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„Bleed is missing...“

"Missing Bleed" OneVision Blog

... cries the prepress. The number of files with missing bleed increases. The following questions arise for the print service provider:

  • Can bleed be added with as little effort as possible in prepress?
  • Can the customer add the bleed himself? Can the customer be reached at all?
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The Road to Automation

In the last blog article, readers were asked to be brave and (further) automate their print production. It was layed out why a high degree of automation is a prerequisite for success - the WHY was being explained. This article now shows HOW to automate printing processes. We talked to two people whose daily business is about automating print productions ...

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Flexibility in the licensing of software solutions

Every company has its own workflows, its own guidelines, its own requirements. Flexibility in many aspects is required: in the composition of the software solution through a modular structure and, of course, in the licensing of the software solution. OneVision therefore offers different options of licensing software

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Why a RIP alone is not enough – Neither in book printing or in large format printing

A modern RIP can handle a lot of things: color management, Inksave, rotation, mirroring, cropping, page scaling, manual nesting, transparency processing, etc.

The question arises whether other software is necessary when all of the print-relevant file actions can be handled by the RIP. ...

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