CADlink releases dye sublimation software solution

CADlink Technology Corporation’s latest release into the digital printing segment of the personalisation/ customisation market features an all-inclusive, professional software solution for dye sublimation producers.

Digital Factory v10 Sublimation Edition provides exceptional colour accuracy and vibrancy across a variety of sublimation ink sets, transfer papers and widely used printers. Using a high-fidelity colour management engine, the software includes professionally created color profiles that enable the highest quality print production right out of the box. Also included is a series of simple colour adjustment tools that provide operators a way in which to make colour adjustments quickly and easily as required.

Unlike Windows-based printer drivers included with many sublimation printers, not only does Digital Factory Sublimation Edition provide an enhanced level of colour management options, but also includes a complete set of pre-production, print production workflow management tools. Ideal for shops of all sizes and budgets, the software has been designed for simplicity without limiting functionality.

Sublimation printers will discover that the software eliminates the need for using other design applications to prepare print jobs by including all commonly used tools such as; step and repeat, custom print template creation, image editing tools, colour ‘knock out’ tools that enhance print quality while saving ink costs and much more.

Support for virtually all sublimation printers is possible either by using the included customised direct printer drivers or by leveraging the workflow advantages within the software and printing via the Windows driver (GDI approach) included with most printers.

Additional product information as well as a free fully functional trial version is available on the CADlink website.

www.cadlink.com

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