Imation Introduces Matchprint Professional Server V2.0 for Docucolor 12 Printers
Press release from the issuing company
OAKDALE, Minn. (September 6, 2001) Advancing the color capabilities of its customers' digital printing and proofing workflows, Imation Corp. today announced version 2.0 of its Matchprint? Professional Server software. Imation Matchprint Professional Server V2.0 software adds support for the Xerox DocuColor 12 LP (laser printer) and offers more flexible calibration using an optional scanning spectrophotometer.
In addition, the new version incorporates the image quality and productivity improvements of V1.2 released in August. The upgraded Matchprint Professional Server V2.0 software enhances output flexibility and speed for content creators, prepress and print professionals. Combining the imaging strength of the DocuColor 12 with the color management and throughput of the Imation color raster image processor (RIP), the system produces high-quality comps, proofs and prints -- consistently and accurately. Simulating Imation industry-standard Matchprint color proofing system or their own ICC-specified color targets, the Matchprint Professional Server and Xerox DocuColor 12 compliment the versatility and needs of each customer's workflow.
New features for Matchprint Professional Server software v2.0 include:
More Flexible Calibration: The ability to calibrate the DocuColor 12
printer/copier and DocuColor 12 LP (laser printer), using a fast and
accurate Spectrostar Spectrocam scanning spectrophotometer.
Improved Black Channel Printing: The ability to deliver single color
black printing in text and image areas within color documents.
Grayscale Printing: The ability to deliver black-only printing at or near
rated engine speeds ? improving printer productivity.
DCS 2 Support: The ability to print DCS 2 single part files using hot
folders or spoolers, enabling a faster and easier proofing process.
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