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Old December 22nd, 2016 Dec 22, 2016 9:04:19 AM -   #1 (permalink)
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Default Forever Transfer Rip White Outlines

Hi, can anyone advise me on this issue i'm facing with the Forever Transfer Rip? i'm getting white outlining where i dont want it, i've inserted 2 pics to describe whats happening, anyone know what to do? number one is the image, number two is after laying down the white before print???
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Default Re: Forever Transfer Rip White Outlines

Those are dark strokes around the objects. The reason why it is white because dark turns to white when the image is inverted into negative. It is negated so that there will be no white toner applied to it.
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Those are dark strokes around the objects. The reason why it is white because dark turns to white when the image is inverted into negative. It is negated so that there will be no white toner applied to it.
Hi Luis but the rip is printing white lines "around" parts of the image after removing the background in PS, see these new pics attached, i tried white toner reduction which did not work however there's very little help on trouble shooting, i'll trying removing the background and adding paths in PS
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Hi Luis but the rip is printing white lines "around" parts of the image after removing the background in PS, see these new pics attached, i tried white toner reduction which did not work however there's very little help on trouble shooting, i'll trying removing the background and adding paths in PS
That is pretty bad. Are the images you posted transferred on the shirt Or is it on transparency. The lines are pretty thin. It probably will not show on the shirt.

If it is on the shirt you can try something like these starting from scratch.

1) Double click the Background lock if the image is flattened. Else skip to 3
2) Click OK
3) Select all the white background
4) Press delete. The white background will change to transparent.
5) Click Select.
6) Click Inverse.
7) Click Paths tab
8) Make New path
9) Save the new path
10) Print the image in transparency

Try it also without deleting the background. Just make and save the path.
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yes it is only on the transfer i would not risk a print, it looks like i should could create the paths first, i'll let you know
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yes it is only on the transfer i would not risk a print, it looks like i should could create the paths first, i'll let you know
thanks Luis
Hello, first time poster here and I was curious if you had managed to figure out why the transfer RIP software kept adding a white outline on your work, I have been having the same problem. I will create a file in photoshop with transparent background, no outline etc and even verify by importing the work over to illustrator and putting on top of a colored background to confirm there is no white that shouldn't be and then go to print and voila, if I use the RIP software it gives a white outline on the image. If anyone could provide guidance, it would be much appreciated.

Also for what it's worth, this only occurs when printing via the RIP software, if I print direct via Adobe, it does not contain the white outline.
 






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