OneVision has released the latest software generation 22.2. New features and connectivity options allow print service providers to further automate their production processes.
The system landscapes of print service providers are usually structured very individually and differently. As XML-based middleware, OneVision software can be connected to other software and hardware components. In addition to the many existing data interfaces, the new version now also allows connection to Google Drive and HTTP data sources.
Additionally, options for integration with additional processing systems have been implemented. A newly developed module allows the preparation of cut lines in already imposed sheets for the Duplo DocuCutter DC-618 and DC-648. Additionally, marks and barcodes can be applied to sheets as additional information. Duplo’s multi-finishers can thus be configured automatically.
Another new feature is a connection to OptiScout. This feature prepares print files for transfer to the OptiScout system and allows integration with countless digital cutting systems such as Colex, Bullmer and Eastman Cuts.
The nesting module has been extended with new features. The intelligent print transfer is said to reduce RIP times and stabilize the entire workflow. The nesting of large patterns has been optimized. Print service providers working with a cutting system from Kongsberg Precision Cutting Systems can expect support for under-view cameras.