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Riso launches ‘fastest ever’ digital duplicator

Riso has launched two new A3 digital duplicators, one of which it is referring to as the fastest of its kind.
The two-colour MF9350 and single-colour SF9390 are both set for commercial availability in early 2018, with pricing yet to be disclosed, and, at 190spm, Riso is referring to the SF9390 as the fastest duplicator ever, while the MF9350 runs two colour at 150spm.
Riso UK product manager Mike Murphy said the products follow on from the 2015 launch of the world’s first A2 digital duplicators, along with a lower-end SF model that was introduced around a year ago.
Murphy said: “These are evolutions of previous models but offer new enhancements. A lot of the things that were previously options, like network cards, are now included, so

Closing the gap between digital, print with WoodWing’s Aurora

WoodWing Software has introduced the latest update to Enterprise – WoodWing’s multichannel publishing solution – that allows media companies and publishers to adopt a channel-neutral content creation workflow, resulting in more efficient publishing on all channels.
Due to the media industry shifting from producing newspapers and magazines to producing content pieces, workflows and processes have changed for media companies. The tools they use, therefore, have to evolve as content is mainly

SAi signs agreement with Graphtec

SA International (SAi) has announced a global agreement with technology giant, Graphtec, to supply three newly-created cutting software packages with the company’s entire range of large format vinyl cutters. Driven by SAi’s Flexi software’s cutting solutions – Cutting Master 4, Graphtec Pro Studio and Graphtec Pro Studio Plus – have been designed to meet the varied requirements of print service providers and sign & display companies.
Commenting on the agreement Hiroyuki Takahata, senior MD

X-Rite adds eXact SCTV

X-Rite Incorporated and its subsidiary Pantone have extended the eXact portfolio of handheld spectrophotometers to include a spot color tone value (SCTV) feature that supports the latest ISO 20654 standard.
The eXact SCTV configuration has been developed to allow commercial and package printers to verify tone value for spot colors that ‘correlate well’ with visual appearance. With this latest firmware update to the eXact family, X-Rite said printers will be able to more easily verify both spot