Are you tired of seeing the vivid colors on your screen turn into a muddy brown once printed, or having objects “rubber stamp” themselves on opposing pages of a book or magazine? No worries. This article tells you all you need to know about excess ink coverage and how to solve the issue in a heartbeat.
When you open a PDF file and the application tells you that there are missing fonts, you know that there’s trouble ahead. Not only will the PDF not display properly on screen, you can also forget about getting a print that looks the way the creator of the file intended. But, luckily for you, you’re not the first person to come across the problem of missing fonts in PDFs. This article explains why missing fonts occur and how you can fix the problem in a jiffy!
Picture this: You’re reading an article on automation because you’re genuinely interested and respect the people involved. Suddenly you’re giggling like a child because they mention your product. Not only that, they mention it in the best way possible: “Switch is the Swiss Army knife of applications”.
More and more offset printing companies are adopting digital print technology. Those who don’t are starting to question whether they should do so, at least for certain types of jobs. According to a global study by Smithers Pira, the future of the digital printing market is looking bright, to say the least.
At Enfocus, we’ve been working hard on the business itineraries of both Switch and PitStop — two proven solutions that have earned their stripes at small and big print sites all over the globe. Last week, together with our product management team, I saw first-hand how the Enfocus solutions are benefiting the US graphic arts market during our week-long visit to Chicago for PRINT 17.