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    Rip for film from Injet printers

    What is the best rip software for this?

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    Forgot to mention I am using a epson 7600. And the majority of the film work will be spot colour however occasionally we do four colour screen film

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    I think Prinect Metadimension 7.5 is very good rip for proofers

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    Are you printing on a clear film to use as a film positive or negative for screen printing or photography? I use the Quadtone RIP to print film negatives for darkroom contact printing (I print contone negatives and contact print them directly onto photopaper in the darkroom, call it a "digital negative"). I'm pretty happy with the results. It's not much of a workflow though, it just allows me to create curves for multiple black inks and print directly from applications. If you need a halftone pattern, maybe try the Harlequin RIPs?

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    Can PSPNT3.0
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    Quote Originally Posted by mzbdn View Post
    Can PSPNT3.0
    It's nice. It has English version?
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    Quote Originally Posted by dcsharp View Post
    Forgot to mention I am using a epson 7600. And the majority of the film work will be spot colour however occasionally we do four colour screen film
    I'm not good at this field. I have heard that EFI can do. You should try to find out in this forum.

    Good luck

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    With EFI Colorproof you can. But this is better for Wasatch SoftRIP.
    The U.S. company has an ink and film space for what you want: graphicsone.com

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    Iccprint

    Iccprint is software that allows film from Inket printers
    Someone has

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    Quote Originally Posted by castelgande View Post
    With EFI Colorproof you can. But this is better for Wasatch SoftRIP.
    The U.S. company has an ink and film space for what you want: graphicsone.com
    I have bought some stuff from the and they are a good company to deal with.
    But they don’t have replacement parts for some of the cutters they sell.
    I have also seen some of their films and its pretty good and the pricing is attractive.

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    For seps

    I'd place my money on Wasatch. They do have an Epson only and small print edition that works wonderfully.


    Quote Originally Posted by dcsharp View Post
    What is the best rip software for this?

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    Quote Originally Posted by JohnQ View Post
    It's nice. It has English version?
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    English version of this rip

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    RIP's for film on inkjet printers is many: AccuRIP, FastRIP, FilmMaker DTP, PowerRIP, MultiRIP. Now it may depends of outputs... A good printer is from Epson (R1800, R1900). That's printer cartridges may be replaced with black cartridges and on film result a very strong and clear image.

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    For my the best one, by its result and ease of use is accurip. It does the black separations to you and it has everything what you need.

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    If this is for offset printing I would be interested to know cost-effectiveness vs. CTP or standard film?

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