EPSON P400 Screen Print Film Positive Package
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Get better screen printing film output results with this all-inclusive EPSON film printer package. This complete screen printing film output package system translates halftones, solids, gradients, tints, fonts and more. The system runs off CADLink FilmMaker DTP Plus edition. This is a comparable to AccuRIP Black Pearl/Ruby.
Film positives are used to expose the mesh screens you take to press. Great prints start with great films. Film Maker provides the best quality and value in the inkjet film separation RIP software category. No other RIP vendors can claim the same combination of precision screening, optimum density levels, ease of use and job management workflow tools that Film Maker provides to screen printers. Here's just a sampling of some of the new features! Highest quality, precision silk screening.
EPSON P400 Screen Printer Package Includes
- Epson P400 Inkjet Printer (13in) printer, with a set of ink
- CADLink FilmMaker DTP Plus
- 1 Box of 11” x 17” 100 sheet Water Resistant Inkjet Paper
Epson P400 PrinterThe Epson P400 takes film output to the next level of performance, delivering brilliant, ultra hi-definition films as large as 13" x 19".
- Printing technology: 8-color advanced MicroPiezo inkjet technology optimized for photo printing
- Minimum ink droplet size: 1.5 picoliters
- Maximum print resolution: 5760 x 1440 optimized dpi
CADLink Film Maker Software:
What few people realize is that CADlink Technology has been developing software for creating inkjet films for over 12 years. In fact, there are more people worldwide using CADlink software for this application than any other. It's simply branded under different names since we have been creating this product as OEM software for a wide-group of solutions providers.
Water Resistant Inkjet Paper:
Lawson waterproof inkjet film is only coated on one side. Print on the coated, matte side of the Epson screen print film for proper use. To tell which side is coated: wet your finger and touch the film - it will stick to the coated side.