Fiery software updated

EFI has updated its Fiery software and ProServer range of digital front ends for wide- and superwide-format inkjet printers.

The new Fiery software and Fiery proServer 6.2 boast faster performance for EFI Vutek printers, achieving average speed improvements of over 60% compared to previous versions. There are new printer drivers for Agfa, Canon, EFI, Epson, HP, Mimaki and OKI devices, bringing the total number of supported printers to more than 700 wide- and superwide-format models.

New finishing enhancements provide even smoother integration for cutters as well as faster and more flexible file processing on jobs that feature cut paths.

The new Fierys also enable users to establish end-to-end, automated production workflows that eliminate touch points while improving speed and accuracy. The Fierys also include a JDF link to give information about the printer status, job status and consumables usage to EFI’s Midmarket Productivity Suite MIS workflow as well as to EFI Digital StoreFront Web-to-print software.

The 6.2 update is free of charge for existing users with a service agreement. For more information about EFI Fiery products for wide- and superwide-format inkjet printing, visit www.efi.com.


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