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Ink jet printers are designed to reproduce colour photos on white paper, but screen makers need high contrast positive images on clear film with hard, sharp edges and opacity to stop UV energy.
This is not easy to do with transparent inks designed to create full colour prints by overlapping and blending CMYK inks on white paper.
To increase the ink deposit and to control the dot gain from all that ink - and convert vector image curves into bitmap images that can be printed - you need a software RIP (raster image processor)………….