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print applications of jdf

Print Applications of JDF

James E. Harvey

CIP4 Organization

[email protected]

who is cip4
Who is CIP4?
  • International Standards Association
  • Registered DoJ/FTC Standards Development Organization
  • Shares code, tools and examples
  • Interoperability Testing
  • News, references, User Forums and educational information
  • Over 300 member companies
history
History
  • June 2000 – CIP4 formed
  • May 2001 – JDF 1.0
  • May 2002 – JDF 1.1
  • Sept 2002 – JDF 1.1a
  • May 2004 – JDF 1.2
  • Jan 2005 – ICS Documents
  • Sept 2005 – JDF 1.3

–Alpha

–Beta

–Production-ready

–Extensions & improvements

–Web Printing, Advertising, & Packaging

jdf availability
JDF Availability
  • “JDF Marketplace”(http://www.cip4.org/marketplace/intro.php)
  • 127 listings in March 2004
  • As of 7 September 2005
    • 184 products and services
    • 360 listings
    • From 61 companies
  • Unlisted — 50+ additional products(non-members and OEM/VAR resellers; many small MIS systems vendors)
installations
Installations
  • Who is using JDF?

(based on a June sample survey of CIP4’s 136 vendors)

    • There are between 2425 and 2878 current JDF installations (95% confidence)
    • There are between 6233 and 6686 companies pending purchase of JDF systems. (95% confidence)
  • See www.cip4.org/cippi/ for award winning case studies
cippi case studies most innovative use of process automation technology
CIPPI Case StudiesMost innovative use of process automation technology

Druckerei Bauer KG, Vienna, Austria

  • Incorporated Hiflex MIS System, Muller Martini AG PrimaPlus AMRYS saddle-stitcher, MAN Roland presses equipped with the PECOM system
  • Reduced make-ready process for basic set-up from about 10 minutes to 3 minutes on Stichers
  • $622,741 improvement in Net Profit attributed to:
    • faster make-ready on presses
    • Improvement of the (now digital) internal communication processes
    • Increase in automation, transparency and flexibility
  • ROI of 220% in first year of operations
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CIPPI Case StudiesMost innovative use of process automation technology

Williamson Printing Corporation, Dallas, TX

  • Incorporated Esko-Graphics Scope workflow version 1.0, Kodak (Creo) UpFront Version 3.1, Heidelberg cutters
  • Eliminated manual imposition and automated stitcher setup
  • Prepress operator time to recreate an imposition has been reduced by 95% per job
  • Job latency has been reduced by one hour
cippi case studies biggest improvement in efficiency and customer responsiveness
CIPPI Case StudiesBiggest improvement in efficiency and customer responsiveness

Kraft Druck und Verlag GmbH, Ettlingen, Germany

  • Incorporated Kodak (Creo) Prinergy Workflow System 2.3, Kodak (Creo) Synapse Link 2.0, MAN Roland presses running the PECOM system, Hiflex MIS System
  • An increase in productive hours of +9.6% , ROI of 446.5% within five years, IRR of 168%
  • Elimination of full-time scheduler position
  • The CSR can automatically generate invoices because materials are now automatically booked with 100% accuracy against the job
  • CSRs provide customers with more precise information, much faster, thus considerably improving customer services and responsiveness
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CIPPI Case StudiesBiggest improvement in efficiency and customer responsiveness

Lavigne Inc, Worcester, MA

  • Incorporated Printable Technologies PrintOne Customer Center (ASP web to print software) and HP/Indigo ProductionFlow Version 1.1
  • Automated ordering and prepress
  • 92% reduction in customer processing costs
  • Added only two people while
    • Increasing the number of end users from 150 to over 42,000
    • Increased orders processed per month from 25 to over 700 orders per month
cippi case studies best cost benefit realization
CIPPI Case StudiesBest cost/benefit realization

Action Printing, Fond du Lac, WI

  • Incorporated Muller Martini Prima with AMRYS (Saddle Stitcher) and Kodak (Creo) UpFront Software
  • Reduced average setup time from 85 minutes to 24 minutes
  • Eliminated one of three stitcher lines while increasing work by 17%
  • Breakeven of 3.2 years
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CIPPI Case StudiesBest cost/benefit realization

Druckhaus Berlin-Mitte GmbH (DBM), Berlin, Germany

  • Products incorporated MAN Roland presses equipped with PECOM system including and Hiflex MIS System
  • Reduced job data entry from four iterations to one
  • Manual entry of job data in PECOM is no longer required
  • Morning production meeting reduced from 30 to 10 minutes, afternoon meeting cancelled — A saving of seven man-hours per day
  • 20% increase in productive hours in two years
  • ROI of 991.9 % within five years
  • IRR of 236%
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What Does JDF Do?
  • One common language that supports the lifecycle of a print job (e.g., “the job ticket standard”)
  • A flexible method for configuration of plant automation, workflows, and job production
  • Common controller language — for command and control of all production devices on the plant floor
  • Device Capabilities — Automating the handshake between devices (new in JDF 1.2)
data sources
Data Sources
  • Customer files and meta data
  • JDF-enabled preflight software
  • Customers entry via your company’s website or via an e-commerce partner
  • Defaults and presets on your own equipment
  • Job “profiles” and defaults set in your “MIS systems”
  • Direct entry
what can jmf do
What Can JMF Do?
  • JMF controller may “register” w/ JDF-enabled MIS system
  • The JMF controller may report information about the devices it supports to the JDF MIS system
  • The JMF controller may report events, status, and results (or responses) to the JDF MIS system –including the phase a job is in, counts, employees working the device, waste, and so on
  • One JMF controller may communicate to another
  • JDF MIS system may manage the controller/device’s job queue
where to start
Where to Start?
  • Make someone responsible
  • Pick a path (Customer or market where the impact will be greatest)
  • Get your feet wet and prove out the ROI
  • Document your current environment
  • Discuss your vendors upgrade path
  • Buy smart and make JDF part of your SOP and purchasing policy
jdf expert certificate seminars
Intents

Processes

Structures

Schema

Program Content

XML

Devices

Preflighting

Postpress

Prepress

Printing

JDF Expert Certificate Seminars
the future of jdf
The Future of JDF
  • JDF 1.3
    • Packaging
    • Advertising
    • Authentication
    • Web production
  • Additional ICS’s
    • Publishing to Prepress
    • Imposition
    • Prepress Manger to Prepress
    • Stripping
    • Format Conversion
    • Intent to Imposition
thank you
Thank You

For more information visit WWW.CIP4.ORG

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