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1 Scratch-resistance comparison based on testing third-generation HP Latex Inks and representative hard-solvent inks. Estimates by HP Image Permanence Lab on a range of media.
2 HP image permanence estimates by HP Image Permanence Lab. Outdoor display permanence tested according to SAE J2527 on a range of media, including HP media; in a vertical display orientation in simulated nominal outdoor display conditions for select high and low climates, including exposure to direct sunlight and water; performance may vary as environmental conditions change. Laminated display permanence using HP Clear Gloss Cast Overlaminate, GBC clear gloss 1.7 mil hot laminate, or Neschen Solvoprint Performance Clear 80 laminate. Results may vary based on specific media performance.
3 The digital HP Latex Printing Solution for regulated traffic signage is limited to black only.
4 Performance may vary depending on media—for more information, see hp.com/go/mediasolutionslocator or consult your media supplier for compatibility details. For best results, use textiles that do not stretch. Performance varies by printer. HP Latex 360, 370, and 850 Printers include an ink collector for printing on porous textiles. The HP Latex 3000 series printers require the optional ink collector for porous textiles. For all other HP Latex printers, print on media that does not let the ink trespass onto the printer.
5 Requires an HP WallArt account, Internet connection, and connected Internet-capable device. For more information, see hpwallart.com.
6 Based on internal testing completed in January, 2014 comparing the HP Latex 330 Printer with a single print-and-cut eco-solvent solution. Print files for wall decals do not include contour cut lines or cut marks.