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What a time to be in print!

I may be new to my role at OneVision, but not to printing. I started in a graphics department for a medium-sized web-printer while I was still in college. Electronic prepress didn’t exist, nor had the role of computers been defined. Customers would bring in their separated artwork; we’d shoot it and then plate and print it. We didn’t have to worry that the art wasn’t correct – we’d see it on the...

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Wonder Weapon Nesting and Step & Repeat

These two features help printers of all kinds: commercial printers printing business cards, book printers setting up yearbook columns, or label printers setting up layouts in the most efficient way possible to make the most of their sheet.

In a modern, flexible, and dynamically automated prepress workflow, three areas are of significant importance:

  • How does data get into the system and what...
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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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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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