Save an EXTRA $3,000 on the purchase of a HP Latex 365 Printer when you trade in an eligible L2 Series HP Latex printer from June 1 through August 31, 2020.
Own a Qualifying L2 Series HP Latex Printer
Qualifying Trade-In: Buy a HP Latex 365 Printer
How to Claim: Rebate on Qualifying Purchases (1)(2)
(1) Purchase or Lease an HP Latex 365 Printer from June 1 – August 31, 2020. Contact Davinci Technologies for claim instructions. Valid claims must include proof of purchase and the submission of the corresponding serial board. This promotion may not be combined with any other offers.(2) – 365 CITU Rebate may be combined with the August Instant Rebates but not the August 2020 Event LOI Rebate on the HP Latex 365
*Instant Rebate will be provided upfront on all eligible units purchased from September 1, 2020 and September 30, 2020. **LOI Claims – Purchase an eligible HP Latex printer from September 1 – September 30, 2020. Basic Onsite HP Install & Training for 300 Series Printers is $295. Basic Onsite HP Install & Training for 300 Print & Cut Series Bundles is $395.
DaVinci Technologies is your premier USA distributor for the revolutionary new line-up of HP Latex Printers. Unlike any other wide format printer in the industry, the reinvented line of HP Latex Printers offer a long list of cost and time-saving technologies.
HP Latex printer solutions are capable of printing on more substrates than ever before for an extensive range of applications to diversify your offerings and multiply your offerings. Discover the profitable textile, wallcovering and canvas printing business. HP Latex printers can open new doors for your business, whether your goal is to cut costs or crush the completion. HP Latex printers offer the ability to print on a variety of substrates and applications, including those listed below.
Meet the New HP Latex 300 Series
HP Latex 315
Huge versatility in tight spaces with this affordable printer.
(54-in) Max Roll Width | RIP Included | 4in Touchscreen
Compact design ideal for smaller work spaces
Print speeds up to 517 sq ft/hr (174 sq ft/hr Outdoor Plus Quality)
1 UL ECOLOGO® Certification to UL 2801 demonstrates that an ink meets a range of stringent criteria related to human health and environmental considerations (www.ul.com/EL)
2 UL GREENGUARD GOLD Certification to UL 2818 demonstrates that products are certified to UL’s GREENGUARD standards for low chemical emissions into indoor air during product usage. For more information, visit www.ul.com/gg or greenguard.org.
All HP Latex 831 printing supplies—including ink cartridges, printheads, and maintenance supplies as well as HP 881 Latex Printheads are recyclable through the HP Planet Partners program.1 For more information, visit: hp.com/recycle
HP 831 Latex Inks have been assessed for applications in schools, hospitals, and other living areas and are UL GREENGUARD GOLD Certified to standards for low chemical emissions into indoor air during product usage
Additionally, no special ventilation is required with HP Latex Inks.2 HP Latex Inks have no hazard warning labels, contain no Hazardous Air Pollutants (HAPs)3, are non-flammable and non-combustible,4 and are nickel-free.5 HP Latex Inks allow print service providers to produce odorless prints for indoor display in sensitive environments such as hospitality and healthcare.
1 Visit hp.com/recycle to see how to participate and for HP Planet Partners program availability; program may not be available in your area. Where this program is not available, and for other consumables not included in the program, consult your local waste authorities on appropriate disposal.
2 Special ventilation equipment (air filtration) is not required to meet U.S. OSHA requirements. Special ventilation equipment installation is at the discretion of the customer—see the Site Preparation Guide for details. Customers should consult state and local requirements and regulations.
3 HP Latex Inks were tested for Hazardous Air Pollutants, as defined in the Clean Air Act, per U.S. Environmental Protection Agency Method 311 (testing conducted in 2013) and none were detected.