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Xerox Creo Spire Color Server Specifications

For xerox igen3 110 and xerox igen3 90 digital production presses.
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Creo Spire Color Server
We work...how you work...so you can work how you want.
By supporting the most common offset workflows, including Brisque
Prinergy
®
, the Creo Spire Color Server makes sure you get the most out of
your current investment in technology. By leveraging Networked Graphics
Production
(NGP), hot folders, and CT/LW, Creo enables a process that
TM
is complete and robust in graphic arts, while accommodating the unique
requirements of digital printing. In short, Creo doesn't force you into
working in new ways—it simply makes the way you
In addition, Xerox FreeFlow
, which is based on open architectures and
TM
standards, ensures you have simple access to the industry's most
comprehensive collection of Xerox and partner solutions that span all
aspects of workflow—from design to delivery.
Control only Creo can provide.
With a wide range of practical tools to automate, facilitate, and streamline
job preparation, Creo engineers obviously had prepress operators in mind
when they developed their color server for the iGen3. Functionality like
pre- and post-RIP imposition to handle last-minute changes, preview/edit
capabilities, and post-RIP brightness and contrast controls all contribute
to jobs printing exactly as they are intended.
and replaced on-the-fly at print time, saving both RIP time and disk space.
Variable-data printing made easy...and powerful.
®
and
With the Creo Spire Color Server, printing a variable-data job is as easy
as printing a static job. All the most popular variable-data formats are
supported, including Creo Variable Print Specification (VPS), Xerox VIPP
PPML, PDF, and PostScript
authoring application depending on the requirements of the job.
better.
already work
And the best part is: you don't have to sacrifice any quality, productivity,
or convenience to print a variable-data job. All standard Creo features, such
as pre-RIP and post-RIP preview, dynamic page exceptions (enabling
multistock jobs), imposition, image enhancements, and color management,
are supported for variable-data printing. Each element (image, text or
graphic) is RIPped once and can be reused many times within the same
or other jobs.
Creo has always been synonymous with exceptional color. And now,
working in unison with Xerox iGen3 Digital Production Presses, it has
evolved to become much, much more. You have powerful variable data
capabilities, productivity-enhancing features, and the color you've come to
expect from Creo—all wrapped neatly in a Color Server that lets you work
the way you want, the way you've already mastered.
Xerox iGen3
To boost productivity, Automatic Picture Replacement (APR),
a powerful feature exclusive to Creo Color Servers, allows
operators to work with low-resolution images before jobs
are sent to print. The high-resolution images are held at the server
, so you can choose the right variable-data
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Creo
®
Spire
Color Server for
110 and Xerox iGen3
®
Digital Production Presses
S p e c i f i c a t i o n s
90
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  • Page 1 By supporting the most common offset workflows, including Brisque Prinergy ® , the Creo Spire Color Server makes sure you get the most out of your current investment in technology. By leveraging Networked Graphics Production (NGP), hot folders, and CT/LW, Creo enables a process that is complete and robust in graphic arts, while accommodating the unique requirements of digital printing.
  • Page 2 ® ® ® appearance, build status and/or specifications are subject to change without notice. Revised 6/07. Printed on a Xerox iGen3 Digital Production Press using a Creo Spire Color Server on Xerox Digitally Optimized Paper. iGen3 110 and Xerox ®...

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