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NAVIGATOR

NORTHSTAR

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POINTING THE WAY TO COLOR ACCURACY

The following options can be added

VARIABLE DATA PROCESSING

Variable Data

Need the fastest performance possible for your variable data print jobs? Harlequin VariData™greatly accelerates the printing of variable data jobs that were saved either as PDF/VT or as regular PDF. It is one of the unique features of the Harlequin print engine that gives it amazing power and productivity.

HYBRID

SCREENING

HXM Hybrid Screening
Hybrid Screening is a combination of

AM and FM screening. Hybrid screening is designed to improve print quality

by increasing the output LPI for any given resolution. For example, if a printer is currently imaging plates at 2400 DPI with output at 150 LPI and is able to hold a

1% dot when printing on the required substrate, using HXM screens it would

be possible to print at 200-250 LPI without any special pre-press or

on-press requirements.

PREFLIGHT

Preflight Files Quickly

and Efficiently
The Halrequin RIP's built-in preflight profiles are based on the Enfocus PitStop library. This feature helps ensure the quality and consistency of the final product by streamlining operations

and ceXitronfying PDF files before

they are output.

HYPERTHREADING

64-BIT PROCESSING

The Fastest RIP Just Got

Even Faster
The Xitron Navigator RIP takes advantage of hyperthreading, multi-core and multiple CPU architectures for faster processing. The 64-bit architecture increases performance by allowing access to more RAM so that even the most complex jobs, rendered at the highest resolutions, can run at full speed.

STOCHASTIC

SCREENING

Dispersed/Stochastic/FM Screening

With this option users can output using our FM/Stochastic screen sets, and now you can also output using a newly developed Stochastic Yellow feature. This feature allows users to output Cyan, Magenta, and Black along with any spot colors using Harlequin's conventional AM screen sets while applying a stochastic screen to the Yellow.

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