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KIP High-Definition Print (HDP) Technology

There are many similarities to each and every large-format printing device regardless of the manufacturer. The main idea of a large-format printing device is it prints high quality blueprints or posters sized anywhere between (24) inches and even beyond (60) inches. However, in the early 2000’s KIP discovered a way to take a traditional toner printer (one that uses a developer unit and a waste toner bottle to dispose of excess toner in the machine) and allow the ...

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CIS VS. CCD SCANNING TECHNOLOGY

Over the last decade, scanning a wide format document has become extremely important as companies are looking to eliminate their flat files and also quickly share plans with a customer or a vendor.  The first consideration is which scanning technology would be best?  There are two different types of scanners – the first is CIS (Contact Imaging Sensor) – this technology features a series of Red, Green and Blue lights that illuminate to capture image data related to each color. ...

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KIP SYSTEM K SOFTWARE

The KIP System K Software Suite was introduced in June 2015 and it was created to help end-users easily control & navigate their color and black & white print jobs.  Features include:

  • Touchscreen tablet navigation
  • Standardized system icons with tile interface – similar to IPAD controls
  • Print submission applications with systems management, configuration & systems status
  • Software applications feature ribbon command bar with extended choice of functions
  • Cost center, cloud collaboration & SNMP protocols
  • System K Windows & AutoCAD drivers, WHQL certified, touch PC compliant with ...
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KIP 800 SERIES COLOR TONER SYSTEM

Traditionally the large-format printing industry has always had two different types of printers; LED laser toner devices & inkjet printers. The reason for having two different types of printers can be discussed in length, however, one of the main reasons for this can be described with one word: COLOR.

Typically users who needed to apply color to their large-format drawings were forced to purchase an inkjet device, as LED toner systems have always traditionally been used for B&W only ...

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