heat from latex inkjet

FileJockey

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Anyone using a wide format latex inkjet printer that can comment on how much heat these put out into the room? These machines, especially the HP, use very high heat to dry the ink. I am wondering whether this affects the room temperature much. Seems like in full production mode it could be like working in a bakery.
 

Pxl

New member
Beside the heat, the smell of heated materials (especially the self adhesives) is smth to be considered. (user of a HP25500 here).
 

Seeking Knowledge

Well-known member
We have an LX 850 and during heavy production it does heat up our room a fair bit. Pxl is correct the smell of material can be strong. If you are looking to buy a Latex printer or have one and are just getting started, PM me, I can share with you our experiences.

SK
 

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