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Mimaki's three software's add value to print production
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Aug '16
Courtesy: Mimaki Europe
Courtesy: Mimaki Europe
Digital textile machine maker Mimaki has developed three innovative software's which adds value to the print production process by offering accurate and brilliant colour prints.

These three new software solutions include; the Artista Textile Color Collection, Mimaki Profile Master 3 (MPM3) for advanced printer profiling, and RasterLink6 Version 5.0.

“All are designed to help printers deliver accurate, repeatable colour across multiple devices and locations,” the Japan headquartered company said.

Mimaki said it is filling a gap with the Artista Textile Color Collection, making it faster and easier for textile and apparel manufacturers to achieve the desired colour without wasteful trial and error.

When using the RasterLink6 or TxLink3 RIP software, the resulting standard includes detailed information about profiles and settings that can be used to reduce the time required for colour matching.

The new Profile Master 3 (MPM3) colour management software enables users to reproduce equivalent colours when printing on different types of media with the same printer or when printing with different printer models and inks.

“This vastly increases the flexibility of a production platform, even when it consists of printers from multiple vendors, while being easy to use, requiring no special colour knowledge,” Mimaki added. (AR)

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