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MTEX's Blue K printer uses Inèdit RIP software
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Mar '16
The Blue K printer from MTEX which will be showcased at FESPA 2016, will be running and controlled by Neostampa RIP, a solution offered by Inèdit Software.

“During the exhibition, in hall 1, stand F20, visitors will be able to see the printer at full capacity, printing with pigments on a cotton media,” an Inedit press release stated.

“Visitors to the booth will also be able to request for demos of the RIP Neostampa, which is a leader in colour management for textile digital printing,” the company added.

According to Inedit, its rich experience in the textile market of Inèdit, together with the multiple options of Neostampa and the good results rendered, have been key for MTEX, to choose this RIP for the Blue K.

“The collaboration at FESPA 2016 between the two companies will become a reality with this joint action,” Inedit observed.

Inèdit is a company with more than 20 years of experience, developing software for the digital textile market, which includes Rip and Print, Design and Digital Showroom solutions.

The Neostampa is used by several digital printer manufacturers such as Reggiani, Konica Minolta, Robustelli, MS, Zimmer, Mimaki, etc. (AR)

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