Barbieri is excited to announce that the Inèdit software neoStampa Delta version 10.0.6 is now supporting the Spectro LFP qb Textile Edition with his chart recognition.
The company’s build-in solution to avoid wrong measurements caused by distorted charts can guarantee precise color measurements on digitally printed textile materials.
This intelligent measurement technology is perfect for top performance in professional digital printing.
Barbieri made a step forward to automate readings in digital textile printing and with neoStampa RIP we make sure that every color is printed as expected.Luca Sandron, Global Account Director at Inèdit
We are happy that it now offers full integration of our Spectro LFP qb textile edition with automated chart measurements during linearization and profiling process. This is essential to achieve and maintain color excellence in digital textile printing on a variety of textile materials.Stefan Barbieri, CEO at Barbieri electronic
It is based on the Spectro LFP qb and has dedicated software and accessories who makes it possible to measure fully automatically and with highest precision and repeatability any kind of textiles and fabrics.
The special holder fixes the textile firmly, the camera and according software detects the center of each patch to be measured and the measurements will be done fully automatically – even if the chart is distorted!
The measurement head can be detached for manual spot measurements and results sent to the computer. Two devices in one and automatic and spot measurements done with the same device which leads to a maximum accuracy.
- Special textile holder for easy and secure fixation of textile for measurements
- Sensing Unit: Camera and and special software algorithms to detect the center of each patch in order also distorted charts can be measured automatically.
- Air blowing system to prevent textile fibers contaminate the optics
- Detachable measuring head (spectral unit) for spot color measurements
- Textiles which can entirely be automatically measured: cotton, silk, polyester, viscose, cotton, wool, linen and mixed fabrics.