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Old November 13th, 2014 Nov 13, 2014 12:44:08 PM -   #31 (permalink)
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My pleasure.

I believe you should be receiving your F2000 and SpeedTreater-TX soon.

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Old November 13th, 2014 Nov 13, 2014 1:00:55 PM -   #32 (permalink)
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I only have a mac, how does that bootcamp thing work? Or i could just get a pc right? lol
if you want to use RIP Buy Laptop for to Printer only. No virus, no hassles. Few hundred will get you a nice one. It will pay you back in very short time.
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Old November 13th, 2014 Nov 13, 2014 1:32:02 PM -   #33 (permalink)
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Please contact our support department if you need an idea of what the minimum requirements you would need for a pc computer.

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Old March 16th, 2015 Mar 16, 2015 10:58:50 AM -   #34 (permalink)
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be careful when just buying any laptop I learned the hard way just bought one the cheapest thing but it was brand new and a 15" well you will have a sour taste in your mouth when you find that cadlink will not work right with it unless the screen resolution is high enough and I could not really find any high enough until I went to a 17" laptop or 19 " cheap all in one. the program will not work right unless you have enough res. I was so surprised to see a brand new 15" could not have enough res for the program.

Get a RIP its worth it. I have not used AA so can not speak I can say cadlink is great love it. and the tech support is very very good.
 
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Also I just used my first Hanes Nano Tee and really liked it I get it a lot cheaper than the Cotton Heritage so aidos CH sorry I would stay with them if they would match but dont think they will.
 
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Also I just used my first Hanes Nano Tee and really liked it I get it a lot cheaper than the Cotton Heritage so aidos CH sorry I would stay with them if they would match but dont think they will.


Hanes Nano are very good. Also hear good things about Anvil 980.

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If you want to run one of those "PC only" RIP programs on a Mac it's really not that difficult. Get you a copy of VMware. You can pick up a copy of it at your local Apple store. It installs on the Mac and it will run on the Mac desktop right alongside the Mac OS. You will of course need a copy of Windows software just like you would on a PC. I recommend a copy of Windows 7, that's what I use.

I have used both Parallels and VMware and I like VMware better.

A copy of the VMware software usually runs about $100.

Just make sure you have enough RAM in your Mac to run both because you'll need it. I run 12 gigs of RAM with no problems.

Don't let the fact that you run on Mac sway you from buying a good PC RIP software. It's just not that big of a issue. I know how much Mac users love their Macs.

If anyone should need some help in this matter feel free to PM me. I'll be glad to help in anyway I can.
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If you want to run one of those "PC only" RIP programs on a Mac it's really not that difficult. Get you a copy of VMware. You can pick up a copy of it at your local Apple store. It installs on the Mac and it will run on the Mac desktop right alongside the Mac OS. You will of course need a copy of Windows software just like you would on a PC. I recommend a copy of Windows 7, that's what I use.

I have used both Parallels and VMware and I like VMware better.

A copy of the VMware software usually runs about $100.

Just make sure you have enough RAM in your Mac to run both because you'll need it. I run 12 gigs of RAM with no problems.

Don't let the fact that you run on Mac sway you from buying a good PC RIP software. It's just not that big of a issue. I know how much Mac users love their Macs.

If anyone should need some help in this matter feel free to PM me. I'll be glad to help in anyway I can.


Very useful info. Thanks for posting it.

Looks like your F2000 printer is being delivered to you today.

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Thank you nice lady!

FedEx says tomorrow but that's OK. I'm not touching anything until Hawkeye shows up anyway.
 
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congrats gator on your purchase! Man I got that nano sample and it was nice printed well then I ordered a lot of them and got terrible prints compared to my CH with the same settings and everything.
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Also I just used my first Hanes Nano Tee and really liked it I get it a lot cheaper than the Cotton Heritage so aidos CH sorry I would stay with them if they would match but dont think they will.
Try the Anvil 780 for an alternative also...plus they have a removal tag unlike the Nano if that matters. I still haven't found a shirt that prints as smooth as Cotton Heritage but they (company) can be difficult to work with at times.

These all print well:

American Apparel
Alstyle
Anvil 780
Bella-Canvas
Cotton Heritage
District
Hanes Nano
Keya
LAT
Next Level
Spectra Tees
 
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congrats gator on your purchase! Man I got that nano sample and it was nice printed well then I ordered a lot of them and got terrible prints compared to my CH with the same settings and everything.

Did you try printing with different settings then you had for the Cotton Heritage shirts?

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No I used the exact same everything just swapped shirts and a world of diff
 
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I agree with them being tough to get a long with they don't really answer emails very well and they still try and charge me tax all the time gets old that's for sure.
 
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if you want to use RIP Buy Laptop for to Printer only. No virus, no hassles. Few hundred will get you a nice one. It will pay you back in very short time.
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That will work OK but I can tell you that can be a hassle. VMware is the way to go if you ask me (what's a hundred bucks and some ram?).

Mac guys just don't want to run on another computer when their beautiful Mac is sitting there in front of them. Trust me, been there, done that. Don't get me wrong I like PC's just fine but Mac guys are just as loyal to their Macs as PC users are to their stuff and we want to use them.

VMWare (or Parallels) will let you do just that.
 






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