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hello all, i just downloaded a trial version of spot process separation studio. after i installed it i was reading the manual and it says that you need a printer with halftone capabilities or a rip software. i dont have any of those. will i still be able to print my image with halftones which was separated in this program? i tried to print it and the positives were solid and no halftones were present. or could i be able to convert the image to halftones and print them?

like for example after i do my separations in spot color separation studio i then open the file in photoshop and then convert them to halftone and then print. will this method work?
 

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what printer do you use? you may ask the developer of accurip for driver software of your printer. i am using epson R290 which is not in the list of printer in accurip. they give me a version which R290 is included.
 

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what printer do you use? you may ask the developer of accurip for driver software of your printer. i am using epson R290 which is not in the list of printer in accurip. they give me a version which R290 is included.

i have an epson r230. im just starting out. and i wanted to try first their product before i decide to buy.
 
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