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Superpowering digital print with Fiery at drupa

Print Solutions


Fiery is to showcase innovations in digital frontends and workflow software at drupa 2024. With solutions for packaging, industrial, sign and display graphics, direct to film (DTF), direct to garment (DTG), and other specialty production printers, the technology makes producing all types of digital print jobs easier to ensure exceptional colour, precision, efficiency, and profitability. Visitors will learn how Fiery is ‘superpowering’ the print industry using the latest AI, cloud, and automation technology on stand B10 in hall 8B.

 

‘At drupa, we hope to inspire and help print shops to think digital, embrace emerging applications, and unlock their superpowers to get the most productivity out of their print and imaging investments now and in the future,’ said CEO Toby Weiss.

 

The newest AI driven features will be on show, including Fiery InkWise for ink stock management and a new intelligent job ticketing assistant. InkWise addresses the complexities of manual ink management by introducing an AI powered assistant that predicts when and how much ink should be ordered, allowing customers to keep reduced inventory levels. The new AI driven job ticketing feature analyses jobs and automatically prepares job tickets, covering media selection, pre-press processes, finishing, and more.

 

‘We are continuously exploring how AI technology can make Fiery workflows as easy as interacting with a virtual assistant. At drupa, we are excited to demonstrate AI's ability to define print settings based on file content and propose tasks prior to ticket creation. Leveraging AI in the job ticketing process helps boost productivity, enabling operators of all skill levels to quickly process a variety of print jobs,’ added Toby Weiss.

 

Advancing print automation, Fiery will preview the upcoming release of JobFlow pre-press workflow software that intelligently automates job preparation steps to ensure files are print ready with minimal manual intervention. See how it uses AI to improve image resolution, simplify preflight reports and enable easy printing by scanning a barcode, or using voice commands with your phone.

 

The company will showcase an end to end packaging and label workflow, from pre-press utilising Esko software to the Fiery Impress DFE, which then seamlessly sends jobs directly to Global Inkjet Systems’ (GIS) printhead electronics. Fiery Impress is an off the shelf DFE designed to accelerate OEM time to market, reduce custom development, and get end customers in production, fast. It elevates industrial production, combining the streaming speed, image quality, brand colour accuracy, and automation customers need with the flexibility press manufacturers need to integrate with any workflow or press.

 

‘Fiery DFEs are already powering market leading presses like Landa and EFI Nozomi, with over 100 high speed industrial installations. Now with Fiery Impress, industrial press manufacturers can rapidly deploy a custom tailored DFE subscription that meets precise customer requirements, with little to no custom development required on their part. The flexibility of Fiery Impress makes it the ideal DFE to power any industrial production workflow,’ continued Toby Weiss.

  


Digital Factory, SignLab, EngraveLab and Pro Vehicle Outlines software help prepare artwork and manage production for digital DTG, DTF, engraving, wide format print and cut, and vehicle wrap applications – they wll all be featured at drupa.

 

A live demonstration of Fiery Digital Factory RIP software with DTF printer partners will showcase how users can achieve stunning colour reproduction, accuracy, and vibrancy on the widest variety of substrates

  

Fiery DFEs, including the latest FS600 Pro platform and XF 8, offer enhanced automation, colour, and job processing tools to increase productivity and digital press performance. When combined with Fiery Command WorkStation, print companies can unify their print room using one central job management solution that transcends printer brands and models.

 

 

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