Summengraphics Adopts Technology From German Company CGS

Summengraphics, the full service media agency from Velen (Germany) has introduced ORIS Flex Pack//Web System, for colour management and proofing from CGS Technologies International GmbH. In combination with the Roland DG VersaCAMM VS 420-printer jobs can be output on different media whereby white over and under print as well as metallic colours are possible.

Summengraphics with its team of experts has many years of experience in creating and developing packaging design from idea to ready2print data for all printing processes.

The company has chosen to purchase a solvent-based Roland DG VersaCAMM inkjet printer for proofing and the ORIS Flex Pack//Web System from CGS.  The system produces printed and virtual proofs in a web-based application and provides cost-effective printouts of design presentations, proofs and mock-ups for Summengraphics.

“Since we started working with this solution, we have much safer make-ready of printing inks and colour spaces”, says Jürgen Summen, Marketing Sales manager, adding: “The possibility of white under and over prints or printing of metallic colours is a great advantage for simulating printing results. Our proofs must meet the highest professional standards. And they do.”

At the core of ORIS Flex Pack//Web System is the patented 4-D iterative ORIS colour management.

In addition a multi-pass print mode was designed for packaging applications, thus allowing for raster and halftone proofs. An essential part of the software is the standard and spot colour libraries such as Pantone and HKS. Users can create, save and re-use their own special spot colours any time.

“Particularly companies like Summengraphics, whose clients include businesses from the food sector in the packaging industry, benefit from ORIS Flex Pack//Web system. The integral soft proofing tools, proof certification and raster data support enable a seamless workflow with predictable results”, says Heiner Müller, Business Development at CGS.

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