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inkjet separations

Posted on Thu, 7 Oct 2004 at 4:42



Anyone here making seps with an inkjet printer, such as the Epson 3000?

If so, what RIP is being used?

Halftone dots or square dots?

Any recommendations for a RIP?

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Anonymous says: Transparent film is a clear polyester film for indoor and outdoor use. It is full clear, good ink receptive and high resolution. It is idea for wide format color separations for screen and flexo printing ...

Transparent film is a clear polyester film for indoor and outdoor use. It is full clear, good ink receptive and high resolution. It is idea for wide format color separations for screen and flexo printing compatible with high resolutions solvent printer such as Mimaki JV3, Roland SJ/EX/CJ , Mutoh RockHopper I/II, Seiko color painter 64S and Wasatch RIP & Art work special black ink , or indoors and out economic back light sign show.
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posted on: Wed, 10/20/2004 - 10:48am
Anonymous says: if you have onyx you can make seps posted on: Mon, 10/25/2004 - 11:42am
Anonymous says: With the Epson 3000 GhostScript 8.15 and GSView 4.6 are the two programs you need and they are free at; http://www.cs.wisc.edu/~ghost/ This will save you hundreds of dollars instead of buying fastrip ...

With the Epson 3000 GhostScript 8.15 and GSView 4.6 are the two programs you need and they are free at;
http://www.cs.wisc.edu/~ghost/
This will save you hundreds of dollars instead of buying fastrip or some other over priced program. If you have windows XP and follow the instructions step by step, it will work. You can print to file from CorelDraw or Illustrator and then open the files in GSview and print them from there. Al of the line screens and angles you set in Corel or AI will go with the file and come out of your printer as though it were postscript.

posted on: Sat, 01/22/2005 - 6:29pm
Anonymous says: please send me info about poliester for dye ink for positives with epson 7600 and 9600 victor posted on: Mon, 12/26/2005 - 12:19am

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