iSys Label Releases iVDP 2.2
iSys Label of Calgary launched a new version of the variable-data software, called iSys Variable Data Printing (iVDP) 184.108.40.206, used to drive its APEX 1290 and EDGE 850 printers for producing short- to mid-run labels.
Compatible with iSys2Print label software programs, iVDP provides the ability to combine static and dynamic content to create varying multi-graphic labels containing variable text, images and barcodes. The company explains that iVDP layouts can be set up and configured to run variable portions in both horizontal and vertical dataset formats.
The iVDP software includes a pre-adjust colour registration app and memory management system, which, according to iSys Label, means that large jobs exceeding the capacity of the printer will run without data loss.
“With the addition of iVDP, our label printing solution is complete and comprehensive,” stated Mark Hopkins, President of iSys Label. “The innovative features embedded in this technology are many and that has allowed us to stand alone with a very unique offering. iSys Label has created digital label printers that provide all the sophistication needed in our industry and yet so simple to operate.”
The iVDP software also includes drag-and-drop imposition, text tools to write and amend text/fonts, rotation and alignment tools; basic formatting tools such as auto-size, scaling, tab stops and paragraph spacing, as well as over 400 pre-formatted barcode components (linear, 2D, RFID, QR codes), among other features.
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