When HP announced a new fleet of commercial and labels and packaging digital presses in early 2020 they set a new benchmark for the industry in terms of image quality and productivity. The PDF print engine that powers this fleet is Harlequin®; it’s at the heart of the PrintOS Production Pro Digital Front End (DFE).
Ellerhold Group specialises in XXL Point of Sale display products, labels and packaging and is the market leader in printing posters for indoor and outdoor advertising. Ellerhold uses Global Graphics Software’s ScreenPro™ with PrintFlat™ technology on its MLM_2600_NG digital printing machine.
Racami LLC is a fast-growing and innovative multi-national software and IT services company that improves the performance of customer communication processes and advances multi-channel initiatives. Its flagship customer communications management (CCM) platform Alchem-e™ uses Mako™ to clean up PDF files from multiple sources.
Mark Andy is a leading manufacturer of narrow- and mid-web printing and finishing equipment, supplying leading global brands with a range of Mark Andy and Presstek printing presses, Rotoflex finishing solutions, as well as a complete line of Mark Andy Print Products consumables and pressroom supplies.
Delphax Solutions Inc. is a designer and manufacturer of high speed digital inkjet presses that enhance efficiencies for publishers, direct marketers and other commercial print customers. Global Graphics’ Harlequin technology powers Delphax’s new generation of products, such as the elan 250 and 500 cut-sheet inkjet presses.
To add value to the Roland VersaWorks Dual RIP and print management software supplied with their inkjet printers and to provide customers with the ability to efficiently handle ever larger and complicated color files, Roland adopted Global Graphics’ Harlequin RIP® engine.
Global Graphics’ Harlequin RIP® and ScreenPro™ screening engine optimize data throughput in Durst Symphony™, the new Durst workflow. Symphony drives the Durst Tau 330 digital and packaging presses, including Durst’s new Tau 330 RSC which runs at 78 lin. meters/min for 8 color separation with 1200 x 1200 print resolution.
OKI Data Americas, a subsidiary of OKI Data Corporation of Japan, serves the graphic arts and production and specialty printing markets with the OKI proColor Series digital production printers. The Harlequin RIP is available with the C900 multi-media production platform and drives the C711DW and pro511DW digital web presses.
Kodak’s Graphic Communications Group provides commercial printers, packaging printers, publishers, data printers, and enterprises with one of the broadest portfolios of technologies, products, and services in the graphic communications and document capture industries. Kodak Composer Software uses Global Graphics’ technology, which also provides support for Kodak Approval Halftone Proofer and Kodak Versamark Printing Systems.
Global Graphics supplies technology for the SX9000 high- speed Kanji digital printer from Canon Production Printing Systems, formerly SIS. The SX9000 printer is used for the production of bank statements, invoices and direct mail and is capable of handling vast quantities of Japanese data. SIS first gave computers the ability to process Japanese Kanji characters in the 1970s.
The CLOUDFLOW platform is a compact, modern, and modular system for running automated graphics production workflows. The Harlequin RIP provides a complete feature set for all printing techniques with full control of screen sets and calibration and with extensive packaging specific controls.
Global Graphics’ technology is at the core of Agfa’s newspaper workflows. A high-performance solution that manages color production tasks including RIPping, previewing, storing and transferring files to the proper image setting device, :Arkitex software drives a variety of imagers including capstan, color drum recorders, computer-to-plate, laser printers and transmission systems.
Tokyo Kikai Seisakusho (TKS) of Japan use the Harlequin RIP to drive their inkjet newspaper press. The web fed JETLEADER 1500 is used for high-speed, full-color digital newspaper production, printing 600 x 600 dpi duplex at 150 metres per minute. TKS also makes use of in-RIP imposition, color management and trapping.