The Harlequin RIP gives the best performance and output quality for digital production printing, especially at high-speed. It is proven in the field with the first Harlequin-based digital presses being introduced from 2002. And if you’re looking for PDL solutions for embedded controllers there is an embedded version of the Harlequin core for use in low memory environments.
Jaws is a fast, compact and architecturally open RIP kernel that is used in a wide variety of solutions from integration into software solutions that drive wide-format and specialty printers to high-quality PDL conversion for document and printing applications.
Fundamentals is a software and engineering services package for inkjet press manufacturers that helps them get to market quicker. It overcomes technical hurdles involved in developing a new press such as chaining and clustering, obtaining crisp bar codes and small text and inkjet head calibration.
ScreenPro is a multi-level screening engine that will complement any workflow. It overcomes technical hurdles involved in developing a new press such as chaining and clustering, obtaining crisp bar codes and small text. Used with grayscale heads, multi-pass systems or page wide arrays driving high speed inkjet at blistering speeds.
Mako is a multi-platform technology (mobile, desktop and cloud) that allows developers unrivalled access to the building blocks of the digital page and the freedom to change any aspect of the document. Mako is equally adept with interactive, desktop or web applications as it is for high-speed document processing for prepress solutions.