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[DIY DTG] Anyone using Wasatch SoftRIP?

 
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Old October 6th, 2015 Oct 6, 2015 11:23:06 AM -   #1 (permalink)
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Default Anyone using Wasatch SoftRIP?

I do several things in my studio, screen printing is definitely a main aspect now. I also have Epsons just sitting around as I have settled on a few of them to do the inkjet printing services, the rest have inksets that would make firing them up inefficient over time when they would all net the same results anyway. Seems like several of my mothballed models qualify for DTG builds, I'd be happy to hack away and pump some Artistri through them. I want a goto RIP for more than just DTG and Wasatch's SoftRIP seems to be the answer for me. Has anyone else up here used it and what do you think about it?
 






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