Control digital printing equipment

All digital printing systems, whether desktop printing units, black-and-white copy / printers, color copiers, or digital printers, have two main components: the print engine and the print control device. Usually the print engine and the print control device are separately developed, manufactured, and finally assembled into a printing system. The print control device is connected to the host through an interface and is responsible for handling communications with the host. It also interprets the print commands from the host, converting the print commands into signals that drive the print engine. The state-of-the-art printing control device is like the band's command: it controls the functions of the printing press, from signal conversion to color management, all relying on print control devices.

   The primary digital printing system usually has a print control device embedded inside the printer. The printing control devices of more advanced digital printing systems are also more complex, more expensive, and larger. External printing control devices are usually connected to high-end workstations or personal computers, with the printing engine to handle a variety of complex printing tasks. This high-end digital printing system, combined with a fully-fledged OS operating system, display, and keyboard, often alternately acts as a RIP or server.

Demand for print control devices has increased over the past few years. Users need PCL or PDL support in a cross-platform environment , requiring faster processing, more communication projects, higher resolution, higher quality colors, greater memory, and personalized personalization of variable data. More features. Using existing print engines for more functionality also requires more powerful print controls.

Correspondingly, printing system manufacturers have further developed printing control devices based on a distributed on-machine unified processing system (each processor has a specific function and exchanges information with a core processor). Application-specific integrated circuits ( ASICs ) designed for special functions use existing circuits as an infrastructure. A print control device may have a processor for a communication interface, a processor for memory management, a processor for graphics processing, and a processor for data processing.

Color copier / printer control device

The color copier control device market experienced more obvious adjustments. In 1997 , Splash acquired Quintar and ColorAge , and in 2000 it was acquired by Electronics for Imaging ( EFI ). Prior to the acquisition of Splash , EFI  

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