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    Rip for Epson 9800 Pro

    Hi guys hope you can help

    Been using Versaworks for a little while (got an sp540) which i get on great with. For the last couple of years I've been running my Epson 9800pro just through the Epson drivers, but since using versaworks it's becoming more frustrating.

    Just looking for recommendations for a rip program primarily for layout purposes but wouldn't mind good color management too.

    Any ideas (would rather a cracked version)

    Thanks

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    Why use rip? Use original printer driver can do it.

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    thanks

    Quote Originally Posted by Lego View Post
    Hi guys hope you can help

    Been using Versaworks for a little while (got an sp540) which i get on great with. For the last couple of years I've been running my Epson 9800pro just through the Epson drivers, but since using versaworks it's becoming more frustrating.

    Just looking for recommendations for a rip program primarily for layout purposes but wouldn't mind good color management too.

    Any ideas (would rather a cracked version)

    Thanks
    really , thank you for this thread learn my a lot about Rip devices and i want to ask about more information about Rip working , i am fresh graduated from printing collage and i want to learn more ?? thanks

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    tisoypinoy
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    yes, the drivers that come with the 9800 will work but an actual RIP would significantly improve color management and layout functionality. Wasatch is a good basic RIP that allows for CMYK and color management based on input types.

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    You can try Quadtone RIP at
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    , good for fine art and photos; just my 2 cents.
    Last edited by super silja; 02-11-2012 at 03:45 AM.

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    Donor T. Schruda is on a distinguished road
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    i worked with numerous RIPs and to be able to improve the gamut and coloraccuracy of the today printdrivers you need to become an expert which takes month and rolls and cartridges.. if achievable!

    for proofing you NEED a rip.

    for printing and layout i highly recomend to use qimage. it got all the layouting like a RIP, screening methods.. but uses the perfect printer drivers!

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    no idea...

    im also a nubie...

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    Quote Originally Posted by kaosedhewe View Post
    no idea...

    im also a nubie...
    try powerplotter from devstudio house

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    you can try www.colorburstrip.com
    or the EFI solution

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    epson 1390

    Hello, I need free software rip for epson 1390 if somboy can help my..... thanks

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    Free RIP for 1390

    Quote Originally Posted by jess View Post
    Hello, I need free software rip for epson 1390 if somboy can help my..... thanks
    Hi Jess,
    It is difficult to find free rip/driver stated specifically for 1390, but I believe driver for 1400 is most of the time usable. For general printing you have many options such as [URL="http://www.blackfiveimaging.co.uk/index.php?article=02Software%2F01PhotoPrint"]Black Five Imaging Photoprint[/URL], [URL="http://code.google.com/p/wingp/downloads/list"]WinGP (Gutenprint)[/URL], [URL="http://www.ghostscript.com/download/"]Ghostscript[/URL], [URL="http://www.quadtonerip.com"]QuadtoneRip (QTR)[/URL], and many others.
    However, it is a different story for printing film positives or DTG printing.

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    Technican from Epson says, what PosterPrint is good idea for foto.

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    Only the printer driver is not enough to get a good result , I have a epson 7880C textile ink and I looking for a Rip software because I have a problems with colors

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lego View Post
    Hi guys hope you can help

    Been using Versaworks for a little while (got an sp540) which i get on great with. For the last couple of years I've been running my Epson 9800pro just through the Epson drivers, but since using versaworks it's becoming more frustrating.

    Just looking for recommendations for a rip program primarily for layout purposes but wouldn't mind good color management too.

    Any ideas (would rather a cracked version)

    Thanks
    For an Epson 9800 I doubt you could do better than ImagePrint, especially for layout.

    Never seen a crack though - I bought it.

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    Bob12345
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    Forgot to mention, with an Epson printer, ImagePrint will save you a ton of ink (and time) with its "Phatte Black" feature (look it up). And you can print to TIFF file from InDesign, Illustrator etc. (not possible any other way, as far as I know).

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