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The CMS sales also quote me a Presssign pro. How does it compared to the software from x-rite?
Any special thing I might need to be aware of?
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Hi, we have picked up a leftover stock of INDIGO PRESS at a large prinshop closure.
Here is what we have:
PMS 293 x8
Binary Development UNIT x1, Brand new, I had openend the box slightly just to make sure - it is 100% new, sealed
Suction Cups, 1 full box and 2 partials, about 1.5 packages
Image blankets 1 box, 10 pcs inside
Another package saying "10 HP Impression Paper" that has 9 pcs.
These are offered as entire lot, please make an offer.
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I'm pretty certain I know my answer, but it's been a few years since I visited this problem and maybe newer software versions have brought newer results. I'm still on Acrobat 8 (it works) and Illustrator from CS 5 - version 15 or 16 i think.
A label printer wants to convert my PDF files to Illustrator first and run them from there. I've had this issue before with a different label manufacturer. I think it's so they can make a die line in Illustrator. I'm prepared to send a PDF die line, but . . .
My experience is that Illustrator is NOT a PDF editor. This has pretty much been confirmed once again this morning because a couple fonts were missing when they opened my PDF in Illustrator. My Pitstop pre-flight claims they are indeed embedded.
Their solution: Outline the fonts. This to me is only part of the solution.
I'm more concerned about colour shift than fonts. I speak from experience. I nearly had a large label order rejected due to colour shift. I opened my file for the label people first in Acrobat, then in Illustrator, put the eyedropper on both (it was a light cream colour). Indeed there was a difference.
This was a few years ago.
I'm concerned. Any thoughts or input?
Including the units purchased in the over-allotment option, ARP issued a total of 6,325,000 common units at an offering price of per unit.
if anyone has one for sale please let me know.
i am located in mississauga, ontario, CANADA