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    Junior Member wisnu0308 is on a distinguished road
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    well....as a newbie I recently know that there is many RIP software...

    This is helpful...thanks all

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    I use Colorgate Production Server for my MIMAKI JV 3, Roland SP 540V, Epson Stylus Pro 9900 and HP DesignJet L25500. It is simple to use for anyone and have a lot of Options to use the Maschines. There are a Lot of Proflies in the www.

    Sorry for my English.

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    Both are my prefered for tilling & printing and print & cut

    PC : Onyx Production House

    MAC : Mutoh GRIP + (Caldera based RIP)

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    I am using ColorGATE and ONYX at moment. I prefer ColorGATE, its easy to use and writing profile.

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    one friend of mine uses EFI Colorproof XF and he says that it is the best rip.

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    Hi,

    The best rip is Ergosoft Texprint when it comes to digital textile printing.I have used multiple Rips such as Efi XF,Wasatch etc.Perfectprint by Fian systems is also an outstanding RIP for textile applications.
    The ability to define custom ink sets and optimizing color densities are automated and leads to superior output on textiles as far as Texprint is concerned.I have used version 11 and 12 with great results.It is a very user friendly RIP and a novice could become an advanced user in a week.

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    Been using onyx production house for a few years. Does everything I need it to do

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    Quote Originally Posted by TheLini View Post
    Been using onyx production house for a few years. Does everything I need it to do
    Can one define custom ink sets in any of the Onyx RIP's?

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    Thanks guys. now have idea which one I am going to use.

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    I've used Onyx in the past but found it a bit cumbersome at times. Although it is incredibly widely used with everyone offering ICC profiles for it I think it really shows its age and there are better things out there.

    Shiraz is very fast once it gets going. If you only have one pdf file to print then there is no ripping time - it almost instantly starts printing. And this is going to an Epson GS6000 at 1440dpi, 8 colour machine.

    SAi Photoprint / Flexisign Pro are also pretty good. In this case running to an HP 8000 solvent. Not as fast as Shiraz and not as well supported with ICC profiles but if you want to do print and cut then its well worth looking at FlexiPro.

    Finally my preference is Caldera. It will print to almost anything you might find out there. It will also handle cutting from moderate price drag knife vinyl cutters upto Zund G3 flatbeds. You've also got lots of control for ganging up jobs to save media, tiling jobs that are bigger than media or automatic no touch queues when you know exactly what is coming. Integrated colour profiling as well using the Prism engine from i1Profiler.
    Finally, the benefits of having one consistent user interface to all the different machines cannot be overstated!
    Shame its so expensive.

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    I am using PhotoPrint6. easy workflow and color management

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    I've been working for years with Onyx but I more and more like the Colorgate RIP. It has really outstanding tech support.

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    I prefer to use GMG

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    Quote Originally Posted by bjdbjd View Post
    Where I can download trial vesion?
    Onyx production House is the best solution... For the large format oor wide format HP large format printers still using it

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    EFI Colorproof XF

    seems to be the best one.

    hoop it helps

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