C9 Server – Connecting a to a Fiery CWS

Highlights of the C9 Server with Command WorkStation include the Fiery color management system, which combines industry standards – such as CMYK press emulations, RGB source conversions and PANTONE® libraries – with the flexibility of an open architecture, enabling users to customize specific color matching needs.

Image Enhance Visual Editor allows for quick adjustment of images within print jobs, correcting common color issues and providing a preview of the adjustment’s effect on the image for easy fine-tuning. In addition, Spot-On enables adjusting and managing spot colors used as critical “must-match” colors.

Graphic artists and print shops see how white printing can transform their business

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