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    Junior Member meop will become famous soon enough
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    Colorgate or onix. It depends the kind of work.

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    We use Versaworks here and it does the job for us.

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    We use Colorproof XF, Great color on my impresions

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    Caldera is my choice

    Caldera costs little more than other RIP softwares, but I believe it should be the right choice and best software for large format RIP.

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    ONYX the best

    I mean for this printer the best choose Onyx RIP 11 or 12 version

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    I think that best is CALDERA :)

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    Caldera all the way!

    I used Flexi-Pro for printing since 2008, and Wasatch for about the same amount of time. Either one is alright, but color management can be tough.

    The Easy Media tool in Caldera is fantastic. I've been able to create custom profiles that allow me to hit 99-100% color matching every single time. Color matching is super important for my business. It also supports barcode scanning which is awesome for plotters that support barcodes (like Summa).

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    +1 on Caldera

    Just upgraded to version 10, worth the money. Easy to use, beast engine and the tools are perfect for everything from a simple nest to complicated tiling.

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    Caldera is super fast too!

    Caldera is blazingly fast at ripping too. I run the latest version (v10) on a 5 year old iMac. Pretty much all of my files are AI or EPS, and for example, a file size of 200MBs often rips within a minute or two. (my only comparison is Flexi and Wasatch -- where a 50MB EPS file in either program takes 3 to 4x as long as a 200MB file in Caldera). Granted these aren't perfectly accurate tests, but that's been my experience so far.

    It's worth mentioning that Caldera is tightly integrated with Adobe's rendering engine. Perhaps this allows for quicker/easier file interpreting (when using native Adobe files)? Not sure. Just a guess.

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    Caldera of course

    Caldera is the best RIP software i think.
    The software itself has a lot of function and those are "built-in" and not optional.(example: compose, tiling,)
    And from my experience the Caldera has the best customer support ever, what I see during my career.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mzoty View Post
    Caldera is the best RIP software i think.
    The software itself has a lot of function and those are "built-in" and not optional.(example: compose, tiling,)
    And from my experience the Caldera has the best customer support ever, what I see during my career.
    Caldera - I testing now v11 :)

    and personally like old version of ergosoft posterprint..

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    Am usinf Photoprint 10.0 and am loving it. Haven't try other RIP though!

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    never use caldera, only use onyx, gonna try caldera

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    Lightbulb Onyx Thrive

    Onyx Thrive 12 is the best rip solution by me, caldera is also very good but limits the knowledge for linux, Sai is my second choice for their excellent print and cut solution

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    I use Wasatch in the work and its function perfect

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