Color-Logic’s customer certifies new Fujifilm Revoria Digital Press license

Same Day Printing is example of how process-agnostic Color-Logic process is

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Color-Logic’s customer certifies new Fujifilm Revoria Digital Press license
Fujifilm Revoria model PC1120 Digital Press. Photo: Fujifilm

Color-Logic has announced the first customer certification of the new Fujifilm Revoria model PC1120 Digital Press at Same Day Printing in Melbourne, Australia. Discussing the certification, Mark Geeves, the company’s director of Sales and Marketing, said, “Same Day Printing, a Color-Logic licensee since 2019, was able to implement their existing license on their new Fujifilm Revoria at no charge. The Color-Logic license is for a site, not for a given term or a specific press or process, which now allows Same Day Press to use, without additional cost, the Color-Logic metallic printing system with their new Fujifilm Revoria as well as their previous Ricoh press.” 

Continuing his discussion, Geeves said, “Same Day Printing is just another example of how process-agnostic the Color-Logic process is. Not only can Color-Logic licensees use the system with all the digital presses at a site, but with lithographic, flexographic, and other processes with a single perpetual site license. Users consistently tell us they are amazed at all the different press models and processes they can use to create sparkling metallics with Color-Logic. This feature is particularly valuable as brands extend their unique packaging and collateral material without the need to work with several printers.”

 It develops color communication systems and software tool sets for various special effect printing applications. It also provides brand owners, product managers, corporations, and their advertising agencies the ability to differentiate themselves and their clients with a simple print production process that yields dramatic results. Its decorative effects utilize the existing workflows of printers and designers, yielding dynamic results without the use of special equipment and supports the value of print and works with designers and printers to enhance their printed media.

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