Fujifilm XMF gains Tilia Griffin layout

Fujifilm has signed an arrangement with Tilia Labs, which is based in Canada, to include the Tilia Griffin wide format automatic layout solution with its XMF workflow.

Fujifilm offers Tilia Griffin, an automated wide format layout program, as part of its XMF workflow.

Tilia Griffin automates the process of laying out jobs on a single sheet in order to maximise the printed area and minimise the substrate waste after cutting. The system is built around Tilia’s Phoenix nesting engine, which allows for true-shape, tightly nested layouts. It also offers barcode tracking, camera registration and grommet placement.

Sagen de Jonge, CEO of Tilia Labs explains: “Tilia Griffin’s workflow and design is so simple and intuitive even the most novice user can be up and running in no time. It features a modern, ultra-responsive interface, beautiful visuals, and an intuitive design and it’s designed to work well with virtually all printers and cutting tables. Any print shop creating layouts manually and struggling to meet deadlines or failing to maximise substrate usage will enjoy immediate benefits.”

XMF customers can buy the Tilia Griffin solution outright or as part of a rolling subscription.


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