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    Cool RIP for Epson 9880 and Mimaki JV3

    Hello to all ... First, congratulations for this forum.
    I have a couple of questions to ask yourself.
    I'm putting together my little digital printing and I have a Epson Stylus Pro 9800 and a Mimaki solvent jv3s. It would take me a rip that would manage both printers simultaneously. With Mimaki should print pvc banners and posters and hand with the stylus and then a rip 6x3 meters that make even overlap and that allows me also to have suitable color profile, and that is somehow intuitive.
    Too much to ask?? :)
    aspect of your valuable advice.

    Hello Venanzio

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    Onix, probably, is the solution.

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    I also recommend Onyx, but also take a look at EFI's Fiery XF software. If you want to be able to profile your media make sure you compare Onxy's ProductionHouse to Fiery XF Premium. Both of these versions will drive your two printers at one time as well as come with the extra ability to profile your medias.

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    Onyx need an extra license to create a complete media profile; Fiery XF not, but it's a little bit more expensive.

    Check prices.

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    Try using wasatch
    It's good software for mimaki and other printer

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    Quote Originally Posted by venanzio View Post
    Hello to all ... First, congratulations for this forum.
    I have a couple of questions to ask yourself.
    I'm putting together my little digital printing and I have a Epson Stylus Pro 9800 and a Mimaki solvent jv3s. It would take me a rip that would manage both printers simultaneously. With Mimaki should print pvc banners and posters and hand with the stylus and then a rip 6x3 meters that make even overlap and that allows me also to have suitable color profile, and that is somehow intuitive.
    Too much to ask?? :)
    aspect of your valuable advice.

    Hello Venanzio

    onyx x10 is better

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    FlexiSIGN / PhotoPRINT 10.5 supports both your printers as well.

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    wasatch.5.1.4

    wasatch.5.1.4
    http://narod.ru/disk/42804350001.a29fcd60369c4f059ee71dd7bfd4e070/wasatch.5.1.4.rar.html

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