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EagleRIP at a Glance

A RIP (Rasterized Image Processor) is a system that converts page description language to rasterized image and outputs to an imaging device.

Founder began research on RIP technology since 1975. Founder’s EagleRIP Flexo is a native PDF interpreter, with high speed performance, advanced screening technology and good layout application compatibility. EagleRIP Flexo not only supports flexo printing, but also supports offset printing.

PDF 1.7 - PostScript 3 for superb quality documents

Founder’s EagleRIP creates superb quality PDF and PostScript jobs. Complex documents, vivid colors, transparent objects, files with embedded ICC profiles and smooth shading are consistently processed to meet the high standards of the most  demanding customer. EagleRIP provides support for features within PDF 1.7 and PostScript 3.

Performance of screening technology that meets your needs of Flexo

Ensure output quality while reducing errors with fast, flexible and detailed screen previews and dot previews

Ensure the output is accurate by digitally previewing color and dot shape prior to committing to physical output. EagleRIP lets you preview color separations and composites, and includes preview functions such as Zoom, Negative, Mirror, Rotate and Screen preview of the bitmap dot.

Higher quality print with screening options

EagleRIP screen dot shapes allow users to select the dot that ensures maximum printing quality. Nine standard  screenings include Euclidean Round, Rhomb, Ellipse, Diamond, Pure Round, Sharp Ellipse, Square, Cross and FM screening. Optional screenings such as EagleAM, EagleFM, EagleFAM (AM & FM hybrid printing) and EagleAGS (gravure printing) are available as plug-ins.

EagleAM screening option
Adopts new screen angle technology (+/- 7.5) comparing to the traditional AM screening angle (15, 45, 90, 75).
a. Improves the rosette pattern, gray level is exquisite and smooth.
b. More accurate angles produces higher quality.
c. Better reproduction of gradient shading and overprint effect of tints and skin color.
d. Suitable for printing high frequency images on CTP (greater than 300LPI).

EagleFM screening option
Base on green noise FM technology & Founder Second Order FM Technology using variable dot size and variable spacing.

a. Control the randomicity of dots, ensuring the smooth middle tone.
b. Smooth transition at continuous tones, keeping details at overlapped colors.
c. Light area and shadow area can use different dot size for easy press and expanding the color gamut.