EFI Fiery XF 4.5 is a large to superwide format inkjet RIP that delivers the highest color quality, greater productivity and maximum performance.
Fiery XF takes color quality and productivity for large to superwide format printers to a new level. The fast, high-performance RIP works with most major solvent, eco-solvent and UV printers, such as EFI VUTEk, EFI Rastek™, Epson, Canon, Mimaki, Mutoh and Roland printers. It maximizes a printer investment by reducing production times, unifying production devices and delivering accurate color on every job.
As the market leader, EFI is pushing the envelope on JDF integration and provides unparalleled integration, especially for selected VUTEk GS printer models. Two-directional communication allows detailed feedback of ink, media usage and job status back to Fiery XF, and can even be sent upstream into advanced MIS solutions like EFI Pace or EFI Digital StoreFront. Also, important printer relevant settings like lamp intensity are submitted straight to the hardware, which dramatically reduces touch points for the operator. The Color Verifier option now features advanced G7 metrics like “G7 contract proof” and, especially for a production environment, “G7 Grayscale compliant.” These allow the operator to verify a printed result with a hand held spectraphotometer or built-in measurement device where available, and pass/fail labels can be printed right in the printer or offline. This provides a clear color quality communication which travels with the printed product all the way to the print buyer. The times of ‘trial and error’ are over with the EFI Dynamic Wedge, a Fiery XF feature of the Color Verifier option. A fully automated feature, the Dynamic Wedge will analyze image content and create a custom strip including all image relevant process and spot colors. Fiery XF will display a clear pass/fail feedback for those particular critical colors, and more importantly, the job can be automatically optimized/corrected based on those measurements to ensure color correct output. In daily production this significantly reduces the amount of ‘trial and error,’ since a small proof job can be used for verification and correction to ensure final full scale output will print correctly the first time, ultimately cutting down on expensive machine time and consumables.