text and barcodes and smooth tone transitions.

HP A30 water-based inks

HP A30 water-based inks are 100% free of UV-reactive chemistries to meet brands’ packaging safety requirements for sensitive products with non-contact corrugated packaging.

The holistic corrugated workflow solution for converters seeking a smooth transition into digital.

Planning & Submission

Print Preparation & Prepress

Production & Conversion

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Print Beat

Gain visibility into press efficiency with real-time, data-driven insights to drive continuous improvement in print operations.

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Knowledge Zone

A searchable repository of technical, training, application, and marketing resources.

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Business Transformation
Services (BTS)

Achieve confidence in digital production from launch by aligning converters business goals with the digital adoption journey and building one plan to meet production and OEE targets.

Digital Pack

Digital Pack, in partnership with HP, is the world’s leading digital print corrugated supplier network providing greater speed, efficiency, and agility to global brands.

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Presses for Corrugated Packaging

Technology

Grow your packaging portfolio with proven technology and true water-based inks that open the door to new possibilities.

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Corrugated Packaging Applications

Expand into new applications to deliver more variety and more options with true water-based inks and offset quality.

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Sustainable Impact

Improve your sustainability offering to customers with a solution that reduces the environmental impact of printing.

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Disclaimers

  1. HP A30 Inks and A50 Bonding Agent were tested for Hazardous Air Pollutants, as defined in the Clean Air Act, per U.S. Environmental Protection Agency Method 311 (testing conducted in 2013) and none were detected.
  2. Primary and secondary, non-contact corrugated packaging, requiring no additional barriers; For more details on the appropriateness of these inks on specific packaging applications contact HP for documentation. HP water-based inks are 100% free of UV-reactive chemistries and comply with EU framework for food packaging, Nestlé guidelines and Swiss Ordinance.