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RIP Technology—Colorimetry and Color Management in Digital Textile Printing

With the growing share of digital print for textiles, software and workflow can often be more critical than the printing engine itself. In this article, we provide information about software RIPs and their role in the digital fabric printing process.

By WhatTheyThink Guest Contributor
Published: March 2, 2020

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By John Lee on Mar 04, 2020

Hi, I have a quick question to clarify with you.
You talked about D65 in light condition is standard in Europe printing. Are you referring in textile printing? In global std in print on paper (and/or plastic), D50 is the standard viewing condition. Pls correct me if I misunderstood. Thx.

 

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