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    your dots will be not as hard as thermal, inkjet will create gaussian dots.

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    Great Idea.

    Please do tell if you were able to pull this off.

    That kind of setup has the potential to save a lot of money if you can still get adequate results.

    Please let us know if you had success..

    very interested.

    -bonqster

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    Inkjet CTP \ F demonstrate

    Inkjet CTP \ F demonstrate

    Founder inkjet CTP \ F special interface demo download

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    ictp3000

    We've got a Glunz&Jensen ictp3000.
    Epson 7700 based


    Speed : 4 plates 550x670 per hour in 2880x2880 dpi resolution
    it use G&J iscreen own's screening style equal to 175 lpi

    Production : we never seen them die. 20 000 sheets. Even with enveloppe!
    Agfa Azura plate were laminated after 2000 enveloppes !!! We've never receive any explication from agfa about this problem.

    Installable cartridge : 2 Liquiddot and 3 maintenance. Almost 500 plates. Depends of jobs if full colors cover … or not!

    Is it a toy?
    Is it slown ? it seems to be…
    is it ONLY for small print shop ? Nope!
    Does it cost more than a thermal ? Well … cost 40 000 € or a bit less … Plate 0,3mm cost 14€ m2.

    The only missing thing is a reel flux. At this price you will be so happy to have a harlequin's RIP. BUT you can still using your printing machine with high def plate and not be tanked with film or other inkjet system asking you to developpe the plate!

    P.S. G&J ictp3000 use water-based inks, the ictp2400 solvant-based ink

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    Exclamation Interesting Epson Stylus Pro 7900 CTP System

    I'm Interesting Epson Stylus Pro 7900 CTP System This link :http://www.epson.com/cgi-bin/Store/jsp/Pro/SeriesStylusPro7900CTP/Overview.do?BV_UseBVCookie=yes
    GURU Please suggest.

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    inkjet CTP

    Quote Originally Posted by noodle View Post
    So what kind of software should I use if I want to do CTP with Epson Pro 7900? Any good software?
    you can use wasasch rip I thing it better

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    Quote Originally Posted by alvindp View Post
    your dots will be not as hard as thermal, inkjet will create gaussian dots.
    I'm checked the dot 9:10 as thermal print in 2880x2880 dpi

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    Quote Originally Posted by mzbdn View Post
    Inkjet CTP \ F demonstrate

    Founder inkjet CTP \ F special interface demo download

    http://www.rayfile.com/files/38dc22ba-2be6-11e1-92cd-0015c55db73d/
    founder rip can use with epson 7880 and 7900 ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by indra1 View Post
    Hi, how did the experiment go? I believe you need to coat the plate emulsion first before printing, otherwise it will not hold ink well. I believe synthetic gum should suffice. You may want to try an inkjet specific rip such as wasatch sp or accurip to control amount of ink. Also dye based ink should give you better result. just my 2 cents.
    yes, you talk exactly

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    Quote Originally Posted by mzbdn View Post
    I am currently really use inkjet CTP, the desktop machine is EPSON1390 and a 7900 machines, 7900 of the normal print a 12 minutes (linked to the AM 180 lpi) did not PASS pattern, 1390 linked to the AM 160 lpi without twill, A3 to 14 minutes . Drive is based on the Founder PSPNT3.0. Interchangeable ink channel. MEDIABOP software is also good, can be linked to the AM 200 lpi, to meet the printing requirements.Other software is also played, but not always hang on the 180 lpi is not smooth, and PASS pattern.
    Film using a waterproof film, using a water-based ink plate.
    how about the price of this rip

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    Thumbs up Inkjet ctp

    Hello
    I've tried Efi Express CTP, in an Epson 7900 and works well with any problem of wetting of the plates

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    Quote Originally Posted by huyanh View Post
    I'm checked the dot 9:10 as thermal print in 2880x2880 dpi
    when you print with 2880x2880, it print so long

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    OH My GOD it is realy

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    studiorip works really well with this kind of system. Better than RTI/Epson/others

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    Does anybody have a photo or video of thes process? How its work?

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