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EskoArtwork introduces SignUp layout application
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Mar '08
EskoArtwork, the global market leader in innovative design, pre-production, collaboration and finishing solutions for the packaging, commercial printing and sign and display industry, announces the introduction of SignUp at Fespa Digital 2008, Stand K70, from April 1-3 in Geneva.

SignUp is an interactive layout application for digital sign and display shops, and large format digital press owners, who are looking to streamline production and minimize material waste,

Built on EskoArtwork's expertise in layout technology for conventional printing, SignUp is a prepress layout application tool for large format digital signs and displays. With SignUp, jobs arrive from a variety of desktop design and publishing packages and are assembled or nested.

SignUp will conduct layouts based on ordered quantities and job priorities. It can conduct nesting for rectangular as well as irregular shapes, based on the cutting contour.

From there, SignUp sends a PDF file to the press and simultaneously sends finishing information to the EskoArtwork Kongsberg cutting table.

It is a central, RIP-independent application, so it can be used on a variety of digital printing and proofing devices, both sheet and roll fed.

“There are many companies that compete in the sign and display market and, thus, their margins are under constant pressure. Meanwhile, material costs of substrates are increasing,” explains Geert De Proost, EskoArtwork Director Digital Converting Software product group.


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