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Old 03-15-2005, 07:24 PM
travisfam travisfam is offline
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epson 2200 postscript rip

I need a new color postscipt printer, (inkjet or laser) that I can use for page layout programs.
I am looking at the epson 2200 with the postscript rip. Does anyone have experience with it and it is worth buying.

I had an Epson 1280 with a rip which worked great on OS9, but they dont make a rip for the 1280 on OSX. I am considering the 2200 with the rip but need advice.

I only have about $1000 to spend an a color postscipt printer what should I do?
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Old 04-11-2005, 04:15 AM
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You Need Power Rip X

I have Power Rip X - it's great for proofing images, especially as you can print to different profiles.

Click here for their website

hope this helps...

Ian
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