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EFI Releases Version 6.6 of EFI Fiery Command Workstation

Allows for last-minute color edits, better search and more streamlined print workflows.





Electronics for Imaging Inc. (EFI; Fremont, CA) has announced the release of version 6.6 of EFI Fiery Command WorkStation, the print job management interface used across all EFI Fiery platforms connected to digital print devices.

According to a release from the company, the new version is “a key enhancement to Fiery Command WorkStation in this release is easy access to EFI IQ, a suite of standard and optional cloud applications that connect people, processes, and print devices to enable better, data-driven decisions for print businesses. Creating an EFI IQ account is now faster and easier and can be done directly from Fiery Command WorkStation for instant access to production analytics, notification features and more.”

The software is consistent across multiple devices, more productive, and offers centralized job management, per EFI. “As the print job management interface for Fiery digital front ends (DFEs), the new Command WorkStation version 6.6 makes printing more productive and powerful.” Enhancements in this latest release include the following:

  • More advanced job search capabilities for finding jobs based on multiple search criteria
  • A new tool – Raster Curve Editor – that enables operators to perform late-stage color edits to jobs directly from the job properties screen
  • Easier editing of spot colors in Fiery Spot Pro while working within other Fiery Command WorkStation applications
  • Support for the EFI ES-3000 color measurement Instrument, supporting single-scan measurements in M1 and M2 modes with faster and more accurate readings.

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