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CGS to showcase updated version of packaging design software

PKBR Staff Writer Published 12 October 2017

CGS said it will present the latest version 5.0 of iC3D and also showcase tools as well as all-in-one solutions at this month’s Packaging That Sells Conference in Chicago, US.

The Germany-based company which also operates in the Americas said that it will target brand owners and packaging designers alike with its innovations.

According to CGS, iC3D has the ability to produce accurate 3D digital prototypes and press-ready proofs in matter of minutes.

The latest version of the packaging design software comes with added features like Point Editor, UVW Editor, Physics Simulator, Sealed Shrink, Advanced Shape Modeller and Spritzing aimed towards realism capabilities and shape modeling.

CGS USA regional sales manager John Keane said: “With modern packaging continually adapting to the latest trends, brand owners recognize the importance of realistic mockups and speed-to-market.

“The latest version of iC3D not only gets packaging to shelf faster than the competition, but also allows for unprecedented levels of control over the shape and form of any packaging design.”

The latest version of the software is claimed to be ideally suited with the newly expanded capabilities of ORIS Flex Pack // Web Visualizer.

Users can simulate high-end packaging with precise finishing effects with the ORIS Varnish & Emboss Option and the ORIS Cold Foil Solution, stated CGS. With this, brands can get an actual physical mockup of their package and thereby enhance the effectiveness of their packaging before it gets printed.

Keane concluded that while iC3D provides a competitive edge to brands with the speeding up of the ideation process, ORIS Flex Pack // Web Visualizer takes it further ahead.