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ORIS Color Communication Graph Expo Overview

Friday, August 18, 2006

Press release from the issuing company

Minneapolis (August 16, 2006) – CGS Publishing Technologies International (Booth 4835) will be showing their unique, comprehensive color workflow at this year’s Graph Expo in Chicago. Unlike traditional inkjet proofing offerings, ORIS provides a complete range of color services, using a unified approach to all types of color output. Agencies, designers and publishers have begun to favor ORIS Soft Proof as a superior virtual proofing and collaboration environment – not only because of its absence of “per-click” charges, but also because of its integration with hard copy and remote proofing, via ORIS Color Tuner, which placed in the highest overall category at this year’s IPA Proofing RoundUP. Printers have also gravitated towards the ORIS solution, in part due to its extreme ease of use and automation, as well as advanced features such as ORIS ScreenDot Plus halftone proofing. Color verification of proofs, monitors and press sheets will be on display, using the latest version of ORIS Certified Proof. The entire color workflow process can now be controlled via a secure web connection, using ORIS Color Server. Industry analysts at Ipex quickly recognized that the ORIS approach would easily reduce production cycles by 2-3 days. Also driven by web-based job tickets are CGS’ color workflow modules, including ORIS Press Matcher, for controlling color output on digital presses, wide format devices and conventional CTP, as well as ORIS Ink Saver, for automatic ink optimization in gravure and offset environments. The Whole Package In addition to ORIS offerings for commercial and publication printers, packaging applications will be featured at the CGS booth. New color-accurate proofing for flexographic printing on clear shrink-wrap substrates, using UV technology from Mimaki, will present packaging printers with a broad range of cost-effective tools for simulating package design. CGS’ integrated proofing for the packaging industry, using multi-channel ICC profiles and high-end halftone screening, will also be shown. At the show, CGS will also announce new technology development and sales partnerships with several major players in the graphic arts market.

 

 

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