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Kornit QuickP RIP features new calibration processes for garment printing
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Oct '08
Kornit Digital, a leading-edge company that develops, manufactures and markets high-speed industrial digital inkjet printers, superior pigmented ink and unique chemistry solutions for the garment & apparel decorating industry, is proud to announce the launch of the new Kornit QuickP RIP Software for enhanced workflow and production.

The QuickP RIP developed by Kornit was designed to supersede the external RIP that has been used so far with the Kornit machines, with custom-made RIP Software that can be easily operated by every user without any need for professional qualifications or expertise.

QuickP allows taking full advantage of the Kornit machine's capabilities, featuring new tailor-made screening and calibration processes for garment printing and innovative tools to adjust color saturation, sharpen the image, and achieve superior results.

With its exceptional aptitude to quickly process images and prepare multiple files for print and with its unique features enabling the adjustment of color, size and location on the machine in real time, QuickP allows the customer to execute shorter turnaround times, increase production throughput and maximize return on investment.

"For several years, since DTG technology first hit the market, the industry was forced to deal with the ongoing challenges of shortening the customers' learning curve and allowing them to make the most out of their Ripping applications." says Sarel Ashkenazi, VP Marketing & Business Development at Kornit.

"Kornit is committed to providing its customers with the best tools that will allow them to efficiently operate their machines and successfully reach the highest profitability for their business.

We are confident that this new product will be of great added value to our customers and we will continuously aspire to adapt to our clients' needs by engaging in new and sometimes challenging developments."

Kornit QuickP RIP Software will be demonstrated at SGIA 2008, October 15th-18th, in Atlanta, Georgia at Kornit's booth no 3321.

Among its newest developments, Kornit will also feature the following market-leading solutions: Kornit 931DS - Dual pallet industrial digital inkjet printer, Kornit 932NDS - Single pallet industrial digital inkjet printer and Kornit 933 digital add-on station for screen printing carousels, all demonstrating extraordinary full 4 color process, personalized and variable data prints.

Kornit Digital Ltd

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