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ONYX Software Certified for HP Stitch Textile Printers

Wednesday, August 14, 2019

Press release from the issuing company

Strengthening the marketplace for excellence in textile and soft-signage printing

Salt Lake City, Utah – Onyx Graphics, Inc., a leading software solution provider for the wide-format printing industry celebrating 30 years of innovation throughout 2019, announced today that its ONYX software is certified for the HP Stitch textile printer line. The HP Stitch S Printer Series is the first widely available textile-focused printing solution developed by HP.

HP’s RIP certification program defines a comprehensive set of integration, compatibility and performance criteria aligned to the highest performance standards and the unique capabilities of HP printing technologies. The HP Stitch Certification is a process to differentiate HP partners that demonstrate conformance to these criteria in order to receive HP Stitch Certification status.

For the new HP Stitch S Series, Onyx Graphics designed the driver to include functionality for both direct-to-fabric printing and dye sublimation transfer using paper or film. In addition, the ONYX driver provides a custom ICC build option preset specific to the HP Stitch printers as well as ONYX QuickSet options to simplify managing textile and dye sublimation workflows. Combined with ONYX iccMAX v5 profiling found only in ONYX 19, users of the HP Stitch S300 and S500 printers have an easy way to achieve superior and consistent color across their entire print production environment, as well as a simple way to automate complete textile print workflows.

“ONYX software certification by HP and its integration with HP’s first-ever textile printer defines quality and color for textile and soft-signage print applications,” said Bryan Manwaring, Director of Product Marketing at Onyx Graphics, Inc. “HP Stitch S Series customers utilizing ONYX software profiling and color tools can feel confident in delivering fast, consistent quality output that can be automated at the click of a button.”

About the HP Stitch S Series printers
According to HP, the company’s HP Stitch S Series re-invents dye sublimation printing with a portfolio of digital textile printers that deliver fast, precise color matching, alongside efficient, simplified processes. It is HP’s latest innovation designed to accelerate commercial digital print adoption. The HP Stitch S300 printer holds the first user-replaceable printhead, resulting in reduced downtime and service costs. The HP Stitch S500 printer enables predictable dye sublimation color and less media waste for production environments.

About ONYX 19 software
ONYX 19 software is the newest version release of the company’s award-winning wide- and grand-format software that became globally available in July 2019. Introducing the Spark Engine and DeviceLink+, ONYX 19 brings new cutting-edge technologies so print service providers can go bigger, bolder and beyond the limitations of wide-format print for all print applications including soft signage and textile. The Spark Engine is a new performance platform bringing RIP speed increases up to 400 percent and printer performance increases up to 200 percent. DeviceLink+ is an all-new system of easy-to-use color management controls to achieve consistent color across an entire site without the need to read in new swatches or use a color measurement device. ONYX 19 is available to all ONYX Advantage program customers, by simply requesting a key update. The ONYX Advantage program gives ONYX software users an easy way to keep their software current and secure their investment. New customers should contact their local Authorized ONYX Reseller for information on purchasing or visit onyxgfx.com

 

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