The Vibrant-Link RIP is a true Adobe PostScript
3 RIP that is seamlessly integrated as a software driver for use with the NovaJet 736.
Level 3 ensures the highest level of PostScript compatibility.
For anyone who wants PostScript and scalable fonts, HP offers two Adobe Postscript
Level 2 options.
Network publishing company Adobe Systems Inc has revealed the launch date for its Adobe Acrobat Distiller Server 5.0 software for Adobe PostScript
to Adobe Portable Document Format file conversion.
The HP Designjet 10ps, HP Designjet 20ps and HP Designjet 50ps printers feature high-speed printing and colour accuracy with up to 90% of Pantone colours and 100% of all major offset colour standards through a software Adobe Postscript
3 Raster Image Processor (RIP) for Mac and Windows.
The Tally T8106 and T8406, which include Adobe Postscript
3, are targeted for the business office and graphics design markets requiring color-control capabilities that meet the needs of the most discerning design professionals.
This option comes with standard PCL5e/6 with an option for Adobe Postscript
3 drivers supporting Windows(TM) 3.1/95/98/NT 4 and Macintosh OS 7.0 and higher.
Groupwide adoption of the IPTech RIP will increase efficiency, simplify production using Adobe PostScript
3 and pave the way toward use of Adobe's Portable Document Format, according to Howard production director Larry Maas, who called the RIP fast, flexible and stable.
The G5242-PS color PostScript printer from Oce Graphics is billed as the first color printer to combine true Adobe PostScript
support, Pantone color compatibility and full tabloid bleeds.
Publishers can re-purpose content and streamline workflows, and output to Adobe PostScript
language and Adobe Portable Document Format (PDF) files.
The new family of printers comprise the HP DesignJet 5000 printer for PSPs with existing Raster Image Processor (RIP) solutions, and the HP DesignJet 5000PS printer, with an embedded Adobe Postscript
Designed for small and medium sized workgroups, the new inkjet printer comes with an internal network 10/100Base-T/BNC MIO card, as well as Ethernet and true Adobe Postscript
Relying on Adobe PostScript
Extreme multi-RIP technology that processes each PostScript page in parallel, PrintExpress controls distribution and output from multiple sources to multiple output devices.