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Xennia releases inkjet print software for OEM applications
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Mar '15
The advanced print software Xennia Cygnus, by Xennia, a leading dynamic industrial inkjet technology innovator, is released for OEM digital printing system builders, including full variable data printing and image path control as well as managing other inkjet printing system components.

Xennia Cygnus, which is currently deployed in Xenna’s own digital solutions and OEM hardware module packages, is now available as a standalone package for OEM machine builders wishing to incorporate advanced functionality into digital printing systems without the need for in-house software development, according to a press release.

The print software performs image colour management and splitting functions, with multiple process and spot colour capability using sophisticated imaging algorithms and including native Adobe PDF support.

The software is compatible with a wide range of printheads and printhead driver hardware, and is also capable of controlling other components of printer hardware including ink supply, curing, maintenance, and motion systems. The software user interface (UI) can be customised with OEM branding and look and feel.

Dr Olivier Morel, Xennia’s chief technology officer said, “Xennia Cygnus is our advanced digital print software package, including full image path control as well as managing the other components of an inkjet printing system. The software is available for customers in industrial, labelling & addressing, décor and ceramics applications looking for an integrated digital front end (DFE) and image path package.”

Morel added, “With four different versions aimed at different application types and levels of complexity, Xennia Cygnus is designed as a cost effective way to introduce advanced functionality into a digital inkjet printing system. Flexible licensing means the right level of functionality can be enabled for a particular system, so OEM customers can get the features they need.” (GK)

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