Wasatch SoftRIP allows any Afinia L801 Label Printer user to experience its full capabilities.
Chanhassen, MN (PRWEB) September 30, 2013
Afinia's L801 Label Printer is perfect for label and print shops, with its Memjet technology, 60 feet per minute print speed and vibrant color output. Wasatch SoftRIP will expand the capability of the L801 by adding PMS color matching and variable data printing, which are especially important for logistics and identification applications.
"We are pleased to be working with Afinia on their L801 Label Printer to bring this revolutionary technology to market," said Ashley Wanlass, Senior Marketing Specialist with Wasatch Computer Technology, LLC.
Wasatch SoftRIP optimizes L801 performance, in terms of color reproduction, throughput speeds, and workflow efficiency. It provides interactive previews, control of image size and cropping, color correction, and unmatched control of ICC profiles throughout the entire color workflow. Wasatch SoftRIP is available in Large, Small or Desktop editions.
The L801 is designed for label printing houses, brand owners and logistics applications. Priced at $8,995US, including a 1-year warranty, the L801 brings enterprise-type printing speed and quality to smaller organizations.
Afinia, a division of Microboards Technology, LLC, is a leader in specialized printing solutions. Their 20-year history includes leadership in disc duplication, desktop 3D printing and labeling. Microboards is known for being the first company to bring CD/DVD recordable technology to market in the 1990's. More recently, Afinia entered the desktop 3D printing space with their award-winning H-Series 3D printer.
Wasatch Computer Technology, headquartered in Salt Lake City, has been developing innovative graphic arts and print management software for over 30 years. They are known for their intuitive, easy-to-learn software and superior quality output. The SoftRIP family of products includes RIP and Print Management software for printing applications ranging from sign and poster to film positives to photo labs.