The Crystal Clear Film will show "cracks" when held to light - it is aimed at design stage proof samples.
The Epson ClearProof (C13S042371) or ClearProof Thin (C13S042408) film are aimed at final stage proofs and produce a very solid White with no cracking as long as the density of the...
We have a solution called Star Plate.
Over 80+ installations since released last year, mainly in Screen/Flexo/Letterpress companies who require Imagesetter quality linework and screen.
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Not for MaxPro/MaxColor...
For the 2nd question, I don't know how they work from a colour conversion point of view.
What I can say is that MaxPro and MaxColor allow you to do far more than colour conversion.
The post conversion editing tools are very good.
They allow users to carry out...
No - the process would be - Open file - Select colour Filter - Process.
The colour filter would contain the CMYK+, CMYK ++, CMY++ etc... mixture - so you could have a library of these predefined colour mixtures.
You could also choose to apply the filter only to specific separations within the...
MaxPro uses it's .mp file format irrespective of whether a file has LW, CT or a combination of both.
If you mean can you open a LW which is multiple Spot Colour, generate colour palettes made up of CMYK + + and apply these to replace the Spot colours then yes.
While you are at it, you could...
MaxColor as a standalone application accepts RGB or CMYK Tiff files and exports PSD for placement after conversion and adjusting/retouching.
If you wanted to work on text and tint (vector) then you would use MaxColor within MaxPro. That way you could work on all elements in one file. So we...
Two choices - Firstly, reproduce CMYK using Spots where possible (ie, remove one or more of the CMYK channels and replace with Spots, so saving a plate or two) - You would probably choose to do this in a reprint scenario where the original CMYK image needed to be closely matched.
MaxColor is available as a module in MaxPro or as a standalone application.
Standalone, it accepts RGB or CMYK Tiffs and exports a PSD file format - As a module in MaxPro, it accepts the aforementioned plus the MaxPro (.mp) file format.
The.mp file is a raster CT and LW plus if necessary a HCT...
MaxColor is an option.
It is part of the MaxPro suite of Pre Press applications developed for the Packaging industry which was launched at Drupa in 2008.
At this time, we concentrated on developing the MaxPro and MaxStep applications which provide a raster WYSIWYG trapping and step and repeat...
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