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Print before PrintFlat™ is applied
Print showing PrintFlat™ applied
ScreenPro corrects the inkjet smile
Uncorrected file
Calibrated with ScreenPro
The Inkjet Smile
Secure tickets generated with bar-code support in Harlequin Version 12
This folding carton shows the use of dynamic overlays for variable data in Harlequin Version 12
Harlequin v12 infographic
Advanced Inkjet Screen: Pearl
Advanced Inkjet Screen: Mirror
Harlequin RIP core
Harlequin VariData schematic
Harlequin Parallel Pages schematic
Font emulation in Harlequin
Multi-level screening - clean grid
Multi-level screening - uneven grid
1/4 Irregular drop positioning leads to drops ‘randomly’ coalescing on the media
2/4 Irregular drop positioning leads to drops ‘randomly’ coalescing on the media
3/4 Irregular drop positioning leads to drops ‘randomly’ coalescing on the media
4/4 Irregular drop positioning leads to drops ‘randomly’ coalescing on the media
1/2 Original image These microscopic effects cause visible artefacts, often described as mottling or streaking
2/2 These microscopic effects cause visible artefacts, often described as mottling or streaking

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Blog

12 Feb 2019
By Martin Bailey, CTO, Global Graphics Software In several sectors of the print market it is common practice to convert text to outlines upstream of a RIP, on the grounds that it’s then impossible for the wrong glyph to be printed. This is normal, for ins…