High Definition Nozzle Architecture (HDNA) is HP’s latest inkjet printhead technology. By delivering 2400 nozzles per inch¹ and providing support for dual drop weight per color, these new printheads represent a breakthrough in the print quality and performance of HP PageWide Web Presses. Existing HP customers are invited to upgrade their current web presses to HDNA and benefit from these technical advancements and profit from the new functionality. Check with your account manager for more details.
Improved print quality
Enjoy best-in-class print quality, simply by upgrading your existing equipment. HDNA Quality mode with dual drop weight offers smoother transitions and color fills, enhanced shadow details, and more even skin tones.
Improved grain, smoother transitions and better detail.
Enriched image grain and smoother gray transitions.
Smooth color transitions with up to 7 levels of half-toning per color, as shown on right side of image.
HP PageWide Web Press next-generation technology
Take on more jobs and still meet extremely tight turnarounds, thanks to faster speeds—up to 1,000 feet (305 meters) per minute in mono and color Performance mode.
Meet short production windows, thanks to accelerated color print speeds. HDNA technology enables some of the most productive digital presses on the market, with up to 8x nozzle redundancy for reliable printing.
Address a broader range of applications, from general commercial printing to production mail and beyond, with a wide range of standard uncoated offset media with HP Bonding Agent and standard offset coated media with optional HP Priming Agent as well as inkjet media.
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