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Mitsubishi inkjet papers certified for HP PageWide web press systems

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HP PageWide roll-to-roll presses are available for high-quality inkjet printing with offset quality.  Mitsubishi HiTec Paper’s excellent printing results have again been confirmed: the HP test centre in Oregon has certified Mitsubishi's inkjet papers from the JETSCRIPT DL 84 series on the HP PageWide web press systems.

Posters printed on Mitsubishi inkjet paper jetscript DL 2284 with a HP PageWide web press T490 HD.Posters printed on Mitsubishi inkjet paper jetscript DL 2284 with a HP PageWide web press T490 HD.

JETSCRIPT DL 84 inkjet paper series is a double-sided matt coated product range with grammages from 89 to 248 gsm. The series offers excellent image quality for a wide variety of printing applications, such as personalized customer communications, target group-specific designed books, posters and greeting cards.

"Our special colour receiver layer applied to the DL 84 series allows not only a quality print without pre-treatment on the HP PageWide web press, but also achieves a large colour space (> 250,000 CIE lab units) and offers an excellent print and image quality" says Monika Stubbe, Head of Sales Inkjet Papers, Mitsubishi HiTec Paper.

Mitsubishi HiTec Paper Europe GmbH is a German subsidiary of Mitsubishi Paper Mills Ltd., Japan, one of the world's leading manufacturers of specialty paper. The roughly 700 employees at Mitsubishi HiTec Paper produce high-quality direct thermal, inkjet, carbonless, label and barrier papers at two tradition-rich locations in Bielefeld and Flensburg.

Each factory stands out for own base paper production, state-of-the-art production machinery and innovative coating technologies. Through its dense global sales network, Mitsubishi HiTec Paper supplies a full range of specialty papers featuring a modular system for every application and printing technology – and is a highly capable partner whenever customized coated paper solutions are required.

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