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Roland PC-60

Discussion in 'Roland' started by dweavers, Jul 26, 2009.

  1. dweavers

    dweavers New Member

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    Hi I am new to this forum and have recently got myself a Roland PC-60.
    I am used to the Alps MD series of printers and are trying to come to terms with the roland. One thing they have in common is how they print.
    My printer only came with drivers and I assume that will be enough to do basic printing but if I want to get the most out this printer (small decal work) I also assume that I will need RIP software?
    Is this the case?
    And what if any Rip ever came with the PC-60?
    Can I download the RIP?
    I use Illustrator and Corel Draw for the graphic work and run XP.
    Any help suggestions would be much appreciated
    Thanks
    Darrel
     
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  2. Cross Signs

    Cross Signs Active Member

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    If your doing "small decal work" then you can print and cut right from corel draw. That's what I always did.
     
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    welcome to a outstanding forum and people
     
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