21 Jun 2018

Onyx Graphics to showcases ONYX 12.1 at upcoming European events

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For the first time in Europe, Onyx Graphics, Inc. will be unveiling ONYX 12.1, the newest, most innovative software version of their market-leading RIP workflow solution. Demonstrating its top-of-the-line print performance, ONYX 12.1 offers new features and significant functionality enhancements to the market-leading ONYX Product Portfolio.

At Viscom Frankfurt on November 2-4, 2016 (hall 8, stand G21) and InPrint Milan on November 15-17, 2016 (stand E48), ONYX experts will provide advice and demonstrate ONYX 12.1, introducing record benchmark speeds for file processing, higher level colour consistency with integrated G7 correction, process control using ONYX AccuCheck and enhanced tiling.

Highlights of ONYX 12.1 software include:

  • Eliminate production bottlenecks with the ONYX 12.1 record benchmark speeds for file processing. On average, processing times in ONYX 12.1 software are three times faster than in ONYX 12 for halftone processing. Data transfer speeds to many grand format printers are also up to three times faster.
  • Achieve a higher level of colour consistency across multiple devices with integrated G7 correction, verification and iterations, making it easier to match colour and build output consistency.
  • Process control, using the new ONYX AccuCheck module, enables shops to prove colour standards are being met. This tool gives print operators the ability to measure and instantly verify that colours will be printed right the first time.
  • Save time with more automation tools. Enhanced tiling, combined with other job preparation tools, enables a wide variety of print applications.
  • Improved device support including QR codes in Zünd Cut Center and support for additional colour devices from Epson and X-Rit

Driving Industrial Printing

“ONYX software remains the market leading colour management workflow and RIP software solution and plays an important role in streamlining the process of industrial production using inkjet technology,” says Bryan Manwaring, Onyx Graphics. “Supporting a wide variety of print technologies and managing digital printing onto a variety of substrates, ONYX remains critical in the industrial printing process. We specialize in helping companies increase their manufacturing productivity through providing the ability to digitally print across a variety of substrates including wood, metal, textile, ceramics, plastics and more. ONYX helps companies reduce costs by providing an easy-to-use system that takes a design file and puts it into production as seamlessly as possible, ensuring an easily achievable, predictable output.”

ONYX works closely with hardware manufacturers and OEM’s globally to develop expert colour solutions tailored to meet their specific industrial printing needs. The company supports customers across multiple sectors, including: graphics, décor, fashion, biomedical, electronics and sports products.  “Ensuring accurate colour is a critical part of many manufacturing processes. Get it right and everyone is happy – get it wrong and there can be significant implications in terms of cost and disappointed customers,” explains Bryan. “For example, we work with an online retailer that allows its customers to upload artwork to create various ultra-customized products. The company has integrated ONYX software into its manufacturing process to ensure the results are exactly what the customer expects.”

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Visix printing facility

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Tutoring these workshops will be Andrew Edwards, who has been working with wide format inkjet and Onyx RIP software since the early 1990’s.

Antalis UK is to add three training sessions on Onyx RIP software to its existing roster of workshops.

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Multi-level screening, uneven (left) and clean (right) grids

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Wasatch SoftRIP TX wins SGIA's 2015 Product of the Year award

Wasatch SoftRIP colorAtlas LFR

Wasatch Computer Technology's SoftRIP TX has won SGIA's 2015 Product of the Year award in the category of "Roll-to-Roll Dye Sublimation on Textile for RIP Software".

SGIA’s team of digital imaging professionals evaluate and award exceptional products that are showcased at the expo. SoftRIP TX was showcased with Epson's SureColor® F9200 dye sublimation printer, which won Product of the Year in the "Roll-to-Roll Dye Sublimation on Textile" category.

“I’m thrilled to share this award with our users, who are constantly pushing the boundaries of dye sublimation printing. They have made this award possible for us,” said Mike Ware, President.

Wasatch SoftRIP TX’s features are designed specifically for digital textile printing and have all the functionality of SoftRIP. Users can control their dye sublimation printing process with a number of specialised tools. The Color Atlas Generator and the new Color Neighborhood Analyzer allow users to print a range of colour swatches on their target media and use SoftRIP’s Spot Color Replacement tool to enter RGB values for exact colour matching. SoftRIP's exclusive 16-bit rendering pipeline means colour subtleties and gradients in images are maintained, reproducing colour with the greatest level of intricacy for high-definition output.

Onyx Graphics to show InPrint visitors how to automate colour on an industrial scale

inprint onyx

At InPrint (Booth F27, 10-12 November 2015 in Munich) Onyx Graphics, Inc. will show how its RIP and colour management software can manage and automate consistent digital colour printing onto a wide range of substrates in the manufacturing process.

“ONYX software is a powerful colour management workflow and RIP software that plays an important role in streamlining the process of industrial production using inkjet technology,” says Bryan Manwaring, Onyx Graphics. “Managing digital printing onto a variety of substrates including wood, metal, textile, ceramics, plastics and more is our strength. We specialise in helping companies increase their manufacturing productivity and reduce their costs by giving them an easy-to-use system that takes a design file and puts it into production as seamlessly as possible to ensure they always achieve predictable output.”

ONYX works closely with hardware manufacturers and OEM’s globally to develop expert colour solutions tailored to meet their specific industrial printing needs. The company supports customers across multiple sectors, including: graphics, décor, fashion, biomedical, electronics and sports products. “Ensuring accurate colour is a critical part of many manufacturing processes. Get it right and everyone is happy – get it wrong and there can be significant implications in terms of cost and disappointed customers,” explains Bryan. “For example, we work with an online retailer that allows its customers to upload artwork to create various ultra-customized products. The company has integrated ONYX software into its manufacturing process to ensure the results are exactly what the customer expects.”

At InPrint, ONYX experts will provide advice and demonstrate ONYX 12, the next generation of the company’s workflow and RIP products that offer speed, performance, a simplified interface and advanced application tools to do more in less time.

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