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    Rip or else

    How can achieve more resolution in a wide format solvent printer.
    I have a xaar proton 35pl solvent printer, and the machine can print upto 1440 dpi. Some manufacturers claims their printer can achieve 1440 dpi max(?), some says 720 dpi max and some says true 720 dpi with the same printhead.
    What is the difference in these same head machines - rip or workflow or machines hardware ?
    Expert answers will help freshers and new comers in this industry

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    Quote Originally Posted by adways View Post
    How can achieve more resolution in a wide format solvent printer.
    I have a xaar proton 35pl solvent printer, and the machine can print upto 1440 dpi. Some manufacturers claims their printer can achieve 1440 dpi max(?), some says 720 dpi max and some says true 720 dpi with the same printhead.
    What is the difference in these same head machines - rip or workflow or machines hardware ?
    Expert answers will help freshers and new comers in this industry
    Both need to work together. If your printer has that resolution, RIP also has option to select it.

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