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New SDP RIP v7.0 Improves the Performance of Mitsubishi Imaging Platesetters

Wednesday, January 04, 2006

Press release from the issuing company

Mitsubishi Imaging (MPM), Inc. has upgraded its SDP RIP software to improve prepress performance for users of its SDP-Eco1630 and SDP-Alpha 2500 platesetters. The SDP-Eco1630 is specially designed to run Mitsubishi’s Silver DigiPlate, the industry’s leading polyester CTP medium, while the SDP-Alpha 2500 is a violet metal platesetter. SDP RIP v7.0 delivers a number of new features and compatibility benefits to the polyester CTP workflow. It enhances throughput by increasing system speed and expediting file handling, while improving consistency and productivity. A new Font Emulation feature helps overcome delays during those times when a font is missing from a customer-supplied file. When activated, this advancement can make a typographically acceptable match to the missing font with no text overflow, while delivering acceptable character spacing, weight and width. The upgraded RIP also fully supports PDF version 1.5 as well as JPEG 2000, including optional contents, x-ref streams, compressed object streams and 16-bit images. “We want to make sure our customers can take advantage of the latest advancements in workflow technology,” says Frances Cicogna, Marketing Director of Graphic Arts Systems for Mitsubishi Imaging. “This latest version of SDP RIP makes CTP by Mitsubishi Imaging more productive than ever.”

 

 

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