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Drytac Expands Web-based Resources with Newly Integrated Print Media Profile Portal

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Drytac has expanded its web-based resources by developing a new online portal that integrates color profiles for its print media. Customers can easily access and download profiles via the portal by creating an account and selecting specific search criteria including Drytac print media, printer manufacturer and RIP manufacturer.

 

The profile portal allows users to access technical settings of profiles for media printed on Roland, HP, Mimaki, and Epson printers. Users can also receive the latest information about print media profiles as it becomes available.

Drytac has expanded its web-based resources by developing a new online portal that integrates color profiles for its print media. Customers can easily access and download profiles via the portal by creating an account and selecting specific search criteria including Drytac print media, printer manufacturer and RIP manufacturer.

 

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The profile portal allows users to access technical settings of profiles for media printed on Roland, HP, Mimaki, and Epson printers. Users can also receive the latest information about print media profiles as it becomes available.

 

Darren Speizer, Drytac vice president of sales and marketing, notes, “Print media profiles are essential for optimizing the match between printer and material. Without them, there is no guarantee that output will be of the highest quality. Our new portal provides users with assurance that they are getting the most from their media and printer, and in turn, saving time and money.”

 

To access profiles for Drytac print media, visit https://drytac.color-base.com/.
 

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