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Old 09-30-2009, 08:55 AM   #3
klok
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Our firm got a test version of a software called InkSaver. So from now on we send all pdf-s from clients that include CMYK information thrue it and then we place them on print forms. We are doing that for two days now, so it is too soon to talk about saving expecialy, because most of our print producions is based on 2 to 3 color versions. Speaking of quality of print - there is a slightly difference in a positive way.
Can you tell me don Arnoldy, why would be unwised to use that sort of a software? You know, when someone wants to sell you something usually forgets to tell you that kind of unsignificul details... (smile)
Oh! Read your post again and realised, that our "orders" are to use the InkSaver before separation process... now I'm really confused...

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