In the past the upgrade from one version to another needed to be done manually and took time and patience. Thanks to the integrated function for backup and restore in version 8.11 the update can be done fully automatically and without hassles. Continue reading
!!!***UPDATE Mimaki JFX200 MAPS2 Support***!!! When using the Mimaki JFX500 with firmware version 2.0 or higher certain print resolutions now support MAPS2. But what is MAPS2 you may ask? And which advantages do these supported print modes have? These and other questions will be answered in the below blog.
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When using the HP Latex 360 it can come to slower print starts when printing larger jobs. This is due to the thumbnail which is generated for the preview in the HP L360. Continue reading
We are often asked how to import and use color tables (Pantone, RAL) in the ColorGATE software. In this blog we will explain how to do this.
In this blog entry I would like to explain the functionality of the different settings when using Ink splitting.
Since version 8.10 ColorGATE we provide a helpful Support tool.
Often we have been asked which printers we recommend for Filmgate. In our new Filmgate brochure we attend to this topic with the focus on Epson Printer.
The following techblog entry gives a short insight into the epson printer overview for Filmgate8.
ColorGATE is pleased to announce the full support of the Summa S2 OPOS barcode in our CutServer.
Hello and welcome to our guide for the linearization assistant. Since the process contains many steps and every user has a different background knowledge and/or experience with our software this guide is divided into 3 parts. This way we ensure that you can just skip to the part where you need some more information or hints.
With version 8 our dongles use a new encryption method which offers a higher security level.
Unfortunately this encryption is not supported by Windows XP, which causes an incompatibility between this OS and our Version 8. Even though this decision was not easy, it was the right one. Windows XP was introduced to the market in 2001 and its support will be discontinued on April 8th 2014. Working with Windows XP will cause high security risks from then on.
Microsoft is highly recommending to upgrade the OS – and so do we.
In case of any questions please let us know.