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    Banned arma is on a distinguished road
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    If the cost is greater but the result is not the same. Better it is if it has a imagesetter with polyester.

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    I have never tryed it so I dont know about quality, anyway it is an option.

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    THERE IS a good one for inkjet printer

    You can trust to SAi Photoprint 6.01....trust me

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    I never do that on my printer... all I do is clean them thoroughly and proper maintainance...




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    hi all
    for using large printer as imagesetter filmgate from colorgate i thing the best one
    after HQRIP with epson plugin
    for hight density of film filmgate is the best one for midle size printer photoscrip is good one too used largely for screenprinting
    my be fastrip usefull

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    Im using a 7600 as well and am using a trial of accurip at the moment. It seems to work pretty well. Just need to get the right settings for your film and at the moment I am getting way too much ink. Im just trying to bring it back a bit, which is a good thing I spose as the driver only allows for so much ink. The dots are crisp and pretty much like an imagesetter would output. I like the product for screen making positives it works.

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    some one have free RIP for mac or PC?

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    I think Prinergy EVO5.1.6.3.4 is very good rip for proofers

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    Quote Originally Posted by mzbdn View Post
    English version of this rip
    if you have share for me

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    Have to agree with Saifou's post above concerning Filmgate.

    We use it to produce film for screen printing and it works very well.

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    colorgate, photoprint, maintop

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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
    wasatch good for it

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    Rip for Epson

    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
    The best rip I have found for The Epson is Wasatch SP 6.9 or higher it has great control of dots and angles. The settings need to be set correctly though. I also recommend a third party ink made for positive film production as the epson ink tends to stay on the emulsion after exposure so you only get one shot.This is also due to humidity and moisture content still in the screen and the epson ink is not very forgiving.

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