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    RIP for Epson 1100

    Hi,
    What are some other alternatives to Accurip for stochastic printing?
    Im using a Epson 1100 Printer.
    http://www.silkscreeningsupplies.com/product/EPSON1100-FO
    Last edited by wildotis; 01-30-2012 at 01:08 PM. Reason: More Descriptive

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    FastRIP

    Checkout FASTRIP: http://www.atlasscreensupply.com/fastrip.htm. Much superior to ACCURIP (which I own) and works with Epson all black systems. Also Ryonet is a ripoff and more for novelty SP, go to Atlas for better discounts! Cheers!

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    Quote Originally Posted by wildotis View Post
    Hi,
    What are some other alternatives to Accurip for stochastic printing?
    Im using a Epson 1100 Printer.
    http://www.silkscreeningsupplies.com/product/EPSON1100-FO
    you can use multirip film

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    Junior Member wildotis is on a distinguished road
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    Thank you guys so much !!!

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    Does anyone know where i can find a copy :)

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    Unfortunately there isn't enough interest in the community for anyone to make an "extended trial" version but you can always download the trials

    Just another note - my fav RIP EVER is the new UltraSeps but you have to have PS

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    Hi jimbob,

    Where can we download FastRIP trial version?

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    Junior Member wildotis is on a distinguished road
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    Quote Originally Posted by jimbob View Post
    Unfortunately there isn't enough interest in the community for anyone to make an "extended trial" version but you can always download the trials

    Just another note - my fav RIP EVER is the new UltraSeps but you have to have PS
    Would you care to share it ? UltraSeps?

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    Ultraseps is a development of quickseps

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    Quote Originally Posted by wildotis View Post
    Hi,
    What are some other alternatives to Accurip for stochastic printing?
    Im using a Epson 1100 Printer.
    http://www.silkscreeningsupplies.com/product/EPSON1100-FO

    onyx x10 is not racomanded

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    Junior Member wildotis is on a distinguished road
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    sorry ? what do you mean?

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