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Old August 5th, 2016 Aug 5, 2016 7:46:04 PM -   #1 (permalink)
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I have acrorip 8.2.6 and i like to make a flatbed from a epson 9800. some informaton says this printer is compatible but it is not in list. is it compatible or not.
 
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Default Re: acrorip compatibility

The 9880 is on the list so I'll assume the 9800 should work.
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ok i think too but not sure i will buy the 9800 and try before convert to a flatbed,
I never used acrorip is it posible to print white and varnish (gloss)
 
 
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Default Re: acrorip compatibility

I haven't run Acrorip in a very long time. Try emailing the developer!
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i don't know who is the developper and i don't find official websit.
 
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APIX is the developer, I believe.
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Default Re: acrorip compatibility

I have a 9800 epson printer, my head is broken them i like ot chnage it by a dx5 head from my r2000 printer. this head is gold and solvent proof. but when i try to change id rank the head from my r2000 have only 29 digit and the ajd wizard 2 software don't let me enter 29 didgit.
can i replace 9800 head by a r2000 head. my r2000 is old and unlooked head
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