I am interested in buying Wilflex's Easyart 2 as it seems to be a cheap option for a colour seperation software package. Has anybody used it? If so, how does it compare to products on the mark like FastFilms / FastRIP.
I think you're confused.Easy Art does not print half tones, nor does Fast Films, they merely seperate the art. You're gonna need a RIP for printing halftones. The screens are pretty accurate like I said.
I have not experimented with various image resolution and have always used 250-300dpi as I think most printers print at 300dpi or less. Some software programs suggest 200dpi for regular artwork and 250-300dpi for high detailed artwork. Some suggested that the dpi should not be more than the mesh count (in inches) but no less than 150dpi. What is your take on these?
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