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Ills white channel?

Discussion in 'Adobe' started by TheProfessor, Jan 5, 2009.

  1. TheProfessor

    TheProfessor Member

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    I am printing on a Durst RHO with a white channel available. I need to print a file, second sided on plexi, with a white channel without rasterizing in photoshop. My sales rep is afraid the raster will be too soft for the already soft printing of small text on the RHO.

    I feel like the answer is something I should know, but I haven't found anyone who knows if you can print a white channel from a vector software without rasterizing.

    Help please :)
    -Prof
     
  2. Rick

    Rick Certified Enneadecagon Designer

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    Have you tried making a spot white, then I'm thinking you overprint the white (go to WINDOW>ATTRIBUTES>select white, hit overprint)
     
  3. TheProfessor

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    thanks, I will let you know if it works :)
     
  4. TheProfessor

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    I tried 4 different options and none worked... I used the white spot color already in the swatch menu, I added overprint to that swatch, I made a new white spot swatch, and I tried making that same swatch and calling it ALPHA instead of white....

    anyone have any other suggestions?
     
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