At this year's FESPA Global Print Expo in Munich from 23 to 26 May, software manufacturer OneVision demonstrates a wide range of use cases for wide format printing. Automation projects from the segments out-of-home advertising, vehicle wrapping, interior, photo products and stickers will be featured, among others.
Print service providers operating in the wide format sector rely on diversity not only in terms of product range and materials. Their system landscape is also increasingly heterogeneous. Various systems are used for job and file entry as well as different machines for printing, finishing and embellishment. To connect these and create an efficient workflow, a seamless integration of the systems is crucial. This is exactly what OneVision Software, as one of the leading automation experts, supports printing companies worldwide with.
As a flexible and powerful automation software, OneVision's Wide Format Automation Suite can be connected to any system via structured data exchange. Countless connections to common hardware components (such as Canon, swissQprint, HP, EFI, ColorGATE, Epson, Summa, Zünd, Kongsberg, Colex, OptiScout, Fotoba,...) and popular software systems (such as Multipress, Navision, Obility,...) as well as customized software solutions are already available and can be expanded at any time.
As a middleware, the software not only automates the entire production process from file input to printing and finishing, but also integrates a wide variety of systems and enables file exchange. Depending on requirements, individual steps can be automated or checkpoints can be integrated. Tools specially tailored to the needs of wide format printers prepare the files optimally and automatically for production. Intelligent nesting/ganging and tiling/paneling as well as a flexible cut line management ensure an optimal substrate utilization.
Following the FESPA 2023 motto “New Perspectives”, the OneVision team will take visitors on the “Road to Automation” on booth B2-B05. Visitors can also look forward to insights into the latest software version of the automation expert. A newly developed station concept will provide print service providers with even more support in production control.