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    Offline RIP for Indigo 5000?

    Is there an offline RIP that can be used for Indigo Presses (NOT HP)? in particular the 5000 press.
    Our current setup is slow and I feel it's too expensive to upgrade through HP.

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    Quote Originally Posted by pj1976 View Post
    Is there an offline RIP that can be used for Indigo Presses (NOT HP)? in particular the 5000 press.
    Our current setup is slow and I feel it's too expensive to upgrade through HP.
    [URL="http://en.founder.com.cn/solution/index.php?id=150"]EagleRIP [/URL]from version 4.5 supports output to JLYT format. It's quite cheap (in comparison to HP solution) so you can completely substitute HP extended RIP by 10 EagleRIPs :)

    Hope this help!

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    Quote Originally Posted by ColorWizard View Post
    [URL="http://en.founder.com.cn/solution/index.php?id=150"]EagleRIP [/URL]from version 4.5 supports output to JLYT format. It's quite cheap (in comparison to HP solution) so you can completely substitute HP extended RIP by 10 EagleRIPs :)

    Hope this help!
    Thanks. I'll look into this.
    Can this EagleRIP run on a basic setup PC? i.e. 500gb hard drive. core2 duo processor with 4gb RAM ( like a home computer), or does it have to be installed on a RAID setup and a dedicated hardware setup?

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    Quote Originally Posted by pj1976 View Post
    Can this EagleRIP run on a basic setup PC? i.e. 500gb hard drive. core2 duo processor with 4gb RAM ( like a home computer), or does it have to be installed on a RAID setup and a dedicated hardware setup?
    Quite ordinary requirements for the hardware:
    • CPU: Intel® Pentium IV 2 GHz processor
    • Memory: 2 Gigabytes or above
    • Hard Disk: 20 Gigabytes free space
    • Display: 1024 x 768 Color
    • Network: 100MB Ethernet
    • OS: Windows 2000 or Windows 2003
    More info on RIP you will find on developer site: http://en.founder.com.cn/Products/index.php?id=16

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    EagleRIP costs fairly low for about $3500.
    For testing purposes they can provide you with a test file (usually it's PDF file and result of its processing in JLYT format) or you can buy a demo dongle for about $500.
    Unlike ESKO IndigoRIP from [URL="http://www.printroot.com/forum/f21/esko-software-suite-7-5-%5Bfull%5D-714/"]ESKO Suite[/URL] EagleRIP can handle multipage PDFs.

    Hope this help,
    ColorWizard.

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    thank you for the information... hope I can purchase this software...

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