UK based company MeadCo has launched ScriptX software for the printing and packaging industry.
According to MeadCo, ScriptX enables HTML pages, PDFs, labels, barcodes, wristbands, badges and more - basically any browser-hosted content - to be printed in a consistent format, from every networked Microsoft Windows computer.
Jerry Mead, CEO of MeadCo - the creators of ScriptX - said: "From individual barcodes and labels to large-run printing jobs, the printing and packaging sector needs mission-critical documents to be printed consistently and efficiently to operate at the highest level of accuracy. With ScriptX, items printed from Internet Explorer will have consistent headers, footers, margins, orientation and much more. This is essential for large-scale organisations where standardisation and total control are required. Once the particular print job is complete, the individual user's default print settings are automatically restored."
Among the identifying features of ScriptX are faster, automated printing without the need to cancel or complete pop-up print dialogue boxes; consistency of headers, footers, orientation, margins across whole print job; automatic return to individual print settings as soon as a specific print job has been completed; printing of express jobs in the right format at the right location so that they can be processed accurately and rapidly and production of instant copies of documents.