Sawgrass updates sublimation design software

Sawgrass has updated its CreativeStudio Online Designer and Print and Color Manager software to offer better functionality, increased efficiency and new tools. The CreativeStudio software is part of the Virtuoso HD Product Decorating System and Sawgrass claims that it is the only online design software created for sublimation production.

Mike McEvoy, Sawgrass’ director of marketing communications, explained: “We worked closely with CreativeStudio users to determine which features and functions would be most helpful for their businesses.”

Amongst the new features are several enhancements to streamline workflow and productivity. These include options to conserve media with manual or automatic grouping of multiple jobs, an on-screen image scale indicator, easier file-to-print workflow and improved functionality with My Templates and My Images options.

In addition, Sawgrass has added support for more languages for CreativeStudio, which is now available in English, German, French, Italian, Japanese and Spanish.

CreativeStudio will also support VJ 628 printers using Dual CMYK, Pro Photo and Pro Photo XF inks. The CreativeStudio library will also gain templates and images for products up to 610 mm.




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