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Old December 8th, 2014 Dec 8, 2014 2:29:16 PM -   #1 (permalink)
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how do i setup neorip for f2000 to underbase only the light areas of my design? i want to print a heather grey shirt but if i choose the color media environment i get white ink under everything. i want white ink underbase only under light area's. is that possible?
 
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Default Re: neorip printing on heather grey

You schould have dark color media envoirement to chose. If not just set up color media and load white trc curve from black media. You can fiddle with it also.
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how do i setup neorip for f2000 to underbase only the light areas of my design? i want to print a heather grey shirt but if i choose the color media environment i get white ink under everything. i want white ink underbase only under light area's. is that possible?

I use the Charcoal Media template layout - it prints very little if any white ink under your black and then prints white proportionately for the colors of your design.

In fact I am finding that I mainly use the black and charcoal media template layouts for most of my various color shirts. The charcoal media template layout will print the black of the design, but does not use white in these areas. The black media template layout will not print the black as it uses the black from the shirt.

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Also call Tigers at AA. They will go through with you step by step. It won't take long at all.
Did you found the differences between GC and AA RIP?
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Default Re: neorip printing on heather grey

thanks for the input, that what i was using. the charcoal template has some disadvantages but definitely does a good job, it can print a little bit too much white in some cases.

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Also call Tigers at AA. They will go through with you step by step. It won't take long at all.
Did you found the differences between GC and AA RIP?
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thanks! 90% of times neorip is much better than CG. my past (other printer) dtg experiences have been wasting around 20+ shirts per month in reprints because of bad colors. neorip saves me lots and lots of time (and money) because its always good. you need to find your way around the program and there are some interface issues that are a annoying but when you see the shirt rolling out of the printer....wow. i never want to print without it. i do lots of 1-10 piece jobs so i get totally different artworks in. its feels great to give a customer top quality.
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Default Re: neorip printing on heather grey

Thank you so much that You enjoy NeoRIP f2000. Welcome to NeoEpsonFamily.
Did you test ink usage?
Put in same image into GC and same image size to NeoRIP. And read both ink usage. Actually weighting is correct measure but hey this is most people can do for now. It will be a great info to TSF Epson owners.
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thanks for the input, that what i was using. the charcoal template has some disadvantages but definitely does a good job, it can print a little bit too much white in some cases.



thanks! 90% of times neorip is much better than CG. my past (other printer) dtg experiences have been wasting around 20+ shirts per month in reprints because of bad colors. neorip saves me lots and lots of time (and money) because its always good. you need to find your way around the program and there are some interface issues that are a annoying but when you see the shirt rolling out of the printer....wow. i never want to print without it. i do lots of 1-10 piece jobs so i get totally different artworks in. its feels great to give a customer top quality.
White ink drop can be adjusted in RIP. 90% better? Wait until you getting used it. Than 100% soon. Lol.
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Compare printing time.
Compare ink usage.
Compare final print looks. Especially 1/2 tone to photo images. Fades.
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