A newly donated HP Designjet Z3200 goes to RMIT Melbourne's Graphic Technology School.

This week Shane Lucas Director HP Graphic Arts South Pacific undertook a tour of the RMIT Brunswick Campus where the newly donated HP Designjet Z3200 is housed in the Graphic Technology School. 


 Shane Lucas (left) with Robert Black

Robert Black Director International Centre of Graphic Technology School of Design (TAFE) RMIT University said he was delighted with the continued support that HP has shown RMIT over the years.
“We are committed to expanding our digital printing teaching capabilities and remaining at the forefront of education in this sector. Donations like this assist us in meeting that mandate and ensuring both our teaching staff and our students get to work with industry standard equipment and technology. We are extremely pleased with the addition of a new HP Designjet photo printer to the mix and extend our sincere thanks to HP for their support.”
Shane Lucas said, “It is tremendous to see the commitment of the industry as a whole to support RMIT and the practitioners of tomorrow. It is important that students gain an understanding of the entire digital workflow process.  The HP Designjet Z3200 printer will assist them in proofing with the HP Indigo 5500 that was donated earlier this year by Currie Group, and in also generating high quality photo and display prints”.


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