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QuickP Breeze 2.0 program to be launched at ISS
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Jan '12
Kornit Digital, the world's leading producer of industrial and commercial digital printers for the textile industry, announced the release of its QuickP Breeze 2.0 program at ISS Long Beach event during January 20-22, 2012.

The new software enables improved hand-feel and better control of ink consumption achieved by layers separations of white and CMYK. The color management is supported by the industry standard ICC profiles and provides image previews for CMYK, white and highlight layers.

Yuval Neria, Director of Product Marketing & Business Development at Kornit Digital said: "We were able to develop an easy-to-use, friendly GUI, fast and simple workflow that allows operation by novice users with no need for graphic design knowledge of any kind. At the same time, for the sophisticated and the experienced users, the software provides extended control of parameters through the setup editor.

QuickP Breeze 2.0 features Web-to-Print capabilities and is pre-integrated with self-service touch screen kiosk applications that provide the ability to customize T-Shirts in a visual, creative and fun manner."

Industrially designed for commercial use, the Kornit Breeze is the ideal direct-on-garment solution for commercial garment printers and apparel retailers. Offering a small footprint for space-constrained shops, featuring web-to-print capabilities and pre-integration with online e-commerce solutions, and enabling kiosk-ordering systems, small businesses can now benefit from the same Kornit advantages that until recently, only industrial printers and power houses enjoyed.

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