The latest version of DTG’s RIP software, RipPro v. 4.0, allows users to automatically format designs to be sent to their DTG direct-to-garment digital printers from an open graphic file without needing to have the program on that computer. Multiple users also can share the program via a server. Operators can print directly from Adobe Photoshop, Illustrator, or CorelDRAW—or directly from the RIP. Other features include seamless step and repeat for textile printing, PostScript Level 3.0 support, simultaneous RIP and print, RIP once and print many, and dithering to control the placement and shape of the dot to create a smooth image. It also has the capacity to drive multiple printers at the same time to increase production. SWF East, 5409 S. West Shore Blvd., Tampa, FL 33611, 877-793-3278, Web: www.dtgamerica.com.
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