Social Print Experiment Adopts Dynagram’s inpO2 Imposition
Dynagram, a leader in innovative imposition technologies, announced that the Social Print Experiment in San Diego has adopted Dynagram’s inpO2 for Adobe Acrobat as its imposition software. The Social Print Experiment was an idea developed as a way to chronicle the first year of a startup digital printing company using tools widely available today.
To meet their need for productivity and simplicity, the Social Print Experiment has implemented inpO2 with the Automation Module. With this module, they will automate all of their common imposition layouts producing a “drag and drop” imposition workflow that will link with their web-to-print system to provide an “order-to-print” solution.
"The success of the Social Print Experiment depends in part on how well we optimize our workflow and minimize our production footprint” said Andrew Simmons, vice president at the Social Print Experiment. “inpO2 is one of the tools that will help us achieve that goal by minimizing our prepress labor”.
“The Social Print Experiment is a very interesting project and we’re excited to be part of it,” said Michael Reiher, director of sales and marketing at Dynagram. “Automation is so important for today’s modern printer to meet the demands of shorter runs and keep them cost effective. inpO2 Automation is a perfect compliment to their digital production needs”.
inpO2 is a modular imposition solution integrated with Adobe Acrobat 8.0/9.0 for the MacOS and Windows platforms. inpO2 Basic with the Automation Module provides “drag and drop” production for all common offset and digital printing impositions.
Special features include:
• Unlimited workflows.
• Dynamic layout sizing based on the source document.
• Special and custom layouts for step & repeat work.
• Automatic work and turn generation for bound work.
inpO2 is available directly from Dynagram or from any authorized distributor/reseller worldwide.
For more information on price, e-mail Dynagram sales at firstname.lastname@example.org.