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After 10 years of saying I would never get into screen printing, I am going against my promises and Jumping in. I currently do embroidery, have a dtg, a versacamm for apparel and for banners, signs etc. Have a full sublimation set up, etc etc etc,

I attended a crash course along with my husband last weekend to look in to everything (Atlas Screen Supply) and we decided to move forward. I am doing this at the request of one of my Clients, who will be pretty much the main business we have for this. Question. I will need separation Software, so in your opinions, what is the best. I mainly use Corel, but have Photoshop and AI.
 

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If you mainly use Corel I would suggest getting simple seps. It works awesome and will output halftones without the need for a separate rip software. Corel will separate spot colors for you... but anything more than that you'll need separation software, or learn to do it manually.. simple seps raster is also great and I would suggest that also..

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If you mainly use Corel I would suggest getting simple seps. It works awesome and will output halftones without the need for a separate rip software. Corel will separate spot colors for you... but anything more than that you'll need separation software, or learn to do it manually.. simple seps raster is also great and I would suggest that also..

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Jeron
Everything suggested is spot on suggested above. I own a bunch of the separation software and Simple Seps and Simple Seps raster are my go to programs. There will be other post that try to discredit these guys but feel free to contact me for proof they are exactly what they say and more
 
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