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ONYX Graphics Adds Support for Roland VersaCAMM VP-300 and VP-540 Eco-solvent Inkjet Printer/Cutters

Friday, June 08, 2007

Press release from the issuing company

SALT LAKE CITY, June 7 -- ONYX Graphics, Inc. today announced it has added support for the recently introduced Roland VersaCAMM VP-300 and VP-540 inkjet printer/cutters. Drivers for these printers are available for use with ONYX ProductionHouse, ONYX PosterShop, and ONYX RIPCenter Version 7 Workflow Solutions software products. ONYX software solutions include key features such as PANTONE Spot Color Matching and Contour Cutting Workflow and Automatic Job Nesting, which enhance the performance capabilities of the Roland VersaCAMM printers.

The Roland VersaCAMM VP-300 (30-inch) and VP-540 (54-inch) printers use eco-solvent inks to print and contour-cut four color (CMYK) signs, banners, billboards, point-of-purchase displays, labels, decals, vehicle and floor graphics, heat transfers for apparel and more. ONYX has developed the Roland VersaCAMM drivers and profiles to operate the printers at top image quality and print speed capabilities. The ONYX drivers also include support for other Roland VersaCAMM features including high resolution printing up to 1440 dpi, one-step immediate print and cut, and print now / cut later functions.

The driver includes 11 profiles supporting a variety of media and ink configurations for all Roland VersaCAMM eco-solvent inkjet printer/cutter models. The ONYX drivers and profiles are available now on the ONYX website at www.onyxgfx.net.

Availability

Roland VersaCAMM printer drivers are included in all standard Version 7 ONYX ProductionHouse, ONYX PosterShop and RIPCenter software packages. For more information, locate an authorized ONYX Authorized Reseller by visiting www.onyxgfx.com or call 800-828-0723 (international +1-801-954-5380).

 

 

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Richard Romano, Section Editor/Senior Analyst
Richard has written about communication, graphics hardware and software trends for the past 15 years.

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