USA – American multinational computer software company, Adobe has launched Adobe PDF Print Engine 6 which expands color horizon for commercial and packaging printers.

The latest version includes features that will unleash the power of emerging technologies, standards, and workflows.

While commercial printing continues its recovery from the business impact of the Covid-19 pandemic, industrial printing continues its rapid growth with the development of innovative applications that harness the power of inkjet in new ways.

The capabilities in PDF Print Engine 6 will empower all print segments, delivering exceptional print quality, maximum efficiency and increased automation with print-time decisions based on job intelligence.

PDF Print Engine 6 is optimized and updated to take full advantage of the latest system hardware and imaging science.

The new color features in version 6 will accelerate the adoption of spectral colors by brand owners and increase market traction for single-inkset production workflows, driving both digital and analog presses.

The Adobe Print Family is proud to launch version 6 of PDF Print Engine, our flagship imaging platform for commercial, packaging and textile printing,” said Amit Dayal, VP and GM, Digital Advertising, Learning and Publishing, Adobe.

The new features in PDF Print Engine 6 will accelerate workflows and boost productivity. Most importantly, it will give print service providers the edge they need to capture new business and grow profits.”

Prepress operators can leverage and precisely control the full-color palette available on the press, for vivid and accurate reproduction of corporate brand colors, graphics and images.

The reduced switching overhead between jobs will save time and money, especially as average run lengths continue to decline.

In an industry with a market value of US$411.99 billion and expected to rise to US$ 472.35 billion by 2026, commercial printing has adopted new technologies.

New versions of graphic design software are enabling easier workflows, stronger file compatibilities, and more collaboration between designers and end-users.

Thanks to greater software flexibility, projects can be completed more cost-effectively from almost any geographic location, although there is a bit of a learning curve before users can master these tools.

Businesses favoring software over film media and traditional print are experiencing stronger returns on investment, encouraging the training of staff to master these tools.

The American company together and its print partners have been collaborating on advanced technologies to deliver the fastest and highest quality print to the consumers.

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