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X-Rite Incorporated and Pantone LLC in September 2018 announced the launch of ColorCert QA, a pressroom quality assurance software designed to help pressroom personnel manage standards more efficiently, optimize jobs on press and facilitate strong ink room integration.
X-Rite describes its new eXact Auto-Scan as a versatile scanning solution that combines the portability of a handheld spectrophotometer with the speed of an automated scanning system to help offset print environments minimize makeready time and waste.
CGS-ORIS has announced it will begin selling Barbieri North America colour management measuring devices, including the Spectro LFP qb spectrophotometer, to complement its colour management software solutions. Barbieri explains the fully automatic Spectro LFP qb will help open possibilities to measure reflection and transmission media using different measurement apertures.
Techkon, a provider of colour measurement solutions for packaging and commercial printers, has released ChromaQA version 4.0, describing it as an advanced print colour quality solution that monitors the colour quality of jobs on press.
Colour management specialist GMG has released version 2.2 to its GMG OpenColor profiling solution, which incorporates automatic, spectral data-based optimization of measurement data.
The latest product from colour management developer CGS is Oris X Gamut, a fully automated software product for expanded gamut printing on conventional and digital presses.
Solimar Systems, a provider of customer communications delivery solutions, has announced the release of Solimar Print Director Enterprise (SPDE) version 9.0, boasting new PDF optimization and secure printing capabilities.
Printware unveiled its new iJetColorFlow workflow this week at Print 19 in Chicago, describing it as a next-generation of workflow that enhances the iJetColor digital envelope press family.
Rochester Software Associates (RSA), a provider of production print workflow software solutions for in-plant, corporate print centres, commercial printers, and PSPs, is demonstrating a new release of QDirect output management software in booth 527 at Print 19 at McCormick Place South in Chicago, Ill.
In a move to help streamline inspection processes, EyeC and Hybrid Software have launched the EyeC Driver, a new application that integrates EyeC’s PDF proofing technology — the EyeC Proofiler Graphic — into Hybrid Software’s CloudFlow.
Kornit Digital has announced Kornit Konnect, a new Cloud-based, mobile workflow software platform designed to help businesses maximize the productivity of their digital printing solutions, by better delivering data-driven insights and performance metrics.
EyeC has introduced the EyeC Audit Trail Viewer, a new software designed to simplify the preparation and review of audit trailing data that complements inspection solutions, such as the EyeC Proofiler for print sample testing or the EyeC Proofiler Graphic for prepress proofing.
KNF has announced a new oil-free swing-piston pump for OEM customers that aims to address the demand for a more compact, high performance, and economical solution for portable devices.
EyeC has extended the range of its scanner-based inspection systems for half-size formats of 915 x 635 mm (36 x 25 inches) with the EyeC Proofiler 900 DT, making print sample testing possible on all types of printed products, such as leaflets, flexible packaging and the printed sheets of folding boxes, it says.
Toray Graphics’ new Imprima LJ waterless offset printing plate delivers a printing resolution up to 175 lpi. Described as being 200 percent more durable than comparable waterless offset printing plates, the Imprima LJ thermal negative CTP printing plate uses a standard imaging wavelength of 830 nanometres and is ideal for label production but can also be used for a range of other applications, including CD/DVDs, loyalty cards, metal decoration, and printing on non-absorbent substrates.
Techkon has introduced the New Generation SpectroPlate, describing it as a high-resolution digital microscope that measures dot percentage, screen angles, lines per inch/cm, dot gain and AM, FM or Hybrid Screens of traditional offset or process-less, chemistry-free printing plates.
KNF has introduced new micro gas pump NMP830 HP for OEM customers, boasting “outstanding high flow, pressure, and suction performance in a compact size.”
Meteor Inkjet, an independent supplier of electronics and software to drive industrial inkjet printheads, has enhanced its portfolio with the launch of a new DropWatcher family of products.
Sun Chemical today announced it has signed an exclusive agreement with German printing inks manufacturer Epple Druckfarben to combine their resources to make Epple’s series of sheetfed offset inks for direct food contact, BoFood Organic, available to a global audience.
Eastman Kodak Company this month introduced its Kodacolor Fabric Inks, saying that they leverage proprietary ink dispersion technology with a 20-year history of ink development and manufacturing. 
INX International Ink Co. (booth 5362) will display its entire product line, including INXhrc natural-based and Triangle brand digital inks, when it exhibits for the first time at Graphics Canada in Toronto.
Printing inks provider Siegwerk has joined forces with INGEDE member Stora Enso, a provider of renewable solutions in packaging, biomaterials, wooden constructions and paper, to improve the deinkability of UV/LED cured prints.
With increasingly strict and regionally variable regulation of printing inks for food packaging, printers have been required to use a variety of inks in order to meet regulatory demands for European and North American markets.
Leibinger has developed a new security ink designed to be quickly and cost-effectively integrated into packaging lines to help protect against product piracy. Suitable for use in the Leibinger JET3up PI – an inkjet printer that codes product packaging made of plastic, cardboard and even glass or tins – at first glance, the ink looks like a classic black ink but under a special UV-light, tiny fluorescent pigments begin to glow greenish.
Designed to help digital printers leverage the press for jobs once dominated by offset printing, the Ultra Lightweight Stock Printing Kit for Xerox Nuvera Production Systems is now available worldwide.
Sappi North America, a producer and supplier of diversified paper, packaging products and dissolving wood pulp, said Tuesday its Proto and Spectro paperboard products are available globally for commercial orders in all calipers.
Drytac, an international manufacturer of self-adhesive materials for the large format print and signage markets, has launched the ArmourPrint Emerytex and ArmourGrab combination counter mat solution, now available globally.
Cosmo Films, a maker of specialty films for flexible packaging, lamination and labeling applications as well as synthetic paper, recently launched a metallized velvet lamination film for luxury packaging segment. The company explains the new film is designed to offer “intense” silver colour along with “rich velvet touch” to the laminated paper/paperboard and packaging market.
Appvion has expanded its line of Triumph brand products with the introduction of four digital media products: Universal Polyester, Premium Polyester, Synthetic Paper, and Pressure Sensitive.
Mohawk Fine Papers has added 15 new colours to the Curious Collection Metallics line and launched a new metallic finish called Alchemy to the collection by Arjowiggins Creative Papers. As well, it has announced the discontinuation of Curious Collection Cosmic.
HP Indigo and Agfa today announced at Labelexpo 2019 a unique variable design security solution for brand protection and security printing. The new solution, HP Indigo Secure Studio Powered by Agfa, is designed to create unique graphic designs with endless variations, the parties say, while also blending with the original design without compromising the look and feel of the original document or product.
Pantone has introduced the Pantone Fashion, Home + Interiors Polyester Swatch Book, a collection of 203 colour options in one convenient binder.
At Dscoop Edge in March, HP Inc. announced the expansion of HP PrintOS Marketplace, an ideas store designed to inspire HP print service providers to collaborate and innovate, while implementing Industry 4.0 for automated printing.
Web Design Primer is a new open-source eBook published by the Ryerson University Library by authors Richard Adams, Associate Professor in the School of Graphic Communications Management, and Ahmed Sagarwala, Manager of Industry Relations in the Digital Media Zone (DMZ). The book explains the basics of the HTML and CSS codes used to create web pages, and related technologies including JavaScript, jQuery, audio, video and animation.
A new version of Quark DesignPad iPad app is now available with more advanced design features for creative professionals on-the-go.
Photo commerce software provider Taopix is introducing an artificial-intelligence-enabled version of its software for intelligent creation of photo books and similar multi-image photo gift products.
R.R. Donnelley & Sons Company (RRD), a provider of multichannel solutions for marketing and business communications, has introduced Digicom, a new solution designed to transform catalogues, circulars and flyers into interactive, shoppable experiences across Web, mobile and email channels.
Publishing strategy firm IntuIdeas will be demonstrating a new, printed book with an interactive component at Print 18 (Booth #4836) at Chicago’s McCormick Place from September 30 to October 2.
Taradel LLC has anounced the release of Snap Admail Plus, a multi-channel marketing solution designed to help advertisers target the same prospects with direct mail offers and online display advertisements, for Canada Post.
Direct mail solutions provider W+D will premier several new technologies at Print 18, as well as show for the first time several new direct mail applications that feature haptic marketing, also known as the use of touch in marketing.
Quadient says its newest release, Quadient Inspire R12, is designed to give customers and partners greater control over the systems and processes used to drive consistent communications across all channels with an emphasis on digital experiences.
During the Digital Innovators Summit in Berlin, Adobe unveiled its plans to launch Adobe Publish, a platform that builds upon the foundation of Adobe Digital Publishing Suite (DPS) to address mobile-app publishing, sometime during the summer of 2015.Adobe explains it will allow customers to make mobile apps for phones and tablets without requiring development and to produce and distribute great content in simple, cost-effective and modern ways.The company referenced its work five years ago with Conde Nast to develop a new approach for Wired magazine to be published as an interactive magazine on the iPad. From this work with Conde Nast, Adobe built DPS, which Adobe claims to have resulted in the launch of thousands of apps and has delivered hundreds of millions of publications (.folios) to tablets and phones.Adobe explains it then went through another important phase of mobile publication development with Fast Company to launch a new app on the App Store, which helped its work towards what will be launched as Adobe Publish this summer. Adobe provides what it describes as the three main tenets of Adobe Publish: 1. Apps on all major mobile platforms for phones and tablets without requiring any development skills. The experience of those apps should be immersive and elegant and bring audience directly into content that is well organized and inherently feels like what a mobile experience should be; 2. Adobe Publish customers can create, organize and deliver content in a way that is extremely flexible, simple and cost-effective; and3. Enterprise-grade administration tools that are flexible enough to allow any enterprise, media company or university to organize all of the people who are involved in producing these experiences in a way that make sense. Designers, writers., marketers, producers, data analysts or outside agencies will get the flexible workflows they need to deliver amazing content into Adobe Publish apps.
Rochester Software Associates (RSA), a provider of production print workflow software solutions for in-plant and corporate print centres, is offering its latest version of WebCRD web-to-print software. V10.3 is shipping now and includes: drag and drop file uploads for faster ordering; document preflight alerts that detect and alert production about common file issues; digital download feature to offer and track digital services and items using the WebCRD catalogue; and additional integrations with external systems, including print procurement and shipping systems.
Cloudprinter.com has launched its new CloudPublish API service, saying it is designed to change up the traditional print and publishing world with a print-on-demand service for publishers that allows them to print all over the world.
At this year’s Print 18 conference, SmartSoft will be showcasing the latest tools and features that have been added to PressWise, its all-in-one web-to-print, MIS and workflow automation platform.
Aurigma intends to showcase its new InDesign support for its Customer’s Canvas online web-to-print editor at Print 18. The new support, Aurigma explains, will allow printers and marketing providers to harness Adobe InDesign functionality for creating professional-looking design templates that end-users can personalize online.
DocketManager will highlight the latest updates to its management system as well as its integrated storefront solution at Print 18.
Ultimate TechnoGraphics and Radix have partnered to provide what they say is an optimized online business outlet by helping print service providers manage and offer products online, expand e-commerce capabilities, and process multiple orders and prepare them for print and finishing.
One year after its market launch, the Heidelberg Assistant digital platform is now operating in more than 400 print shops in the pilot markets of Canada, Germany, Switzerland and the United States. The rollout in Japan, Poland and Austria has also started, Heidelberger Druckmaschinen AG (Heidelberg) says.
Xeikon has announced Xeikon Performance Services (XPS), a new component as part of its aXelerate Services Program that facilitates the ongoing need for a production manager to manage print production with a focus on continuous improvement.
Solimar Systems has announced a new software release of SOLitrack, described as providing users with an improved centralized platform for print job tracking, status reporting and visibility.
Electronics For Imaging (EFI), and Konica Minolta Business Solutions U.S.A. have announced a new EFI Fiery digital front end (DFE) designed to drive the AccurioPress 6136 series of monochrome digital presses from Konica Minolta.
Xerox is offering new solutions designed to safeguard data and devices in today’s workplace. Xerox Workplace Solutions includes print management and mobility offerings available in Cloud or on-premise server versions.
Messagepoint has expanded its platform connectivity to Salesforce, an international provider of CRM software, explaining the new functionality enables non-technical business users to deliver interactive, one-to-one communications across both print and digital channels within a single, integrated platform.

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