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Thread: Creo VS Fiery

  1. #1
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    Creo VS Fiery

    Hey everybodys,

    Pls give me your point of view about the server of CANON between Creo and Fiery.

    Thanks and appreciated

  2. #2
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    IMO,
    For Hi End color and Variable Data, Creo wins
    For ease of use and good enough color Fiery wins

    Also, depends upon how new each is... new ColorTools in Fiery are way better than 2 years ago.

  3. #3
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    Hi Joe,

    THanks for your comment. pls go in detail to make comparation between 4300 server (Creo) and Fiery 3100

    Thanks

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    What are you trying to do with the engine and the RIP... if you do or plan to do variable data, the Creo is much better.
    Built in Impo on the Creo is better, Fiery hardware is older and expensive to upgrade. Color seems more stable on the Creo over long runs and is easily matched on a rerun. Both will do simple RIP and imposition but overall the Creo is faster and more dependable. BUt usually has a longer learning curve to master. I spec Creo if both are available.

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    I'm considering to purchase the press so I need your advise to clear about sever to make right decision. Thanks

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  7. #6
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    Hi really interested to do graphic jobs, creo is much better for consistency and color matching

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