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    help

    Quote Originally Posted by indra1 View Post
    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.blackimaging.co.uk/index.php?article=02Software%2F01PhotoPrint"]Black 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.quadtrip.com"]QuadtRip (QTR)[/URL], and many others.
    However, it is a different story for printing film positives or DTG printing.
    i'm currently using epson 7700 n used it for printing film positives
    could u help me with rip software i can used
    multiRIP or something
    thx in advance

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    very interesting

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    The best rip for Epson 9800 PRO is EFI!
    I use it for proofing print!

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    Rip

    We have the same Epson and use ColorByte ImagePrint. It does a great job!
    Dan

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    RIP for printing film positives

    Quote Originally Posted by mik4 View Post
    i'm currently using epson 7700 n used it for printing film positives
    could u help me with rip software i can used
    multiRIP or something
    thx in advance
    try using Wasatch Softrip, they have this feature of using hybrid screens and also a feature where you can us coarse FM screens for your yellow screen to avoid moire.

    you could also try Harlequin RIP

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