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Wasatch SoftRIP 7.0 Debuts

New features address converting.

Big Picture

Wasatch has debuted SoftRIP Version 7.0, which is the company’s first release to specifically address converting. It offers support for rotary-cutting equipment as well as enhanced die-cutting features for bleeds and round corners on digital cutters. Version 7.0 also features a new XML-based interface that makes it possible for users to control SoftRIP via HTML and JavaScript running entirely in a Web browser, or via customized network software or XML hot folders. Customized user interfaces can be made to run on any computer, iPad, or smartphone, and anywhere in a facility or on the Internet.

Also new is the company’s Version 2.0 of Wasatch Variable Data Printing (VDP). The new release boasts new features including: variable QR Codes and special rendering features for barcode print quality, plus a new Fast Layout Tool that allows for automatic generation of up to 10,000 variable labels.


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