EFI improves label press, optimises Radius

EFI has shown an updated version of the Jetrion 4950LX, which it formally launched at last year’s European Label Expo show. This now gains white ink and a faster, 60 mpm speed. It was shown at the North American label show as part of a fully in-line LED inkjet digital printing system with flexo varnish, lamination, in-line laser cutting and slitting for lean label production.

EFI has also optimized its Radius ERP software, adding PrintFlow Dynamic Scheduling, creates an optimized schedule for the entire company and each machine based on constraints such as workload, job characteristics, work center capabilities, and delivery priorities.

Other enhancements to the Radius platform include mobility features for sales and management personnel using EFI’s award-winning CRM software. Plus, a Radius web portal further simplifies order entry by extending capabilities to the end customer. The streamlined Radius business workflow now extends to shipping and fulfillment with integrated connectivity to EFI SmartLinc multi-carrier shipping software.



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