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    Quote Originally Posted by dracula View Post
    Everybody from here use diferent type of paper and one inkjet printer.
    For all I have a question. I apreciate if somebody have a pertinent answer.
    For proofprint use special paper and special ink from printer and when you send the file to printing machie use the same "special" paper and the same ink?? NO. For media print paper and the ink from printing machine you have OTHER gamut - in this case smaller and little hue. So for good the question is: How closer from reality is the proof made with inkjet printer?
    below 6 dE(76) (conforming to ISO 12647-7)

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    I'm using Truetone white semimate proofing paper 220 g. Works nice and better than Epson proofing semimate.

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    how much paid a coil of GMG semi matte 250 (24''x 30 mt) ?


    in dollar please :)

    > 280 $

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    Someone have the success printing on any transparencies with Epson 4900?
    I dunno how to set up it for the film.

    As the Epson Media Guide says, it is possible to print on Epson Crystal Clear film with 4900,
    but I'm unable to find the correct settings in W7's driver nor in the printer panel.

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    I'm using epson Standard Proofing Paper on the Epson R3000...

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    best proofing paper

    We sell our own paper. It´s 200g semimatt 50m 13, 17 Zoll, etc.
    It´s similar to gmg paper ( this is the opinion of our clients).
    It costs 100 Eur for 17 Zoll, 50m. I think that many papers have the same quality. But they very different in price.

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    GMG Spectrally flat

    I've found that GMG is spectrally quite normal.

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    Oris Pearl Proof Select Semimatte

    Epson 7900 with inline SpectroProofer

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    I use Grapp 230 with EFI and Epson 9900

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    I use glossy 260g from un-famous manufacturer. And use GMG colorproof to make media printer combination. GMG paper is so expensive

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    canson paper + GMG + Epson 4880

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    Ilford Folero Natural is neutral and close.

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    I use RC satin photo paper .It is good and the paper white is 95 -0.5 -2.7.It is stable with low price.

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    Linear actuators

    [URL="http://www.gearsandgeardrives.com/bg.php"]Linear actuators are basic building blocks as manufacturing automation equipment. The linear actuator directs a force that it receives from another device into a straight line in order to perform a task. If the actuator is powered by electricity, it will turn that force into a straight line force. That is very straightforward. [/URL]If the actuator is powered by hydraulics, it will do the same thing with the power, convert it into a straight line. There are different of sources of power for the linear actuator that is used as manufacturing automation equipment. Driving power from pneumatics, electricity, or hydraulics are the sources. The selection of any of these sources is usually dictated by the type of application in which it will be employed, the budget for the application, and the performance required.

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    http://www.gearsandgeardrives.com

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    using epson 9800+gmg 250 semimatt /gmg colorproof 4 - very satisfied

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