Mako is a multi-platform technology for creating, interrogating, manipulating and visualizing PDF documents, offering precise control over color, fonts, images, vector content and more. In this video, Global Graphics product manager David Stevenson gives …
Martin Bailey, CTO at Global Graphics Software, introduces the latest version of the Harlequin RIP®. Martin highlights compatibility with PDF 2.0, Dynamic Overlays and In-RIP bar code generation. Harlequin Version 12 also contains a wealth of features for…
HP Indigo has chosen the Harlequin RIP as the RIP engine inside the HP Production Pro for Indigo Labels & Packaging. This is the new HP digital front end (DFE) designed to drive all HP Indigo digital labels and packaging presses and has been rated as 5x f…
Global Graphics corporate communications director, Jill Taylor, chats to Eric Nelsen of Xitron and Kim Beswick of Memjet about the Trojan 2 digital label press, which includes a Xitron Navigator interface based on the Harlequin RIP and Memjet printheads.
Global Graphics CTO, Martin Bailey, explains what you need in a RIP to drive a digital press in labels & packaging and provides a very high-level view of the features of Harlequin RIPs.
Join us at Labelexpo Europe 2017 on Stand 9B17 to learn more about our screening technology, our BreakThrough Engineering Service and Fundamentals.
Here, we look at the Colordyne 3600 Series Production Class Aqueous device and get the views of our Harlequin-RIP partner Xitron, the inkjet head provider, Memjet, as well as Taylor Buckthorpe, ColorDyne product manager.
Thomas Jensen, product director at TrojanLabel, shows us the capabilities of the Trojan 2, including the easy-to-use touch screen interface from which the operator runs the Harlequin RIP.
Colordyne's Taylor Buckthorpe introduces their new UV inkjet solution at Labelexpo 2017. This latest press includes a Xitron Navigator interface based on the Harlequin RIP, with tighter integration between the RIP and the test controls, focusing on color …
This video gives a preview of a presentation that will be made by Martin Bailey, CTO, Global Graphics Software at the Inkjet Conference, Duesseldorf on 7th October 2015 www.theijc.com. Martin’s presentation is called “Color management is not enough: why…
Intelligent software makes a huge difference to the commercial success of your inkjet press. That's the message that Martin Bailey, CTO at Global Graphics Software, will discuss at the annual Inkjet Conference on 5th and 6th October 2016.
In May 2017 the first new version of the Portable Document Format (PDF) since 2008 will be published. In this webinar, Martin Bailey, CTO of Global Graphics Software, and primary UK expert to the ISO committee that has worked on the development of the PDF…
An explainer video about Global Graphics, a leading developer of platforms for digital printing. This video looks at how the growth in inkjet technology offers new opportunities for the Company’s technology.
Christophe Lievens, Sales and Marketing Director of ThermoFlexX and Jill Taylor, Communications Director of Global Graphics Software, discuss the success of their joint development work on hybrid screens for ThermoFlexX imagers.
Printing live at the Screen Europe stands N4-C330 and WFZ-03 at IPEX 2014. New guide shows how to 'do PDF/VT right' and make problem-free PDF files for variable data printing. Edited by Global Graphics Software; sponsored by Direct Smile, Global Inkjet …
ScreenPro offers high-speed halftone screening & quality improvement for inkjet printers and presses
At the recent Inkjet Conference in Chicago Global Graphics CTO Martin Bailey provided an update on mitigating texture artifacts on inkjet presses using halftone screens: streaking, coalescence, tone steps and the dreaded orange peel mottling.
Global Graphics CTO Martin Bailey presents an update on mitigating texture artifacts on inkjet presses using halftone screens: streaking, coalescence, tone steps and the dreaded orange peel mottling. But improved screening reveals other imperfections, a b…
Gary Fry, CEO at Global Graphics, presents 'What the Customer Wants - how software choices affect the performance of your press.' at the IMI Ink Jet Printing Conference 2017.
Intelligent software makes a huge difference to the commercial success of your inkjet press. That's the message that Martin Bailey, CTO at Global Graphics Software, discusses at the annual Inkjet Conference on 5th and 6th October 2016.
Today the inkjet industry is exploring how to achieve optimal, repeatable image quality. Brand owners expect high-quality output across all their communication channels. Yet many press manufacturers are frustrated that they are not able to achieve the q…
Harlequin Multi-Level Digital Screening is a new technology from Global Graphics Software. It has been specially developed so you can print confidently on challenging media and at higher speed, allowing you to expand into higher quality (higher margin) ap…
There are lots of guides on how to design direct mail jobs to increase response rates but nothing to help with the actual construction of a PDF for optimal production. Yet in 2011 an Infotrends study found that 85% of print service providers use PDF for …
"The challenge isn't just to be fast enough", says Global Graphics' chief technology officer, Martin Bailey. "The real challenge is to achieve that goal without incurring an uneconomically high cost for the bill of materials to buil…
"The challenge isn’t just to be fast enough", says Global Graphics' chief technology officer, Martin Bailey. "The real challenge is to achieve that goal without incurring an uneconomically high cost for the bill of materials to build th…
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|ScreenPro with PrintFlat technology reduces non-uniformity, commonly known as the inkjet smile.|
|ScreenPro with PrintFlat technology reduces variations in ink density, commonly known as the inkjet smile|
|Counteract streaking on output from inkjet presses with Pearl, one of two new advanced inkjet screens from Global Graphics Software.|
|Avoid orange peel mottle on poorly wettable substrates with Mirror, one of two new Advanced Inkjet Screens from Global Graphics Software|
1/2 Original image These microscopic effects cause visible artefacts, often described as mottling or streaking