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    Rip for epson 1400 (or bigger....)

    Hey guys,
    i search a rip for my epson. Need it for screen printing... the halft stuff :-)

    Any Ideas?

    At the moment i use photoshop with bitmap files. but the dotshape isn't very nice.... so I search. Maybe any of you have a "good" version of accurip....

    Regards

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jaenes View Post
    Hey guys,
    i search a rip for my epson. Need it for screen printing... the halft stuff :-)

    Any Ideas?

    At the moment i use photoshop with bitmap files. but the dotshape isn't very nice.... so I search. Maybe any of you have a "good" version of accurip....

    Regards
    PowerRIP ScreenPrint and T-RIP support your printer EPSON 1400

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    Junior Member Jaenes is on a distinguished road
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    PowerRIP ScreenPrint.... i don't know.... i downloaded and installed (on Mac) all i got is the powerRip-X utility. The problem is that the halft screens option is not "clickable".

    Am I doing something wrong?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jaenes View Post
    PowerRIP ScreenPrint.... i don't know.... i downloaded and installed (on Mac) all i got is the powerRip-X utility. The problem is that the halft screens option is not "clickable".

    Am I doing something wrong?
    I do not know because I an not fan of Apple nor have MAC.

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    i use accurip that came with my epson 7900 when I bought equipment but have heard that Wasatch was better, but i was unwilling to spend the extra $700us for the package.

    If you havent already foud a solution then I would suggest maybe changing back and forth from a eclipse dot to a circular dot. Also the angle and frequency have a huge contributing factor. here is a link to a site that helps break the science down.

    http://www.photoscreenprint.com/tutorials/film-output/

    hope this helps....
    Screen Print wizard of sorts

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