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Contra Vision introduces free print profiles for HP Latex

By popular demand, Contra Vision – distributed in Australia and New Zealand by Starleaton – also Spandex - has added new HP Latex profiles for its range of Contra Vision perforated one-way window films.

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 “After being asked numerous times by customers for print profiles, Contra Vision has now released a range for HP Latex Printers," the UK-based company said. “Contra Vision is pleased to announce that the new ICC profile library is now available on our website.

“The series of specialised ICC profiles were created with the unique printing characteristics and performance-enhancing features of their perforated window film in mind. HP Latex users will notice a difference in the quality and ease of operation when printing perforated window film using these profiles.”

Nick Rigg, product manager, Contra Vision, said: “We’re very excited to be able to offer these new HP profiles for our range of Contra Vision perforated window film, they’ll help give our customers even better print quality and consistency every time they print Contra Vision.”

contravision logo 480There are multiple ways to access the print profiles. Firstly, by registering to download the profiles on the Contra Vision website, from here you can search or filter to find the profile needed. You can also use the online search function of your internet-connected HP printer and search for Contra Vision, then select the profiles you need from those displayed.

“For customers using printers other than a HP Latex, you will be pleased to hear that Contra Vision will be releasing further profiles soon,” the company said. “In the meantime, printers can visit our Technical Hub for advice that will help them achieve class-leading results using Contra Vision Perforated Window Films.”