Been looking all over for a smart solution to this, but so far I haven't found anything.
I'm UV printing on transparent glass. As the UV printer does not print 'white' nor is there a white background (CYMK inks are used) I'm wondering how I can preview this setup in Illustrator or Photoshop?
So basically I need to remove the presence of white in the images I'm working with.
Best solution so far has been to use the blend mode Multiply, but that doesn't work in transparency preview or Simulate Overprint.
Really not sure what to test next, possibly remove the complete white channel? Color separate the plates and then stick them together on a transparent background?