Nulab on Indigo tour

Nulab ‘the first professional photo lab in the world to launch a full silver halide replacement technology based on the HP Indigo 7600’, is showing the results of that technology in a 6-city roadshow across Australia and New Zealand, starting August 18 in Melbourne.

Nulab1Nulab recently replaced a large fleet of Fujifilm Frontier minilabs with two HP7600s digital presses.

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In addition to a display of the Indigo 7600’s range of compatible substrates and special features, attendees will take home a sample product kit valued at $400 and an additional voucher valued at $150 to make a sample album using their own images.

Nulab says image quality from its Indigo 7600s is comparable to silver halide, and its advantages include ‘new products that have never been seen in the photo industry’: print to 6 standard surfaces; white ink on black paper; clear ink; embossing; sleeking; gold and silver foil;and raised printing.

It also claims HP Indigo prints are longer-lasting, and notes that all prints come with free lamination.

Dates are:
Melbourne, August 18; Adelaide, August 21; Perth, August 25; Brisbane, August 28; Sydney, September 1; Auckland, September 23.

There are three 2-hour sessions daily, starting at 10am, 2pm and 7pm

To register, click here.


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