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    I love Heidelberg Prinect MetaDimenson, HQRip is also very good

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    For proofing Colorproof XF
    For large format production work Caldera

    Happy new year!

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    Best Rip for tiny budget : PrintFab > [URL="http://www.printfab.net/"]links[/URL]

    RipSotfware useful for graphic designer up to A1 format
    Linux, Windows and Osx compatible.

    His quite unknown and works great.

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    caldera is the best rip software. before that i used onyx and photoprint and watch. but caldera is the best.

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    The best RIP software is:

    Orisefigmgwasatchcalderaproofmasteronyxcolorbursts tarproof

    However, it's very expensive and complicated to use. If you have the time it's worth the investment.

    If price is an issue talk with your dealer and work with them on a solution for YOU! No one solution works for everyone!!! This is an impossible question to answer!!! Give me a break!!!!

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    Hardware

    This whole Best Rip Server question should really be put into context to the type of hardware you have. I have an old plotter and I want to print large presentation boards on some glossy paper. Do I really need Onyx for that?

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    Quote Originally Posted by dreuie View Post
    thanks i cant view that link still a newbie here im looking for acrorip is it a nice ?
    same here, is there any other way? anyone got the tutorial? thx

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    Quote Originally Posted by gnafron View Post
    Best Rip for tiny budget : PrintFab > [URL="http://www.printfab.net/"]links[/URL]

    RipSotfware useful for graphic designer up to A1 format
    Linux, Windows and Osx compatible.

    His quite unknown and works great.

    thanks for the nice info , sadly its only for mac and linux T_T

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    I think the best is the Agfa Apogee Prepress. Heidelberg Prinect MetaDimenson is also very good

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    At work we use one called Kothari Print Pro, its incredibly easy to use, so for example, takes about 20 seconds to load the t shirt onto on the platform, then you find the image, set the image size / drop, choose the right environment setting, then print.
    Can do this all in 1 minute usually, unless its a complicatedc image which needs to be edited.

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    i have two mimakis and im currently using rasterlink but i heard good stuff about onyx. is it worth switching?

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    I think Harlequin. Easy and simple

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    Question

    Quote Originally Posted by pol.printer View Post
    I think Harlequin. Easy and simple
    is it possible to get free but full version? hehe.
    I see in official website the price not cheap for me.

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    I love Harlequin.

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    Harlequin is so Easy

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