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Roland brings ErgoSoft Roland Edition 2 RIP software
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Jun '17
Courtesy: Roland DG
Courtesy: Roland DG
Roland DGA, a provider of wide-format printers, printer/cutters and other advanced digital devices, has announced that ErgoSoft Roland Edition 2 RIP software is now available for its Texart series dye-sublimation inkjets. Developed by ErgoSoft exclusively for Roland's Texart RT-640 and XT-640 printers, the RIP includes a host of new and innovative features.

The new features are meant for creating stunning sublimated sports and fashion apparel, soft signage, interior decor, promotional goods and personalised gifts.

ErgoSoft Roland Edition 2 provides over 40 new features and enhancements designed to bring out the best in Roland's printers and make producing sublimated output easier than ever. Image Add-On functionality allows for several new effects, including barcodes, rulers and drill holes. Multiple effects can also be applied to a single set of data. In addition, the updated software supports file formats that are commonly used for textile printing.

The step and repeat feature, which enables the flawless repeating of textile patterns from a single image, is now available for PDF and EPS file formats, while the colou replacement feature, ideal for creating multiple colorr variations, is available for TIFF and PSD file formats. Variable data printing, which maximises efficiency when producing uniforms and personalised goods, is now also included as standard.

ErgoSoft Roland Edition 2 is uniquely designed to boost user productivity. A new dithering method increases rasterisation speed and improves dot placement accuracy, resulting in 40 per cent faster RIP times and smoother gradients. The new Aurelon PDF engine displays dynamic, color-correct previews of PDF files and optimises overall performance and colour management. ErgoSoft Roland Edition 2 also offers up to eight simultaneous RIP servers for dramatically reduced processing time when working with high-capacity data or multiple data sets at the same time.

Additional features include a new printer pool feature that maximises job management flexibility for users with multiple printers of the same type, plus a new hot folder feature for increased efficiency when batch printing images with the same specific print settings.

"There is increasing demand for customised items - products with shorter life cycles - that suit a wide variety of needs and tastes. This advanced, feature-filled software makes handling diverse production runs easier and more efficient for Texart printer users," noted Lily Hunter, Roland DGA's product manager for textiles and consumables.

Roland RT-640 and XT-640 customers who activated the previous ErgoSoft Roland Edition RIP software on or after March 8, 2016 are eligible to update to ErgoSoft Roland Edition 2 free of charge. Users who activated their ErgoSoft Roland Edition software prior to March 8, 2016 can update to ErgoSoft Roland Edition 2 for a fee. (SV)

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