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    I think they meant AccuRIP.

    AccuRIP is very simple to use. It is easy to setup and it just works.

    Wasatch had too many features and configurations, there was a lot of learning before making prints. I got really frustrated with it. Prints were ok though.

    AccuRIP just came out making prints, easy to learn, easy to use, easy to configure.



    If you want simple and do not want to spend a lot of time reading manuals, I would just go with AccuRIP.

    Can anyone comment on the quality of prints from AccuRIP vs Wasatch?
    I personally have not noticed any really big differences. Other than one RIP seems really easy to use/setup and the other one was way complicated.

    -bonqster

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    Quote Originally Posted by color View Post
    wasatch +1

    personal opinion- printing quality is better than others on the same printer.
    That's what propfessional screen printers who adviced me on RIPs also says on Wasatch vs accurip

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    I am using filmgate 6 is good ang user friendly

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    I use wasatch too.


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    Last edited by daniel87; 10-30-2012 at 07:08 AM.

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    AcroRIP is a perfect

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    Does anyone have Wasatch or accurip.
    Using epson 1100 and osx 10.7.2.

    Please help.
    I can't access the accurip thread .
    and i don't want to spam or post dumb things.

    i have cs5 and Final Cut Pro X if anyone wants..

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    AccuRIP with UltraSeps is KING - hands down!

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    jimbob, are you using UltraSeps full?

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    I heard that T-Rip prints dots in variable sizes and is therefore better than accurip and some other RIPs. Is there a T-Rip crack out there

    Quote Originally Posted by jimbob View Post
    AccuRIP with UltraSeps is KING - hands down!
    I heard T-Rip prints dots in variable sizes (or whatever) and is superor to accurip and some other RIPs. Anyone tried it?
    Last edited by super silja; 02-06-2012 at 08:31 PM. Reason: repeated posts

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    Any RIP for Inkjet to print halftone 133 LPI for offset printing

    I would like to know anyone have experience with EPSON Printer & RIP ? to output on clear film from China, doing JOB like Imagesetter upto 133 lpi and print on offset.

    regards

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    Where I work we use Filmgate and an Epson 7600.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rizwankhan View Post
    I would like to know anyone have experience with EPSON Printer & RIP ? to output on clear film from China, doing JOB like Imagesetter upto 133 lpi and print on offset.

    regards
    accurip inkjet print film speed is very slow, useless channel select Print.
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    MultiRIP film

    How about MultiRIP film, does anyone use it with EPSON 7600 what is the maximum LPI I can takeoutput on Film.

    regards

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    heard of filmmaker? i tried trial, worked great

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gerline View Post
    My favorite is wasatch. But that just my personal one...
    yes is poewfull

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