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SAi Launches New Flexi 21 Software

The company says this latest version includes more features than ever before for both the novice and advanced user.




SA International (SAi, Salt Lake City) announced the release of Flexi 21, “the most feature-rich version of its flagship signmaking software,” according to a statement from the company. The 64-bit RIP system is engineered to meet the design-to-production challenges of sign and display providers, and large format print providers, for both novice and more advanced users.

SAi’s Flexi 21 design and RIP print software now supports multi-layer/white and varnish ink layered printing. With this tool, Flexi can generate white or varnish ink “on the fly” or from the white layer in the predefined design, per the statement. Users can control how the ink is printed in both the Flexi Design and Flexi RIP Production Manager functions. This “sandwich” mode printing supports printing multiple layers, for example, a bottom layer of white, color in the middle and varnish on top. With the ability to preview the white channel beforehand, users save RIP and print time and avoid wasted materials.

Flexi 21 also includes variable data printing. Users printing a set of documents with mostly shared elements can change certain text or images from document to document, also according to SAi.

Created as an “all-in-one solution for design, print, print-and-cut and direct-to-vinyl production workflow,” Flexi 21 also includes a host of advanced features including jig templates, enhanced printing while RIPping, custom cut line names and colors and more.

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