Fiery releases new Digital Factory version

Digital front-end expertise supplier Fiery has launched the newest model of its Digital Manufacturing facility RIP software program, geared toward making it simpler to create personalised, customised, and different speciality manufacturing merchandise with “excellent color accuracy”.

Digital Manufacturing facility v11.1 will drive “just about all” direct-to-film (DTF), direct-to-garment (DTG), sublimation, UV, toner switch, and wide-format print and reduce units.

Fiery mentioned new capabilities embody improved usability, organisation and structure, with a brand new interface that gives clear navigation and user-friendly controls. Queue Teams, for instance, can now be created with a single icon click on with drag and drop options, permitting each queues or group tabs to be rapidly reordered for improved organisation and structure.

Digital Manufacturing facility additionally now supplies true form nesting, permitting for extra environment friendly use of areas or gaps when nesting print and reduce designs, and decreasing materials utilization.

Lastly, new icons, settings menu, and picture scaling are mentioned to make it simpler for operators to rapidly see manufacturing suggestions and what has been processed.

“Clients count on high quality, accuracy, and pace relating to direct-to-film and specialty print functions, and no different software program RIP combines color accuracy with machine help like Digital Manufacturing facility,” mentioned John Henze, vice chairman of gross sales and advertising and marketing at Fiery.

“Collaborating with our in depth buyer base, we developed a next-generation interface with the person in thoughts. With this newest replace to Digital Manufacturing facility, companies of all sizes can rapidly discover the fitting instruments and dial within the excellent settings to attain environment friendly, high-volume manufacturing with the best doable high quality.”

Out there instantly, Digital Manufacturing facility v11.1 will likely be showcased on the Fiery sales space at Printing United in Atlanta from 18-20 October.

Fiery turned an unbiased enterprise earlier this 12 months after separating from EFI, whereas remaining owned by EFI’s proprietor Siris Capital Group.

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