The HP Designjet Z3100 Large Format Printer has an embedded spectrophotometer for exceptional quality and colour accuracy and uses a full 12 colour inkset to create a breathtaking gamut of vivid and lifelike colours, rich blacks and true neutral greys. Using inks including light grey, blue, green and red, the HP Designjet Z3100 is the ultimate in flexibility and reliability, allowing you to achieve professional results on any commercially available paper.
The Vivera ink difference
Original HP Vivera inks are precision formulated and rigorously tested to produce exceptional results print after print. Using innovative HP Electrosteric Encapsulation Technology you can protect your investment in your HP Designjet Z3100 by using inks that are free-flowing and won't clog the print head. With display permanence of 200 years, prints produced with these durable waterproof inks are suitable for a wide range of applications from POS posters to backlit designs and highly accurate maps. The outstanding colour accuracy of the 12 colour inkset translates into deep and rich blacks, truly neutral greys and eye-catching and realistic colour, with a professional gloss finish, whatever media you use.
Why HP inks make a difference
Don't assume that all printer inks are the same and that you'll get the same outstanding quality and reliability from cheaper aftermarket alternatives as you will from genuine HP Vivera ink cartridges. You won't, and if your business relies on high quality products delivered on time you could be risking your reputation with non-genuine inks. Don't pay the hidden costs of third-party consumables in unsaleable prints and lost productivity, invest in inks that protect your printer and your business.
HP Planet Partners
Over 75% of genuine HP printer ink cartridges are manufactured from closed-loop recycled plastic. You can print responsibly with HP by returning end of life consumables for recycling through the HP Planet Partners global no waste to landfill programme.
*Page yields are declared by the manufacturer in accordance with ISO/IEC standards or occasionally estimated based on 5% per page coverage. Yields will vary greatly depending on image, area coverage, print mode and environmental conditions.