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    RIP for Epson 7900

    Hi,

    I would ask that the information is the best RIP for Epson 7900 and whether it has a option to calculate the consumption of ink.

    Tnx

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    RIP for Epson 7900

    ProofMaster Plus Cat.2

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    Esko RIP

    Esko FlexRIP is very good for the printer. Esko has good Kaleidoscope color management!

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    You can try EFI Colorproof XF

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    Quote Originally Posted by flexoars View Post
    You can try EFI Colorproof XF
    I think there are no option for ink consumption. But EFI works fine with Epson 7900...

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    Cool

    you may try out GMG or CGS as well. Most of the RIP vendor is supporting this printer, what is the important of calculation the ink consumption.

    As the driver of Epson will support that too. Just to make sure you fully install the driver and utility.

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    i dont know same is both,i found this..

    http://www.printroot.com/forum/f21/xitron-navigator-8-1-rip-446/index10.html

    http://www.xitron.com/proofing/epson-harlequin-rip-proofing/

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    GMG colorproof

    Pros:
    Rock solid..
    color accuracy

    cons: tricky set up (difficult).

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    take a look at powerplotter from devstudio.
    it has a plugin, costmanager, the first software that gives you the cost of any print job 1 even befor the actual print.
    also has a powerful color management, a professional calibration system and a lot of other features.

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    All RIP's will show only the approximate cost. Cleaning costs are not taken into account.
    Exact values ​​will only show the internal counters of the device, or information from the chips.
    Last edited by John0878; 04-16-2011 at 12:50 PM.

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    web interface

    also check the printer's web interface software, my hp z6100 has a cost calculation interface.

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    Ergosoft

    Once again I have heard good things about Ergosoft Rips and Epson printers. For what its worth.

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    Megarip

    Grey Balancing
    RGB Support
    SoftProof

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    I'm currently running the E7600 from a FlexRIP, but looking to upgrade to the E7900 with the onboard spectro. I'm not sure if there is any cost analysis in FlexRIP but I have to say that the color management integration from Color Engine 10 is very easy to follow. Is any one out there running the 7900 with the spectro from FlexRIP/FlexPROOF?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dariusvg View Post
    Hi,

    I would ask that the information is the best RIP for Epson 7900 and whether it has a option to calculate the consumption of ink.

    Tnx

    PhotoPrint 10 is easy e good for Epson 7900

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