Now Selling From Global Office Machines New HP DesignJet XL 3600 36 Inch Multifunction Printer (6KD26A) In Australia

August 13, 2019 - /PressAdvantage/ - Just announced by Global Office Machines, Australia: they are now selling the new HP DesignJet XL 3600 36-inch Dual Roll PostScript Multifunction Printer (6KD26A). This is a 36-inch width printer with the fastest page out compared to similar machines on the market. It allows users to easily digitise their projects with user-centric quicksets, automated scanning, and post-editing capabilities. More information about this printer can be found at: https://gom.com.au/hp-designjet-xl-3600-36-inch-dual-roll-postscript-multifunction-printer-6kd26a/.

“With the HP DesignJet XL 3600 36-inch Dual Roll PostScript Multifunction Printer, you will experience a new standard with the most immediate and robust MFP in the market. As Australia’s Largest HP DesignJet Partner, we are the first company in Australia to have this machine set up and available for viewing. Come visit our demo centre today!” says James, Product Manager for Global Office Machines.

With regards to speed, the printer is capable of delivering A1 prints in 19 seconds. Its scan speed for monochromatic images is up to 25.4 cm per second while its scan speed for colour images is up 7.62 cm per second. When copying, its speed is up to 15. 24 cm per second for colour images and up to 25.4 cm per second for mono images. It has a variety of inks, particularly matte black, photo black, grey, cyan, magenta, and yellow. It can accommodate paper sizes from 210 mm to 914 mm.

Being an HP Certified Premier Partner and winner of the HP DesignJet Partner of the Year 2016 + 2017 and 2018 finalist, Global Office Machines offers laser printers, multifunction printers, wide format printers, and A3 + A4 photocopiers from HP. Specifically, they offer same day onsite service, competitive rental and leasing plans, and one-stop shop service.

The HP DesignJet XL 3600 is a technical plotter and the company also offers other kinds of technical plotters for those who have other needs. These include the HP DesignJet T1700 44-inch PostScript Printer, HP DesignJet T830 24-inch Multifunction Printer, HP DesignJet T2600 36-inch PostScript Multifunction Printer, and the HP DesignJet T830 36-inch Multifunction Printer.

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Global Office Machines also offers HP laser printers. These include the HP LaserJet Pro M479fdw Colour A4 Multifunction Printer and HP LaserJet Pro M428FDW Mono A4 Multifunction Printer.

For those who prefer to have photocopiers, the company offers a number of options. These include machines from the HP A3 Managed Photocopier range such as the HP Colour LaserJet Managed E77822, E77825, E77830 and the high volume selection HP Colour LaserJet Managed E87640, E87650 and E87660. They also provide brands other than HP and these include the Develop ineo+ 368 Colour A3 Photocopier, the Samsung MultiXpress Series X7600GX Colour Multifunction Printer, and the Samsung MultiXpress X4300LX Colour Multifunction Printer.

For graphic plotters, Global Office Machines also offers a number of options. These include the HP DesignJet Z9+ 44-inch PostScript Printer with Vertical Trimmer, HP DesignJet Z9+ 24-inch PostScript Printer, HP DesignJet Z6 44-inch PostScript Printer with Vertical Trimmer and HP DesignJet Z6 24-inch PostScript Printer.

The company also offers wide format paper, including the A0 Bond Paper GOM 80Gsm 841mm X 50M - 4 rolls, the A1 Bond Paper HP 80GSM plus many more sizes and media types.

Global Office Machines does not only offer product sales they also offer repairs and services, managed print services, rental and leasing services, supplies, and corporate services. They can supply various printer consumables, including toners, wide format paper, wide format ink, print heads, and ink.

With regards to their managed print services, they will first conduct an evaluation of the client’s business situation in order to fully understand the present and future printing needs and discover if there are any workflow challenges that have to be surmounted. They will then develop and present a strategy for the specific requirements of the client.

Global Office Machines was established in 1996 to fill the gap in the market for onsite printer repairs and it has gained the distinction of being an HP Certified Premier Partner. The company is 100% Australian owned and operated and has since evolved into an industry leader and front runner in offering excellent customer service. They have also been recognised as a preferred national supplier for businesses, state and federal governments, small and medium-sized enterprises, education, and large enterprises.

People who would like more information about the XL 3600 printer and other products on offer from Global Office Machines can check out their website at: https://gom.com.au/, or contact by phone 1300 882 852.

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For more information about Global Office Machines, contact the company here:

Global Office Machines
Andy - Service Director
1300 882 852
service@gom.com.au
Suite 4, 181 Macquarie Street, Parramatta NSW 2150

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