Canon U.S.A. imagePRESS Servers Adopt the Latest EFI Fiery Platform

To help users boost productivity, color management and more.
Canon U.S.A.

Canon U.S.A. (Melville, NY) announced the availability of two EFI Fiery powered digital front ends (DFEs) for the newly launched imagePRESS C910/C810/C710/C710CA color digital presses – the imagePRESS Server H350 and G250. According to a statement released by Canon U.S.A., "these DFEs combine the imagePRESS’s superb print quality, high performance, new production capabilities and excellent productivity with EFI’s innovative, scalable and integrated platform, Fiery system software FS350 Pro and FS350."

The imagePRESS Servers H350 and G250 leverage the high-throughput, high-accuracy advantages the EFI Fiery FS350 Pro and FS350 platforms offer, providing a host of key features that help deliver faster processing, more versatility and better color capabilities. Key features include:

  • Faster Processing: A boost in processing speed of up to 70% for the H350 and up to 78%  for the G250 compared to the first-generation imagePRESS Servers F200 and G100 (imagePRESS C800 Series Servers).
  • More Versatility: Print lengths of up to 51.2 in. on up to 350-gsm stock, giving operators capabilities to produce book covers, folders, calendars, banners and more. Support of Command WorkStation 6.3 brings new features such as Archive Manager and job Thumbnail View, as well as enhancements to popular features such as FreeForm and Impose. Media Librarian v2.1 offers operators the ability to create, edit and organize their paper stocks from a single, intuitive interface.
  • Better Color Capabilities: Enhancements to Fiery ImageViewer (optional) allow print establishments to make last-minute color corrections and help them to get back to production.

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