Blog

Preflight: Putting the Right Pieces in Place

PRESS COVERAGE: This month we are proud to work with Print Solutions magazine and provide a comprehensive overview of the best practices of preflighting. 

Our very own preflight guru, Andrew Bailles-Collins, PitStop Senior Product manager, talks to Print Solution Editor Susan Wright about this vital part of the production workflow. 

13 Mar 2018 by Deborah Corn

PODCAST: Why automation is key to print business success

Enfocus Managing Director, Wim Fransen chats with Podcast host and industry commentator, Deborah Corn, about the future of print and some of the interesting changes Enfocus is witnessing in the market. 

6 Mar 2018 by Toon Van Rossum

Stressed operator: don’t let burnout become rife in prepress

Stress and burnout are becoming a rather common phenomenon in the workplace. Especially in fast-paced work environments where time is money, errors can’t be afforded and repetitive tasks are prioritized over creativity and imagination. Sounds like your prepress division? You may be onto something.

20 Feb 2018 by WhatTheyThink.com

How to handle disparate data in an automated workflow

PRESS COVERAGE: Last month our Managing Director, Wim Fransen, sat down with David Zwang, the Contributing Editor at What They Think, to discuss the merits of building a lights out automated workflow through job on-boarding, and preflight and how Enfocus Switch and PitStop play important roles.

6 Feb 2018 by Toon Van Rossum

Are these 4 bottlenecks leading your print and prepress to chaos?

Adopting and sustaining a smooth workflow is crucial for any business. Commercial printers in particular are challenged by an increasing demand for short runs and custom jobs – and simply investing in extra hardware just doesn’t cut it anymore. Unless workflows are optimized, the following bottlenecks will occur and lead any printing business to chaos.

16 Jan 2018 by Andrew Bailes-Collins

Back to black: how to print ‘deep’ or ‘rich black’

Using black ink for offset printing can be a tricky business. We’ve all been there, scratching our heads when we see a supposedly jet black area turn out grayish, greenish or even bluish in print. Fortunately, graphic designers and printers have a few tricks up their sleeves to solve this common printing problem and create what is known in the printing industry as rich black or deep black.