PrintFactory users are regularly provided with updates that reflect Aurelon’s continuous roadmap of improvement.
This workflow software already provides market-leading, sector-based tools enabling large format printers in Textiles, Décor, Ceramics and general Graphic Arts (LFP) to be more efficient and deliver market-leading color quality, at lower costs. The V6.3.3 update includes several important features and tools that will make life even easier for PrintFactory customers.
Erik Strik, CEO: “We know teams want manual control over automated processes, and businesses want to help their teams work as effectively as possible. In V6.3.3, we’ve added practical features like an enhanced custom cut marks definition tool, improving the workflow around barcodes; we’ve also introduced shareable nesting presets so that everyone in a team who’s using Layout can access the same settings, easily. But the changes in this update also reflect how we’re developing as a company: making sure each one of our four software suites gets sector-focused upgrades to continuously make large format printing more cost effective while maintaining high color quality.”
“For textile producers, for example, PrintFactory Textiles step-and-repeat feature is now available right across the software suite, with access from our Editor, Layout, and PrintStation tools. And in PrintStation, producers can now change the length and width of a textile production run right up to the last moment. We’ve been working closely with a number of very large textile companies, but we make sure upgrades to our industrial scale software can be just as useful for smaller firms. There are so many things that can affect color in digital textiles’ production - décor, too - it’s vital to have as much control as possible in every part of the manufacturing process.”
PrintFactory V6.3.3 also includes ‘help videos’, to further improve teams’ ability to get the most from this suite of software; extended driver support; an advanced averaging measurements mode for even more accurate Calibrator readings; more efficient stack nesting and double-sided nesting in RIP queues.