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    Junior Member artemisia is on a distinguished road
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    Esko Neo

    I want to buy Esko Neo, but I don't know whether this software is better than Enfold PitStop. Can anyone help me?

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    Neo vs PitStop

    Esko Neo is also Enfocus Pitstop Extreme.

    Are there any Ser# / Cracks for either one?

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    PRC Member peto31 is on a distinguished road
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    Enfocus was bought by Esko, Pitstop Extreme and Esko Neo is the same software, but I think version of Pitstop Extreme for Mac is more stabile then Neo.

    Look on this forum you can find there Pitstop Extreme Mac version

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    Junior Member artemisia is on a distinguished road
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    Quote Originally Posted by peto31 View Post
    Enfocus was bought by Esko, Pitstop Extreme and Esko Neo is the same software, but I think version of Pitstop Extreme for Mac is more stabile then Neo.

    Look on this forum you can find there Pitstop Extreme Mac version
    thanx for your support peto31, I will find in the forum

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    Junior Member stick is on a distinguished road
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    it is necessary to buy?

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    in here I know English is important

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    Junior Member yeppir is on a distinguished road
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    Last I knew was that it at least used to be that the only difference was that Neo does trapping, while Pitstop Extreme does not.

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    Junior Member Odystar is on a distinguished road
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    Neo can do the trapping if you buy it.
    Basic package doesn't include trapping.
    Neo is original SW and PitStop Extreme is port, so Neo upgraded more frequently and have less bags as well.

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    Junior Member artemisia is on a distinguished road
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    Quote Originally Posted by Odystar View Post
    Neo can do the trapping if you buy it.
    Basic package doesn't include trapping.
    Neo is original SW and PitStop Extreme is port, so Neo upgraded more frequently and have less bags as well.
    What is trapping?

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    Junior Member yeppir is on a distinguished road
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    ^ Trapping for press is a slight overlapping & overprinting of butting object edges comprising less than circa 20% of common color process (CMYK) printing inks, to mitigate unsightly white gaps where they cross. (One often sees these white gaps in newspaper adverts.) Spot color jobs always require trapping. (Except trapping is not needed perhaps for certain very high tolerance presses that can closely approach pin-register.) The trap width depends on how badly a given press holds register, e.g., a sheet-fed press may need only 0.25 points trap, while a web press may need 0.33 pt. and flexo might need as much as a whole point or even more. Reverse type on a rich K background needs a negative ("keep-away") trap.

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    Junior Member artemisia is on a distinguished road
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    Quote Originally Posted by yeppir View Post
    ^ Trapping for press is a slight overlapping & overprinting of butting object edges comprising less than circa 20% of common color process (CMYK) printing inks, to mitigate unsightly white gaps where they cross. (One often sees these white gaps in newspaper adverts.) Spot color jobs always require trapping. (Except trapping is not needed perhaps for certain very high tolerance presses that can closely approach pin-register.) The trap width depends on how badly a given press holds register, e.g., a sheet-fed press may need only 0.25 points trap, while a web press may need 0.33 pt. and flexo might need as much as a whole point or even more. Reverse type on a rich K background needs a negative ("keep-away") trap.
    Thanx yeppir, really clear.

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    and it use in hige precision printing too.

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