iEcho digital cutting table and EngView packaging software

Emerging Graphics participates in Pamex 2017

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Emerging Graphics will run a demonstration of a digital cutting table with dimension of 1.1 x 1.3 meter from iEcho

Dubai-headquartered Emerging Graphics supplies a variety of solutions to the print and packaging industry. In India, the company has its office in Navi Mumbai with sales offices in Ahmedabad, Indore and New Delhi. At the upcoming Pamex 2017, the company will showcase software solutions for packaging customers as well as a digital cutting table.

EngView, a package and display designer suite, is an integrated CAD/CAM software for 2D design of folding carton, corrugated and rigid board. Another software that will be shown is PaSharp from China-based Founders. This suite of prepress productivity tools has evolved from Founder’s 30 years of accumulated research and development experience in the graphic arts. The PaSharp suite offers professional trapping tools, specialized step and repeat functions for packaging as well as a series of editing tools enabling prepress operators to boost efficiency and produce higher quality work.

PaSharp has achieved good performance in offset, flexo and gravure prepress fields, and has been used in combination with mainstream CtP and workflow software of Founder, Kodak, Screen, Agfa and Heidelberg.

Another offering from Founder to be shown by Emerging Graphics will be EagleRIP, which creates PDF and PostScript jobs. EagleRIP provides support for features within PDF 1.7 and PostScript 3. It supports over 100 CtP, CtF, Indigo press, laser printer and digital proofer devices, as well as 1 bit TIFF, 8-bit TIFF and Winprint output used by most leading vendor print devices.

Emerging Graphics will also run a demonstration of a digital cutting table with dimension of 1.1 x 1.3 meter from iEcho. “We are looking to focus on potential customers eager to foray into the packaging business and who want cost-effective solutions to start off their business,” says Tushar Pande of Emerging Graphics.

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