GWG tests specs for sign printers

6th June 2019

The Ghent Workgroup, or GWG, has put together preflight specifications for the sign and display market and is now running a public beta testing program. This is aimed both at software vendors that want to prepare for standardized quality control and at end-users who can use the preflight profiles to improve their quality control.

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SAi turns to Artificial Intelligence for design

15th May 2019

SAi, the company behind the Flexi wide format workflow software, is working with Oxford University on a three-year research project to explore the possibility of developing an artificial intelligence software solution for the sign industry.

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Harlequin RIP updated to v12.1

13th May 2019

Global Graphics has updated its Harlequin RIP to Version 12.1 with a number of improvements, mainly aimed at the labels and packaging markets. This follows on from last year’s v12 release, which introduced support for PDF 2.0.

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Agfa updates Arkitex workflow

21st September 2015

Agfa has announced details of the latest version of its Arkitex Production workflow, used in newspaper prepress workflows. Its based on HTML5 meaning that the system can be accessed with full control from any computer platform that supports a browser. Continue reading “Agfa updates Arkitex workflow”

Heidelberg updates Prinect workflow

3rd September 2015

Heidelberg has added a number of new features to its Prinect workflow, including updating the Prinect Cockpit. This is said to be much simpler and more intuitive. Thus, the open job can now be displayed beside the job list and the job memo. Users can cast a quick and efficient glance at the job content, identify the correct job, and start processing it. Continue reading “Heidelberg updates Prinect workflow”