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inkjet film positives

Posted on Mon, 26 Jul 2004 at 16:24



Hello all,

I noticed in the July 2004 issue of Screen Printing magazine (page 50) a suggestion to use a wide format inkjet printer to output film positives. Has anyone tried this? If you have, I would be interested in what the limitations and advantages are of such a process, contrasted with film and CTS.

Thanks in advance,

Max

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Anonymous says: Yes Have this technique with me ! Mail For Details posted on: Thu, 08/26/2004 - 9:40am
Anonymous says: I ...

I am currently looking into the possibility of using this method to produce film positives
and would greatly welcome any information you have, especially concerning the software/RIP used in the process

Thanks

posted on: Mon, 10/18/2004 - 10:32am
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 ink jet printer such as Mimaki JV4/JV22 Roland Hi-Fi JET pro/ FJ, Mutoh RJ,EPSON STYLM PRO10000 9500 7500, HP5500/5000 and Wasatch RIP & Art work special black ink, or indoors economic back light sign show.
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2004-10-19

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posted on: Wed, 10/20/2004 - 11:11am
Anonymous says: We are using a Gerber edge to print film postives right now. I'm looking for a better way. We own a Mimaki jv3 54" printer. Would like to know more about it. Thanks Aaron posted on: Tue, 10/04/2005 - 7:33pm

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