Inèdit Software presents neoStampa Delta, featuring a DTG mode and a new PDF print engine. The new release of Rip Software will feature a new engine for faster and more accurate PDF printing, a specific mode for DTG, and performance and color reproduction improvements.
Barcelona – On November 4th, Inèdit Software presented the new version of neoStampa Delta. They did it from a virtual event where the same creators of the software and several collaborators exposed the news of Rip Software, which aims to be a revolution in the digital printing sector.
Until now, neoStampa has been the reference Rip Software in digital textile printing, especially for the most demanding ones with color reproduction, achieving the maximum potential of their printers. With the Delta version, the company intends to go one step further and extend the scope of neoStampa to other sectors such as sports printing, film, ceramics, or DTG printing.
One of the main new features of neoStampa is the incorporation of a new PDF engine, the Mako® system from Global Graphics®, which enables any PDF/X standard file to be replicated, guaranteeing consistent results. In addition, we can see an improvement in performance, printing up to 5 times faster.
The incorporation of an improved PDF engine will allow Rip Software to be for the first time a perfect option for sectors such as sports design printing, advertising graphics printing, ceramics, film, among many others.
On the other hand, neoStampa Delta also includes the new DTG printing mode with which it will not only be possible to print directly to garment with better color results, but also to save up to 50% of white ink. neoStampa Delta includes a calibration wizard in just two steps and also a new white base adjustment under semi-transparent areas, which will allow the savings mentioned above.
Finally, neoStampa Delta has a new cost control system with which it will be possible to track jobs in real-time, knowing the meters printed, the speed, and the ink consumption, of all printers.
With the incorporation of all these innovations, Inèdit Software offers to the digital printing market a versatile version, with a multitude of applications, in order to obtain the best color reproduction of each print. neoStampa is compatible with more than 700 digital printers and every month they are offering new compatibilities to the market.
Inèdit Software has not yet revealed the release date of neoStampa Delta however, all the information is already available on its website, and there are also different ways of contacting those who want to try the software for free.
More information: https://www.inedit.com/en/neostampa-delta/.