Settings hint sheet Canon Canon Special 1, 5 and 6 achieves good results from the standard settings list. Special 5 works especially well with 8100 and driver. 8300/63x0 is the Media Type I and “Canon Proofing Paper (High)” Output profile set in Perceptual Matching Method or Special 6 - e-mail us for profile email@example.com 8000/9000 The Canon 300gsm Commercial Proofing Paper setting gives good results. The “Special 1-5” settings vary the amount of black laid down. Starting with 1 @ 140% to 5 @ 245%. The results are good with paper settings and ICC set to Comm Proofing on the “S” series. Epson 6000 with Onyx, use the 3M IJ40-20 profile. Environment for GS6000 Colorburst RIP’s are: • Generic Vinyl, • Adhesive Vinyl, • Generic - Quality 1 - Bi-D - 1440x720-VS 8P - Adhesive Vinyl You can turn the black down 10-20% if you think it is too strong and not drying. 11880 Profiles Premium Glossy 170 1440 High Speed NO Super Microweave also -15 Color Density +10 Drying Time 7900 and 9900 on front panel in the settings turn ON the Matte Black ink and turn OFF Photo Black ink. Most other Epson Wide Format Printers have either Photo Black or Matte Black ink installed. Please look to see which black you have. Epson Machines using RIPs see the RIP Manufacturer Web Site for most current ICC profile. Some RIPs do not have profiles for Photo Black ink with Phototex. Use the settings below. For Matte Black Ink on Water Based Ink Machines: Use Velvet Fine Art Roll Paper Setting. Also you can in Paper Settings turn Down Density -15% In Color Configuration turn Down Saturation -10% and turn Up Brightness 15%. For Photo Black Ink on Water Based Ink Machines: Use Premium Luster Photo Paper (250) also you can in Paper Setting turn Down Density -20 In Color Configuration turn Down Saturation -7% and turn Up Brightness 15%. Hewlett Packard HPZ setting 1. HP Hahnemuhle Textured Fine Art Paper (brightest red, darkest black). 2. HP Professional Matte Canvas. 3. HP Premium instant dry gloss photo paper or just glossy paper setting without calibration. Onyx profiles are available on request HP L25500 use Solvent Photo Tex and Light textile setting Roland MD5-100 profile at standard settings. Check the “Media Feed settings” and override the media profile setting within the RIP (Roland Versaworks, within the “printer settings menu”. Alternatively use the Generic Vinyl 2 profile. Ensure that the correct media feed settings are used, this is a 1 minute calibration which should be done every time the media is changed. Using either of these setting and setting the right media feed should give solid colour, decent drying and facilitate print and cut. Mimaki CJV30 - Oracal 3551 JV3 - JV33 Rasterlink profile available on request Further information We are constantly developing new profiles and support information to help our customers to obtain the best results with Phototex. Keep up to date by visiting www.phototex.co.uk . Phototex does not need heavy ink lay down inherent with papers, a good starting point is a Gloss Vinyl setting as there is less ink used to obtain good results.
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