2015/09/18

The best of AM and FM combined: HD image printing is finally a reality!

German software manufacturer OneVision has finally managed to do what offset and commercial printers have wanted for a long time: printing images that are even better than FM quality while only worrying about the cost and effort for AM.

With its RIP software PlugRASTER-HDin, OneVision now lets its customers print in photo quality. The name of the product says it all: Screening in HD quality – With PlugRASTER-HDin, you attain significantly higher color stability with perfectly homogeneous fills, and the smoothest of blends with brilliant shades of color. The basis for this revolutionary development is the homogeneous HD raster technology. It combines the best of AM and FM, so it can show even the tiniest details like skin, hair, and even vegetation perfectly.

The advantages are clear:

With this brilliant presentation, images draw the attention of the reader, and you increase the attractiveness of your printing, and naturally for advertising customers as well

The reliable OneVision® technology allows you to eliminate plate inspection by matching data in the workflow and on the plate 

Among others, the Straubinger Tagblatt/Landshuter Zeitung publishing group is also full of enthusiasm. "With homogeneous raster HD technology we can reproduce any level of color tone and even print our newspapers in photo-quality. We now use PlugRASTER-HDin across our entire production”, explains Sven Lahrssen, Assistant to the Technical Management of the Media Group. 

Excite your customers, readers, and ad customers, too – with screened images in photo quality!

With its RIP software PlugRASTER-HDin, OneVision now lets its customers print in photo quality. The name of the product says it all: Screening in HD quality

Screened images at photo quality with Raster-HD

OneVision HD-Raster combines the best features of AM and FM rasterisation solutions. Images will have photo quality and will impress your readers' attention.

Strengths of the different raster systems