Abbott is excited to introduce our new HP Indigo WS6600 Digital Printing and Finishing System. We can help you grow your business with the amazing efficiency and versatility of our HP INDIGO Press. This press is the most cost-effective, high quality, narrow-web printing solution in the industry for custom labels. From pressure sensitive stocks to flexible packaging, the HP INDIGO offers the best solution for a wide array of applications.
Just look at the capabilities we now offer!
- Print 1 to 50,000 feet
- Proofs printed directly on the Substrate
- Run multiple SKUs together
- Just-in-time Delivery
- Print Variable Content – each label can be unique!
- 175 Line Screen
- Substrate thickness: 0.5 to 18 pt (12 to 450 microns)
- Substrate types: pressure -sensitive label stock, paperboard, and unsupported films
- Web width: Maximum width: 13″ Minimum width: 8″
- ILP – Inline Priming Unit: This allows us to coat unique materials as well as standard materials in line. This means that we don’t need to order or inventory special materials exclusively for the HP Indigo. In doing so, we have shorter lead times, and maintain lower inventories. More importantly, we can purchase our label materials at a lower cost. And at Abbott Label, we always pass the savings on to you!
- HP Indigo ElectroInks
- Standard 4 color process printing: Cyan, Magenta, Yellow and Black.
- 5 -color printing: Cyan, Magenta, Yellow, Black and WHITE
- HP IndiChrome 6-color printing: Cyan, Magenta, Yellow, Black, plus ORANGE and VIOLET
- HP IndiChrome Plus: 7-color printing, Cyan, Magenta, Yellow, Black, plus ORANGE, VIOLET and GREEN
Delta Finishing Unit
This servo – driven finishing unit can add varnishes or laminates and then die cut your custom labels faster and more accurately than typical laser die cutting systems.
Extended Gamut Printing
Adding Violet, Orange and Green to CMYK extends the color gamut which will increase matching spot PMS colors.
One Shot Color Technology!
Achieve accurate and repeatable high-quality color printing for your custom labels. All color separations are laid down simultaneously in a single pass on the substrate, creating perfect color-to-color registration – even on heat-sensitive materials.