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Industrial Inkjet Gets RIPPED

In an industrial inkjet environment, a lot of pieces go into creating a specialized solution, but it’s the raster image processor (RIP) that does the heavy lifting. Elizabeth Gooding takes a detailed look at all the criteria to keep in mind when selecting RIP software for an industrial printing workflow.


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About Elizabeth Gooding

Elizabeth is an industry consultant and professional problem solver. Elizabeth serves on the advisory board for the Inkjet Summit. Is the co-author of The Designer's Guide to Inkjet (now in its 2nd edition) and co-founded Inkjet Insight, the leading, unbiased source for production inkjet education, specifications and tools.


By Justin Bailey on Feb 18, 2020

Global Graphics Software is the originator of the core Harlequin RIP used in our industrial inkjet offering. This means that we have 100% control over the roadmap of our technology and can make changes for a customer without being dependent upon any third party, whereas others in the market will license a core RIP technology from either us or Adobe.
Global Graphics Software is a part of a group of companies which includes Inkjet print head electronics company, Meteor Inkjet (www.meteorinkjet.com).
So using our GGS expertise in software and Meteor expertise in driver electronics, we can drive the device at the highest possible speed, even when printing vast amounts of variable data content.



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