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Is Caldera Soft V9.1 / HP Edition 26500 compatible with my HP Latex 330?

Discussion in 'RIP Software & Color Management' started by kaczkastudio, Oct 15, 2016.

  1. kaczkastudio

    kaczkastudio New Member

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    Is Caldera Soft V9.1 / HP Edition 26500 compatible with my HP Latex 330?

    I would like to buy used:

    Caldera VisualRip+ Special Edition HP


    L2x500 in Version 9


    2. 2x HP LFP + VisualCut for


    Cuting Plotter



    I hope it will works on my HP 330 Latex?

    Thanx for info.
     
  2. FrankW

    FrankW Active Member

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    You need Caldera 9.2 or higher to drive a Latex 330.

    Could be, when this is a special edition for HP Latex 26500, that you need to buy a new driver too. This is most of the time the case with that special editions.
     
  3. kaczkastudio

    kaczkastudio New Member

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    Upgrade to 9.20 is free but I didn't know I have to buy driver to my HP Latex 330. Do you think it could be unprofitable?
     
  4. perfectpdf

    perfectpdf Premium Subscriber

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    make sure you don't upgrade past yosemite either if your on version 9.
     
  5. kaczkastudio

    kaczkastudio New Member

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    What is Yosemite
     
  6. FrankW

    FrankW Active Member

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    Yosemite is Mac OS X 10.10 ... if you drive Caldera on a Mac.

    I can't decide if a new driver is unprofitable. The FlexiPRINT delivered with the printer is free. Depends on your expectations.
     
  7. kaczkastudio

    kaczkastudio New Member

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    Yes I`ve got FlexiPrint but it`s not very good in my opinion.
     
  8. FrankW

    FrankW Active Member

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    The FlexiPRINT HP Basic Edition is a basic version of the FlexiPRINT Range. And the driver works much better with that HP Printers than the one of caldera. For example, if wanting that, FlexiPRINT can automatically poll media size and profile settings, Caldera can't do that as far as I have worked out, as caldera won't synchronize the profile library from the printer automatically.
     
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