Wasatch teams with Niceware on high-speed labels DFE
By Simon Nias Wednesday, 27 June 2012
Wasatch Computer Technology has announced, SoftRIP for Niceware, a DFE that combines SoftRIPs colour management and RIP technology with Niceware's label design and printing software.
The DFE is said to ensure consistent colour across a wide range of materials and applications and has been designed for high speed colour inkjet printers, such as Colordyne Technologies' CDT-1600 series.
According to Colordyne, the CDT-1600 series, which is powered by Memjet waterfall inkjet technology, is capable of speeds of around 305mm per second.
NiceLabel Pro provides a variety of features for label design and integration, including barcodes, variable fields and database connectivity. It can handle variable data and connect to virtually any database or ERP system.
"We’re pleased to be working with Niceware International to bring such advanced machinery to the market," said Mike Ware, president of Wasatch Computer Technology.
"Partnering with Wasatch has allowed us to present a new solution to our partners," added Shawn Motley, general manager of Niceware International. "We are excited to introduce a colour management and printing software package that will save them time and money in colour labeling."Tweet
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