Our core technologies for digital printing are used to create high-performance digital front ends. We work closely with our OEM customers to meet their requirements, whether it’s for high-speed RIPping, high-speed screening or technologies to mitigate artefacts caused in inkjet output, as well as solutions to drive data directly to printhead electronics. Our solutions enable press manufacturers to future-proof their solutions, achieve the productivity and quality output they require and keep their bill of materials under control. All our software is developed by our award-winning in-house teams giving you complete control over your project. In 2020 Global Graphics received a Queen’s Award for Enterprise in Innovation, recognising the technical breakthrough of its ScreenPro™ screening engine with PrintFlat™. In September 2021 Global Graphics Software was awarded a Pinnacle InterTech Award for Direct™, a new class of print software that drives data directly to the electronics.
Our products include:
SmartDFE™: a full software and hardware stack from a single supplier that adds print to the fully automated smart factory.
Harlequin®: the fastest RIP software available
ScreenPro™: the fastest RIP independent screening engine
PrintFlat: mitigates artefacts in inkjet output
Direct™: a new class of print software that drives data directly to the electronics
Mako™: the print software engineer’s Swiss Army knife
Fundamentals™: a single source of software fundamental to a label and packaging solution for a digital press.
Global Graphics Software is a developer of innovative core technology for digital print and has been a trusted partner to printer manufacturers for over 30 years. Our proven and innovative technology drives the highest quality and fastest presses on the market. Our Technical Services team of highly skilled engineers is available to extend your development team and exists to get you to market quicker, not as a profit centre. Compatibility and compliance are very important factors for our OEM customers. For decades we have supported the development of these standards and today our Distinguished Technologist Martin Bailey is the principal UK expert on the committees developing the ISO standards for PDF, PDF/X and PDF/VT.
The roots of the company go back to 1986 and to the iconic university town of Cambridge UK, and today the majority of the R&D team is still based near here. Global Graphics Software has offices in Sarasota, Florida and Tokyo, Japan. We’re a subsidiary of Global Graphics PLC (Euronext: GLOG).
Ghent PDF Workgroup
Association for Print Technologies