RE: Imagesetter vs. Inkjet

From: Jason DeFontes ^lt;[email protected]>
Date: 12/08/04-09:50:37 PM Z
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Thanks Jim, that is all helpful info. I think I will be starting with inkjet
negs, since I have everything I need to do that already. If you do get a
chance to do a comparison please let us know how it goes.

On the other hand, my place is slowly turning into a hardware graveyard. I
just scored a cheap densitometer... I've even got an SE-30 in the garage. If
I'm not careful I'm going to wind up bidding on one of these things... :)


> -----Original Message-----
> From: Jim Morris []
> I really like my imagesetting equipment. And, even though it
> looks and
> operates like equipment from the dawn of imaging, the negative and
> prints belie their prehistoric origin.
> Jim Morris
> PS- I should also point out that some of the software for
> many of the
> older imagesetters may not run on current computers. Mine requires a
> Quadra 800 and ThinNet - two more historical gems.
Received on Wed Dec 8 21:48:50 2004

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