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    pls help me how to understand rip

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    help you understand what is rip?
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    RIP as in Raster Image Processor/ing? That's the interpolation used by huge format printers such as the Durst Lambdas.

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    gawd i feel stupid..

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    can share information?

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    RIP = Rastor Image Processing.

    Rastorize your print job into an image before printing. You can preview these images, do scaling, orientation, re-arrange/tile etc. before transferring them to the printer or film etc.

    Last time when I worked on the AGFA Chromapress, we got a 4-CPU PowerPC to do the heavy ripping .

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    Btw, RIP can also be applied on consumer printers with the right software/hardware (usually not cheap).

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