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    Hi,

    I have versaworks for roland and efi xf 4.5.1 for epson, every one is good for machines that are mentioned. I tried SAI FLEXI SIGNS because i link my workflow printing on roland and cutting on summa.

    Regards.

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    my vote is for Flexi

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    I have three rips wasatch ,ergosoft poster print , caldera visual rip.

    I think the caldera is the best one for me.

    But the ergosft is easy to use in these rips.

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    Colorgate is fine but it has some drawbacks for my jobs:
    Can't adjust properties of multiple jobs at once
    Color accurancy is only acceptable when sending contone (at least for my designjets)
    No web interface / no client application (everything has to be done on the server itself)
    No manual imposition

    I guess Colorproof / Fiery XF would be better in this fields but it has a serious problem in driving the DesignJet Z series internal spectrometer :-(

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    Productionhouse

    I have used Colorgate, Versaworks, Flexi, Onyx ProductionHouse, and photoprint.
    Versaworks it's for free and easy to use. I think Onyx is the best.
    I have heard that Caldera is very good too.

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    Colorgate for easy profiling - good color.

    flexi very basic but nice for photographics especially on sublimation.

    wastach - good all round rip, harder to get color right i.e need iprofiler or another software.

    versaworks good for print and cut only roland

    ergosoft is similar to colorgate with an easier layout

    never used caldera but hear good things - no windows support though...

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    For roland user

    I think versaworks is enough

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    Not a fan of Wasatch. I've found it slow and glitchy, and it's been impossible to determine if upgrades will fix the problems. Switched to Shiraz Carbon and it's quite good.

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    hi
    flexi and colorgate is my opinion

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    From what I've worked Onyx Productionhouse is the masterclass, VersaWorks also very good.

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    Onyx 12

    Onyx 12 is due to be released shortly. 64-bit only with a major performance increase and new bleed & grommet tools.

    Should make a great rip even better.

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    Onyx, Wasatch, Ergosoft, SAI, Cadlink and Colorgate have best RiPs. Depend the printers that you're using that one of them is best one.

    My opinion is PosterPrint, Digital Factory and FlexiPRINT (PhotoPRINT)

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    Quote Originally Posted by stifflee View Post
    Hi all, being a large format printer, and having used different RIP's, I just wanted to see what the general feeling was amongst fellow RIP users. I currently use Shiraz and Rasterlink Pro. I have had a little play with Onyx and Wasatch, but don't know them as well as the first two mentioned. Come on guys, give me your input...
    It depends on the machines you have.

    Onyx, Colorgate, Fiery, all are good for different types of ploters.

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    i use colorgate v8 and its very fast and very stable!

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    Caldera RIP is good

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