Orbus Exhibit & Display Group, a North American supplier of display, exhibit and event solutions, is partnering with ErgoSoft to enhance color-matching and print quality as well as streamline the company’s printing processes.
“ErgoSoft’s ‘RIP Solution’ is the complete solution for handling all of our graphic-printing needs. From its integrated color-profiling software to its automated cutting functionality, ErgoSoft provides virtually every feature we could need or want to produce a higher quality print graphic,” said Jaime Herand, director of graphic operations, Orbus Exhibit & Display.
Greater efficiencies are achieved through automation and streamlined processes, and Orbus’ use of the RIP Solution will elevate the company’s already high level for graphics standards. ErgoSoft’s sophisticated color features gives Orbus a wider color gamut and closer, more vibrant matches for Pantone colors, resulting in a better quality print for its customers.
Despite taking on a new printing process, work has proceeded without at hitch at Orbus.
“Under the direction of Jaime Herand, the Orbus graphics department proved that it is possible to implement new RIP technology while maintaining a rigorous production schedule. The challenge of printing legacy work while introducing new technology to improve color fidelity, color matching, and production efficiencies proved inconsequential when compared to the resulting improvements,” said Robert Nute, director of business development, ErgoSoft.
Each of Orbus’ facilities is fully equipped with the new RIP Solution equipment in addition to its G7 Master Print certification.
The Orbus Exhibit & Display Group is a privately owned group of companies specializing in the manufacture and trade-only supply of portable modular and custom modular, exhibit and display products, graphics and solutions. ErgoSoft provides high-fidelity digital-printing solutions by developing feature-specific and production-oriented applications to optimize image quality, color accuracy and production speed for digital-printing environments.