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Inedit to officially launch neoStampa 9 in September

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Pic: Inedit Software
Pic: Inedit Software
Inedit will officially launch neoStampa 9, the new cutting-edge version of popular RIP software for textile digital printing, on September 9, along with a webinar to show all the new features. neoStampa9 is compatible with majority of digital printer brands. Due to its unique colour management system, prints can be matched regardless of media, inks and printer used.

neoStampa 9 was born with the idea of facilitating the connectivity of complex workflows. Among its many new features, the most remarkable is the Queue Manager. With it the user can send printing jobs to different printers quickly, reducing the job processing time and organising the job queues like a pro. The new Queue Manager will apply the technology behind Inedit’s Print Server application, which will become the main ripping station inside neoStampa 9. It will be faster and easier to use, said Inedit in a press release.

Furthermore, neoStampa 9 includes an upgraded version of the Calibration Wizard, the renowned profiles application. The new Calibration Wizard will include a new linearisation process which will generate more precise colour curves. Besides, it will come with an intuitive interface and even a 3D visualisation of the profiles, for even better colour management.

Finally, with neoStampa 9 it will become even easier to connect with other textile tools. With the new Quick Print panel, one can directly print designs from Adobe Photoshop. The Quick Print panel is not only connected to Adobe Photoshop but also to neoTextil and neoCatalog , in order to give the user full control over the textile workflow. (PC)

Fibre2Fashion News Desk – India


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