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Transfer Software Enables Large-Format Designs Using Small A4/Letter and A3/Tabloid Printers

Monday, February 12, 2018

Intelligent Color presents IC Split as Stand-alone and with TransferRIP

Dinkelsbuehl, Germany – Intelligent Color (IC), software manufacturer from Dinkelsbuehl/Germany, presents »IC Split« a powerful tool that enables A4/Letter or A3/Tabloid printers to make large format designs in the formats A3/Tabloid, A2/Tabloid “extra plus” and larger, as for special widths and lenghts.

The Software Solution IC Split

IC Split is a software that enables A4/Letter or A3/Tabloid printers to make transfers in formats up to DIN A2 or special widths and lengths. The solutions makes it possible to easily produce DIN A3 format and larger using a DIN A4/Letter printer or DIN A2/Tabloid “extra plus” format and larger using a DIN A3/Tabloid printer with just a few mouse clicks.

The self-explanatory software simply divides – depending on the format required – the print image into two, three or more parts which are later reassembled on the carrier fabric to form the large design.

With just a few mouse clicks IC Split generates a dividing line in the motif that automatically and abstractly places itself in the edges of the area to be divided. The resulting line shape is invisible after transferring the print to the the textile. The lines are not visible with the naked eye.

The IC-Split software recognizes individual colors in the image and automatically creates the cutting pattern for bright surfaces in white and light, for dark surfaces in black and dark areas. The result is an interleaved cutting path, which will be invisible on the textile. The printed image appears as a whole.

IC Split is integrated into TransferRIP and also offered as a stand-alone software solution. IC Split will be available in February 2018 for Mac and Windows.

Worldwide sales of IC Split will take place in cooperation with their partner Forever GmbH from Heddesheim, Germany who will be completing the solution with the appropriate transfer media.