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Barbieri electronic announces additional RIP support

Tuesday, September 14, 2010

Press release from the issuing company

Barbieri electronic has announced new additions to the portfolio of RIPs supported by the Italian company's color management and digital imaging products. The highly regarded Spectro LFP Series 3 and Spectro Swing Series 2 spectrophotometers can now benefit users of Mimaki, Roland and Agfa printers, as well as those working with Four Pees' ProofMaster and PrintFactory.

Additional support will be implemented in the near future by Barbieri electronic to include CadLink's Signlab in the wide-format sector, plus Amica's ColorPrint, Serendipity Software and Inedit's Nèostampa as well as EskoArtwork's Color Engine Pilot. These solutions will bring increased user benefits to all digital print companies who want to save time and increase throughput by optimizing their color accuracy and profiling.

Barbieri electronic's families of spectrophotometers are designed to be cost-effective and easy to use, enabling users to profile their output devices efficiently and accurately for consistent results on all materials. By being able to measure flexible and rigid materials, including options which handle transparent and reflective media, users can create their own linearization and ICC profiles and fine-tune their results to effect ink savings whilst maintaining full color integrity.

Amongst the extensive list of existing RIPs already supported by Barbieri electronic in the wide-format market are Caldera's Linux-based products, ColorGate ProductionServer, EFI Fiery XF and eXpress, GMG's ColorServer, Mimaki's RasterLink, Roland's VersaWorks and Wasatch SoftRIP.

 

 

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