New EFI Fiery DFE expands its reach to more inkjet printer manufacturers

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With the launch of Impress, a brand-new, turnkey EFI Fiery digital front end (DFE) from Electronics For Imaging, Inc., digital printing equipment manufacturers can expand the capabilities of their inkjet presses while significantly reducing development cycle time. This affordable, ready-to-go DFE offers a flexible, complete and scalable workflow solution for a wide range of hardware platforms. Now, many more equipment manufacturers can readily achieve the outstanding imaging quality, automation and productivity that make Fiery the world’s leading DFE choice for digital print.

Available now, the new solution gives specialty inkjet equipment vendors with low unit volumes the advantage of incorporating top-tier EFI Fiery DFE production and workflow innovations at a reduced development cost. It is the ideal approach to help press manufacturers meet customer needs, get to market quickly, and offer the ability to scale over time.

EFI Fiery DFEs are widely used on inkjet presses for commercial printing, packaging, textiles, display graphics, building materials and more. This new solution makes Fiery technology – the premier DFE in digital print – available in a turnkey offering that can get an even broader range of inkjet press manufacturers up and running almost immediately, with full implementation in weeks, not months.

The Fiery Impress DFE is also available to manufacturers beyond the digital press market. Industrial businesses in need of a sure-fire method to implement print bars in their manufacturing lines can easily incorporate this innovative technology and workflow solution. A streaming configuration option for Fiery Impress gives them powerful RIP-while-printing capabilities for continuous, high-volume, variable-data imaging. And, by significantly streamlining the development work needed to implement VDP personalization, industrial manufacturers can easily add more value to their products.

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