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Frank W wrote: >OK Folks, here we go! >I want to make my prints, as accurately as possible,> <snip> >I"d love to try some other papers & hope to soon try some archival ink <snip> >My first thought is a profile generating pkg. like Matchlock Profiler <snip> >OTOH - Now that Press Ready is available for the 1200, I'm wondering >whether it might be a better choice in the long run. <snip> >Am I trying to make apples out of oranges? Yes. Unless you are 1. printing postscript files 2. printing graphic design stuff with embeded eps files 3. printing with In Design on the MAC 4. looking for the fastest way to *simulate* SWOP or other common offset/web press conditions with epson inks and epson papers 5. looking to control the 4 (CMYK) inks with channels and other methods for quadtones, small gamut or other exotica You don't need Press Ready. (Apples) If you want to try non-oem papers and non-oem inks... you need profiles... (Oranges) >Frank also wrote >Would this capability be useful in dealing with the possible CMYK archival solutions (like the one J. Cone is testing) for the 6 ink Epsons? This is...(Bananas) Thanks. Bob O. sending from home. - Turn off HTML mail features. Keep quoted material short. Use accurate subject lines. http://www.leben.com/lists for list instructions.
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