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    Digital printing

    hi guys what i do Exactly to prepare file for degital print photoshop or illus befor makeing pdf and what in pdf befor sending to the printing house .

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    Digital printing

    im not understanding your question.
    Please try to explain better

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    Digital printing

    Do you want to know what software use or the process to make the PDF?

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    i mean how to prepare blak for ink or laser and how to handel out of gamut color to get best resolts veiw

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    You're a little vauge, but this should give you everything you need to know:

    [URL="http://graphicdesign.stackexchange.com/questions/16512/prepare-a-design-for-cmyk-printing"]http://graphicdesign.stackexchange.com/questions/16512/prepare-a-design-for-cmyk-printing[/URL]

    Remember, watch those transparencies!

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    Exclamation Digital printing on Xerox Igen3 or 4

    We have a Xerox Igen3, for a deep black it is necessary that i have only 100% black.
    If there is cyan inside like some customers do for a better black in offset printing the black gets brighter not darker. Thats something you should know if your file should be printed on an Xerox Igen3 or Igen4.

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    Banned maeiwill is on a distinguished road
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    Quote Originally Posted by foxandhunt View Post
    You're a little vauge, but this should give you everything you need to know:

    [URL="http://graphicdesign.stackexchange.com/questions/16512/prepare-a-design-for-cmyk-printing"]http://graphicdesign.stackexchange.com/questions/16512/prepare-a-design-for-cmyk-printing[/URL]

    Remember, watch those transparencies!
    thanks prother but i mean in digital printing with AM Screening there is dotgain compensation and in genaral i use UCR or GCR and what to get simulation with offset
    and theres total area coverages and what is it

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    Hello,
    if you mean to print digital, maybe you can tell us what printer you will use, what colors are installed, what rip you are using, what you intend to print on,... ?

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    Hi maeiwill

    Printing true black can be tricky but not that hard to learn. As others suggested you should write on which printer or technology you want to print.

    For example..on some laser printer...100% black in CMYK is OK...on other you have to mix CMYK for example C 70% M70% Y70% K100%....

    For offset technology to and visit operator from offset shop. Maybe if you have only black text...you can go only 100% black in CMYK...but maybe if you have photos...there you can make also "over-print" technigue.

    For solvent ploters...for strong black...you can go almost 100% for all colors in CMYK...but on latex ploters...don't try that...inkjet color will spill on printed surface.

    On my Xerox DC252...sometimes i use only 100% black, sometimes I add also other colors...

    On my pigment 8 color printer...sometimes I mix colors...sometimes I don't...

    Best for you is first to find out where you will print. Than go and consult with operator....

    Almost forgot...if you will go for screen printing...they buy black color and you make separated colors...you don't need to mix....

    Every printer or technology demands little bit different approach...but if you go and learn with print shop...you will remember for future...

    Regards

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