PC Industries shares latest updates
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This year at Labelexpo Europe, PC Industries (stand 7A47) will be introducing its newest, easiest to use offline proofing system, along with an all new, upgraded interfaces for the Graphic-Vision systems with Programmed Positioning. Additionally, PC Industries has also improved its Guardian Inspection System® flagship product, the Guardian PQV, offering a smaller footprint and enhanced color measurement capabilities.
The Guardian OLP is one of PC Industries’ flagship products, offering pdf proofing and offline inspection for applications throughout the pre-press and print production process. While the basic functions of the system have remained the same, PC Industries has been developing numerous features to simplify setup. The most significant of these is PDF automation, including integrated layer support; trim, art, and bleed box detection and snapping; dieline detection and masking; text recognition and import when selectable and extractable; and Esko Graphics integration.
The Graphic-Vision GV-530 and GV-Spectro have received hardware upgrades, improving performance at wider widths. Additionally, recent interface upgrades have made the programmed positioning capabilities easier and more intuitive to use. Up to 50 positions can be programmed with just the touch of a button. Each location is displayed for easy reference under the “Programmed Positioning” tab, so it is easy to toggle from web view to your location overview.
Finally, the Guardian PQV has a series of upgrades now available for applications that demand a smaller footprint. In addition, the Guardian PQV compact system also offer enhances color measurement capabilities. Whether for wide or narrow web, these new compact PQVs open a variety of placement options in areas not previously identified for inspection. It will also allow for easier, more affordable implementation of high quality automatic inspection systems in previously prohibitive environments.