OneVision Expands Connectivity with New Software Version
Rapidly rising energy costs, material bottlenecks, a shortage of skilled workers – resource-efficient production is becoming increasingly important for many printing businesses. In this context, the integration of processes plays a decisive role. After all, the smoother, more error-free and more efficient a production runs, the less waste is generated and the less manual intervention is required. As an expert in automation, software manufacturer OneVision supports customers worldwide in digitizing and connecting their production processes.
Connections to Google Drive, Duplo DocuCutter and OptiScout
The system landscapes of print service providers are usually very individually and differently structured. As XML-based middleware, the OneVision software can be easily connected to other software and hardware components. In addition to numerous existing data interfaces, the new version now also enables connection to Google Drive and HTTP data sources. Furthermore, integration options to additional processing systems have been implemented. A newly developed module enables the preparation of cutting lines in already imposed sheets for the Duplo DocuCutter DC-618 and DC-648. Also, marks and barcodes can be applied to the sheets as additional information. Duplo's multi-finishers can thus be configured automatically.
Another new feature is a connection to OptiScout. This functionality prepares the print files for transfer to the OptiScout system and allows integration with countless digital cutting systems such as Colex, Bullmer, Eastman Cuts and many more.
New highlights for nesting
Furthermore, the nesting module has been extended with some innovative functionalities. Intelligent transfer of the print run can shorten RIP times and stabilize the entire workflow. In addition, the nesting of large motifs has been optimized, making even more efficient and economical use of substrates. Print service providers working with a cutting system from Kongsberg Precision Cutting Systems can look forward to support for under-view cameras.
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