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Old July 13th, 2018 Jul 13, 2018 3:20:50 AM -   #1 (permalink)
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Hi,

is it possible to print on this magic wonderful *ekhm* machines with some other RIP software?

RIP provided by TexJet (version 7) is total misunderstanding. It's like playing one-armed bandit. You never know what will print.

Here are some examples:
- I set the printer to print 3 times the same image - it printed only once
- I set the printer to print 10 times the same image - it printed 9 times because it lost one somewhere
- images came out with 1 cm cropped bottom (1 cm of the image is lost)
- images came out stretched or expanded
- in color+w mode instead printing color after white it printed the white again but half of image lower (wasted shirt)
- image came out blurred (it's sharp but it looks like it moved from the top to the bottom and left traces from slide)

P.S. I hate t-shirting so much that I left my job. It's only 2 weeks more and I will be free. That's the best decision in my life.
 
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Originally Posted by zerg71
Hi,

is it possible to print on this magic wonderful *ekhm* machines with some other RIP software?

RIP provided by TexJet (version 7) is total misunderstanding. It's like playing one-armed bandit. You never know what will print.

Here are some examples:
- I set the printer to print 3 times the same image - it printed only once
- I set the printer to print 10 times the same image - it printed 9 times because it lost one somewhere
- images came out with 1 cm cropped bottom (1 cm of the image is lost)
- images came out stretched or expanded
- in color+w mode instead printing color after white it printed the white again but half of image lower (wasted shirt)
- image came out blurred (it's sharp but it looks like it moved from the top to the bottom and left traces from slide)

P.S. I hate t-shirting so much that I left my job. It's only 2 weeks more and I will be free. That's the best decision in my life.
What is the brand name and model of your printer?
 
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Default Re: RIP opportunities

TexJet PLUS Advanced from Polyprint. That's not the printer issue because I have also second, almost the same printer (TexJet PLUS) - only difference is the way of installing the platens. There I use RIP v6 and it's muuuch more reliable. I cannot use v6 for the advanced version since the platens have different dimensions.
 






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