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  Volume XII Issue 16   |   April 23, 2010  
 
  Dear Subscriber,
The third part in our series on RIPs provides an overview of available solutions for the graphic arts industry. RIP Roundup includes defining characteristics and recent updates to over 20 different products. Don't forget to follow us on Twitter, @DO_Magazine for timely announcements.

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  RIP Roundup
Raster image processing (RIP) software transfers data from graphic files and creates a bitmap image that is ready to quickly and accurately print. Here, several leading RIP vendors share highlights and recent enhancements regarding core products. Agfa Graphics’ JetiSoft RIP supports all Jeti printers, a technology now part of the Agfa portfolio following the 2010 acquisition of Gandinnnovations. JetiSoft Version 2 is a fully featured OEM-RIP powered by ErgoSoft. Highlights include an Advanced Cut-Option, i-cut support, enhanced tiling... more >>
 
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Architectural Window Films
Optically clear media for UV-curable and light solvent IJ printers from Lintec of America.

Exceptional Digital Print Fabrics
ITNH of Manchester, NH now distributes Pacific Coast Fabrics' full line of digital fabrics.

Pressure-Sensitive Materials for Your Graphic Needs
Contact Ritrama and Be Seen.

Solvent Printable Textiles
Ultraflex offers green textiles that are biodegradable, recyclable, fire retardant, and natural compostable.
 
  Eco-Ink One Step Further
UV-curable ink is known as one of the "greenest" inks available today. However, several manufacturers are making eco-friendly strides by creating entirely new ink segments. Hewlett-Packard (HP) rolled out HP Latex Ink Technology with the introduction of the HP Designjet L65500 104-inch printer in 2008, and followed with the 42- and 60-inch models Designjet L25500 in 2009. Ross Allen, Ph.D., senior technology specialist, HP Graphics Solutions Business says HP Latex Inks help the industry move... more >>

 
   
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• New UV Coater from Count Machinery - Finishing

• MultiCam Digital Express Now with Automatic Tool Changer - Finishing

• New Xerox Wide Format Device Offers High-Speed Precision Printing - Wide Format Printing
 
  Editorial Mission: To provide a practical guide to success for all who work in the graphic arts industry. Our editorial exclusively targets managers and users of digital printing and publishing tools including capture, creation, output, and finishing. Through product reviews, application stories, and columns from industry leaders, we show you how to grow your business. Copyright 2010 Digital Output. All rights reserved.

 
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