Mimaki cjv-150 + Graphtec Cutter

Shawnclift

New Member
Hi everyone


I'm just doing some research for future upgrading and wanted an easier workflow. I just wanted to know if you can use a Mimaki & Graphtec together using Rasterlink and Cutting Master, or can you only use these two together with a third party Rip software like Flexi ( I hate the subscription based :p ) ? If anyones has experience with the workflow that would be great to learn as I couldn't find anything online ?

Thanks :)
 

Shawnclift

New Member
Oh I should mention it's the barcode reader that is tickling my fancy with the Graphtec. So would love to just hit go and let it do it's thing :)
 

Shawnclift

New Member
Rasterlink only works if you have a Mimkai cutter, or you can use it for print only.
I understand you wouldn't be able to use the Graphtec in Rasterlink .But it's more the process of using the Graphtec software and using the barcode reader to cut a roll of printed designs continuously, that's been printed from a Mimaki ?
 

Solventinkjet

DIY Printer Fixing Guide
If you have Illustrator you can just make your files, use the Cutting Master plug-in to add crop marks, print through Rasterlink, and then cut from Cutting Master.
 

Attila Nagy

New Member
Yes, you creating the Cutline ,regmarks and barcode in Illustrator, and Cutting with the CuttingMaster Plugin. You can send the job to print with any Printer or any Rip. After Barcode created you need to send the cut layer to Cuttingmaster and hold it in queue. Cuttingmaster will be your barcode server, and sends the jobs automatically when barcode scanned.
 
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