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  • 21 Jul 2020

Xitron develops user interface for Colordyne

Xitron has developed the user interface (UI) for Colordyne’s 2800 Series AP – Retrofit systems

Xitron, a prepress software and RIP specialist, has developed the user interface (UI) for Colordyne’s 2800 Series AP – Retrofit systems using Memjet’s DuraFlex printhead technology.

The 2800 Series AP – Retrofit UI delivers an intelligent operating system consisting of intuitive buttons for ease of use, variable data capabilities and fast RIP speeds to maximize the engine’s efficiency. While using the software, all of the applications are available on a single screen. It is also a web-based UI that allows an easy access for remote working and support locations.

‘Colordyne provided continuous feedback during the development of the 2800 Series AP – Retrofit UI including testing and change requests for the application interface,’ said Karen Crews, president of Xitron. ‘This experience has strengthened our partnership with Colordyne, and we look forward to continuing our successful business relationship.’

‘Our strategic partnership with Xitron allowed us to speed up the software development process,’ added John Urban, engineering director of Colordyne. ‘Xitron worked directly with our team to create and deliver a UI that fits the needs of the 2800 Series AP – Retrofit and our customers. The Colordyne team provided the technical specifications and software testing to support a collaborative design effort. We are happy with how the UI turned out and look forward to future projects with Xitron.’

The new UI is also easily brandable for Colordyne SIPs integrating the ChromaPlex LT print engine into their presses and print technologies. Currently, Colordyne and Xitron are working together on customized options and next-generation projects coming to the market soon.

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