DXonJet Software

 

In the process of digital printing, a digital file is inevitably required, which can be in various formats such as JPEG, PDF, TIFF, and PNG, containing information such as text, graphics, and photographic images.

The RIP (Raster Image Processing) software and GUI (Graphic User Interface) software are responsible for translating the information in these digital files into precise instructions for the printer, allowing the printer to accurately ejet ink droplets of the correct size onto the substrates, thereby reproducing the image in the best possible way.

 

Raster Image Processing(RIP) Software

The FlexiPrint RIP software converts each pixel of an image into accurate data values using efficient and intelligent algorithms. It then generates data files that are executed by the DXonJet GUI software.

It is a great honor for DXonJet to collaborate with the world's top-selling RIP software company, SAi of the United States, to provide PhotoPrint RIP software for the VPJet series of vertical printers.

PhotoPrint has a new intelligent dot algorithm, combined with the Ricoh printing head's 4-level grayscale capability, which will greatly enhance the image details and transitions. In addition, it has the ability to adjust the chromaticity of professional ICC characteristic files, which can effectively use the printer's color gamut and produce more saturated and vivid images.

Furthermore, the user interface of PhotoPrint provides a better user experience and a higher RIPing efficiency.

DXonJet Graphic User Interface Software

DXonJet control software is specific developed for inkjet vertical wall printer, which includes rich functions that will amaze you.

The datapath electronics must interpret the value of each pixel within the context of the printhead layout, printhead speed over the substrate, and printing start time, regardless of whether the data is binary or grayscale. 

Typically, the pixel data is stored in a buffer in memory, and 'print swathes' are sent to the printhead. The printhead drive electronics require a 'product detect' signal in order to initiate printing. All of these processes are controlled via a Graphical   User Interface.