By Jon Robinson
Montreal-based Dynagram today announced the availability of its Automation Module for the inpO2 PDF imposition software for Adobe Acrobat. In addition, a 3.5.2 update for the inpO2 product family was also released with enhancements.
The new Automation module allows Wizard-designed pages to be saved as a layout profile and assigned to Hot Folders, along with specific profiles for drag and drop production. Bascially, when inpO2 Automation is activated, the automated imposition process will be triggered by placing a source PDF document in one of the active hot folders.
Although the plate/sheet size and layouts are fixed, Dynagram states functions like page sized, marks, and page counts are dynamic on a job-by-job basis, which can include saddle-stitch, perfect-bound, step-&-repeat, cut-&-stack, or N-Up work.
The Automation module is the sixth inpO2 module to the added to the inpO2 line along with other modules such as the Optimization module for gang work, and the Assembly Planner module for sheetfed- and web-press layouts.