FESPA 2017: hall B7, stand C31 - In keeping with the growth of digital printing within the soft signage, decorative and garment markets, Caldera will showcase its updated textile production platform, TextilePro, at FESPA 2017. The Hamburg show will also see the manufacturer introduce a stage update to its core RIP suite, V11, with its popular VisualRIP+ and GrandRIP+ versions and its accessible, powerful workflow software, StreamLive. TextilePro reflects Caldera’s long history of partnerships within the world of digital printing onto fabric, providing intuitive workflow control for both decorative and industrial textile printing. Supporting all major textile printer manufacturers and with partnerships across the areas of media and finishing, Caldera is witnessing rapid adoption in this evolving market. TextilePro ensures that colors are repeated faithfully by providing an RGB workflow throughout pre-press and imposition, while patternation and media variances are handled effortlessly within the interface. Caldera V11 was released to celebrate the company’s 25th anniversary last year, and 2017 now sees the advent of V11.1. This update introduces the ability to define custom media sizes within the print interface without needing to configure new media in the server administration. For ultra-connected printers, such as the HP Latex range, this enables Caldera to recognise the media type and size when loaded on the engine. It also sees the introduction of exponential linearization targets in EasyMedia to improve color calibration and stability. Further improvements to popular modules include additional functionality in PrintBleed and enhanced savings in InkPerformer.
More information: http://www.caldera.eu