neoStampa. RIP Software, a benchmark of the digital
textile printing industry.
Compatible with all major brands of printers on the market, neoStampa has a user-friendly interface and is straightforward to use, offering advanced technology for image processing. Its powerful color management engine and multiple options for cost control, image editing, calibration and print profiling make neoStampa the best available solution.
NeoStampa is carefully designed to guarantee a pleasant user experience. You can access most of its features from the main work table and add your designs to the print queue quickly and easily.
A basic and complementary neoStampa tool, this module acts as a straightforward and logical guide to calibrating your printers. In addition, it allows you to create unlimited profiles for all your fabrics, paper types and printers.
With neoControl, an integrated tool in neoStampa, you can monitor the ink consumption of your printer at all times, calculate the cost of current or pending printing assignments, and print and manage your printing costs.
NeoStampa combines multiple tools so you can edit your designs easily. You can copy, crop, resize, rotate and duplicate images, as well as perform other advanced editing options.
Minimum equipment requirements
4GB of RAM (16GB recommended)
500GB hard drive
Supported operating systems
Microsoft Windows XP (Service Pack 3)
Microsoft Windows 7
Microsoft Windows 8
Microsoft Windows 10
x-Rite i1 Pro
x-Rite i1 iO
ColorScout A + KM CM2600D
Supported file formats
Image formats (BMP, RLE, TIF, JPG, PCD, PSD, XJB)
Vectoral/combined formats (EPS, PS, AI, PDF)
Multichannel formats (DCS, DCS 2.0, PSD)
Design formats (CP4, CP5)
Supported color spaces
RGB (supported for embedded prints)
CMYK (supported for embedded prints)
Gray scale (supported for embedded prints)
LAB (CIELAB D50, 2°)
Supported colors and inks
Color combinations of up to 16 colors.
Base inks: cyan, magenta, yellow, black, golden yellow, orange, red, violet, blue, green, brown, beige and pink.
Up to 4 shades of cyan, magenta, yellow and black and 2 light red, green, and blue inks.
Special inks: spot colors, dilution/penetration inks.
Mask ink, white ink and metallic ink.
Fluorescent inks: flavine inks (fluorescent yellow) and rhodamine (fluorescent magenta).
Many of the same color inks can be programed to have a different behavior.