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Epson SurePress L4533AW vs. HP Indigo 6900

Epson SurePress L4533AW vs. HP Indigo 6900

Posted by BK on 19th Jun 2019

Epson and HP offer other models of their label presses. The Epson SurePress L4533AW and the HP Indigo 6900 are packed with features. Here’s how these two digital label presses compare.

Epson SurePress L4533AW HP Indigo 6900
Price range $276,795 Million dollar range
Technology Epson MicroPiezo Inkjet Technology HP Liquid Electrophotography
Ink type Epson SurePress AQ inks; industrial quality, water based, resin coated pigment ink system; Cyan, Magenta, Yellow, Black (Standard or Matte),

Orange, Green, White (L-4533AW)

HP Indigo ElectroInk; CMYK; IndiChrome 6- or 7-process color; additional process colors include 3 whites, fade resistant colors, florescent pink, silver, off-press spot inks, and invisible (security) inks
Media type 13.14-inch width; standard self-adhesive label stock and film (no pre-coating required); semi-gloss, gloss and matte

paper stock, clear and metallic films (L-4533AW), BOPP, PET, and Yupo

13.39-inch web width; label stock, paper, films, and paper board
Print quality 720 dpi 812 dpi
Color gamut Wide range of colors thanks to its 7-color ink set Supports PANTONE PLUS®, PANTONE MATCHING SYSTEM®, PANTONE Goe™
Speed 5 meters per minute (16 feet per minute) Up to 98 ft per min in 4-color mode
Press Dimensions 12.43' x 6.06' x 6.6' 19’ x 12.9’ x12.9’
Uses Prime labels and packaging; clear and metallized films; short- to mid-run production Labels, shrink sleeves, and packaging; large production runs
Best for Mid-sized manufacturers, commercial printing facilities, and converters Large manufacturers and converters with high volume requirements
Maintenance and operation In-line maintenance; simple, automated operation