August 1, 2011

Commercial printing industry supplier company and personnel news from Printing Impressions’ August 2011 edition

Dynagram and Global Graphics to Demonstrate Live JDF Workflows
May 15, 2008

QUEBEC, CANADA—May 15, 2008—Dynagram, the leader in innovative imposition technologies for the commercial print, digital print and prepress industries, and Global Graphics, world leading developer of technology for document and print solutions and developer of the Harlequin RIP®, will present live workflow demonstrations at drupa, in collaboration with MIS system providers GamSys and NovaVision. The demonstrations will illustrate live jobs created in an MIS system, moving to imposition and then sent to a RIP for final print processing. The live demos will be presented at the JDF Experience Parc on six occasions throughout the event. JDF Workflows During these demonstrations, the MIS creates

Dynagram to Introduce Optimization and Planning within Professional Imposition Software
April 4, 2008

QUEBEC, CANADA—April 4, 2008—Dynagram, the leader in innovative imposition technologies for the commercial print, digital print and prepress industries will show a totally new line-up of professional imposition tools based on PDF and JDF workflows. This includes the introduction of the inpO2® version 3.0 imposition software for Adobe® Acrobat® along with two new modules for imposition planning and ganging optimization through automatic layout calculation. In addition, Dynagram will be showing its DynaStrip® imposition software version 5.2 working within a JDF workflow with MIS and RIP partners in the CIP4 JDF Pavilion. inpO2 version 3.0 New to inpO2 version 3.0 imposition software for Adobe Acrobat,

Graphics of the Americas-Xplor Proves Successful
March 14, 2007

High-level Buying and Capital Investment Results in Record Onsite Sales for Next Year MIAMI BEACH, FL—March 15, 2007—Graphics of the Americas-Xplor, the second largest U.S.-based annual international graphic communications exhibit and conference, today announced the positive results of their 32nd annual exhibition held in Miami Beach, Florida, March 2-4, 2007. The event organizers are eager to report that this year’s attendance exceeded the previous year by 4%, with close to 500 exhibitors filling the Miami Beach Convention Center, both representing an increase over 2006. More importantly, exhibitors reported larger than ever high-level buying activities and capital investments. In a survey conducted during the event with

FILE PROCESSING SOLUTIONS -- Getting into the Flow
September 1, 2002

BY MARK SMITH The computer has been an amazing enabling tool for the printing industry. The problem is, it has put capabilities in the hands of anyone with a computer and some software, but not the expertise that goes with the craft. Creative types have been lured into attempting more production-oriented tasks by the potential to gain greater control over their work and save money. In bridging the boundaries between creative and production functions, digital technology also has blurred lines of responsibility. Too often, the outcome has been disappointing printed results and/or frustration with the process, now broadly called "workflow." But wait, here

March 1, 2000

The sea of e-commerce companies is expanding; Seybold Boston was wired, so to speak, to the Internet. printCafe, a new Internet endeavor, captured the most attention at the Boston show last month, but so did new digital workflows, color management tools and Adobe's latest—a bridge for PDF. BY MARIE RANOIA ALONSO Walking into Seybold Boston last month it seemed almost unbelievable that the words Internet and startup are still synonymous. Everywhere you looked, it was dotcom this, dotcom that—if you stood still too long, you were at serious risk of finding a dotcom appearing after your last name on your Seybold badge. Then

Imposition--Rotating the Pages
October 1, 1999

The latest digital imposition tools are object-independent, page rotating, PDF imposing signature refiners—automating even further the territory once governed by the meticulous manual stripper. BY MARIE RANOIA ALONSO Manual stripping. One day—perhaps today—the task of manual stripping will seem as foreign a concept to the seasoned graphic arts professional as does the nearly lost art of photo engraving. Current imposition tools perform a flexible and varied set of clever tasks: Digitally imposing signatures that can be output on a variety of PostScript-compatible devices, from the digital press to a platesetter to an imagesetter; Rotating and viewing any object on any signature; Creating complete, precise impositions in