Kornit Digital released new raster image processing (RIP) software for its industrial digital inkjet printers yesterday. QuickP RIP is designed to allow users without professional qualifications or expertise to operate Kornit machines.

Features include custom-made screening and calibration processes, colour saturation adjustment and image sharpening tools. Users can also adjust output colour and size directly from the machines in real time.

According to Kornit, users will experience shorter turnaround time and increased production as a result of quick image processing and preparing multiple files for print.

Kornit Digital specializes in developing and manufacturing products for the garment and apparel decorating industry.

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