CGS Adds Support for Hewlett-Packard DesignJet 10/20ps Printers
Press release from the issuing company
Newly certified HP devices augment SWOP certified proofing environment
MINNEAPOLIS, Minn. (July 31, 2002) – CGS Publishing Technologies International, manufacturers of the ORIS Digital Proofing System, today announced the addition of the newly SWOP certified HP DesignJet 10/20ps table-top printers to its growing family of supported inkjet proofing devices. The ORIS Digital Proofing System was the first SWOP certified drop-on-demand ink jet proofing environment, receiving its certification in March this year.
"We are especially pleased that the HP printers have been awarded SWOP certification," said Trevor Haworth, CGS President & CEO. "A wide range of SWOP certified devices, at various price levels, can only help broaden the acceptance of economical ink jet printing."
ORIS Color Tuner software, driving any ink jet printer, provides the exact degree of color controls required to enable the customer to perfectly match the printing press. The system also includes selective color controls, for the fine tuning of individual CMYK and spot colors, easy printer linearization and fully automatic color calibration. The net result adds up to fast and accurate color matching.
The ORIS Digital Proofing System already includes full support for Epson Stylus Pro models 5000, 5500, 7000, 7500, 9000, 9500 and 10000. All devices incorporate the CGS six-color ink set, which provides a high degree of fidelity and reliability.
CGS Publishing Technologies International GmbH, Hainburg, Germany, established in 1985, manufactures software productivity and color management solutions for the professional graphics arts market. Headquartered near Frankfurt, CGS has operations in the US and Canada and sales partners in all major countries. Further information and demonstration releases of all of the products can be found on our web site www.cgsusa.com.
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