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John Wilson

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Post Tue Aug 12, 2008 8:05 pm

euromedia Solvent Photo satin Poster (Victory Designs)

OK I've phoned Victory a few times about this Poster paper (EUSATPOST762)

I only want to know if they have a profile for it or if I've to mess about with standard profiles but I've still to get a phone back

Anyone used it before or know if there is a profile to use?
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Post Tue Aug 12, 2008 8:24 pm

ever thought of producing your own profiles John?

OK it may take an hour or two, and a few metres of material, but i have done a few of my own, and I am quite pleased with the results.

Has any one else tried to do their own?

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Post Tue Aug 12, 2008 8:27 pm

Peter
what profiling hardware are you using

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Post Tue Aug 12, 2008 8:39 pm

eye one kev.
and a print profiler program, that produces an icc

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Post Wed Aug 13, 2008 2:02 am

Re: euromedia Solvent Photo satin Poster (Victory Designs)

John Wilson wrote:OK I've phoned Victory a few times about this Poster paper (EUSATPOST762)

I only want to know if they have a profile for it or if I've to mess about with standard profiles but I've still to get a phone back

Anyone used it before or know if there is a profile to use?



john, you have a versacamm, one of the worlds most, if not the most popular vinyl printers of its size in the world. if they cannot provide the profile for it or they cannot reply to a simple yes/no question on the media they promote, move on. this doesn't inspire confidence...

Grafityp do paper, europoint, cox etc etc give them a call mate.. im sure they will be able to tell you one way or another.
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Post Wed Aug 13, 2008 7:49 am

John, we've been quite impressed with the metamark paper, uses the default profile in versaworks as well, excellent.

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Post Wed Aug 13, 2008 8:28 am

Like Jason, I use the metamark stuff - seems really good. Only thing with it is that have to let it roll out to the floor rather than use the take up roller as ink seems to stay wet too long (have mimaki - so maybe different for your roland).

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Post Wed Aug 13, 2008 8:39 am

We were advised to push the printing heater to max, seems to work a treat then.

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Post Wed Aug 13, 2008 12:42 pm

Ok they phoned me back today after phoning them this morning again

I was told to try using "a" glossy vinyl profile

Trial and error I think then..... wish me luck :evil:
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Post Wed Aug 13, 2008 12:46 pm

Jason Davies wrote:We were advised to push the printing heater to max, seems to work a treat then.

Jason


Printing heater and dryer to 50c?
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Post Wed Aug 13, 2008 1:56 pm

John Wilson wrote:Ok they phoned me back today after phoning them this morning again

I was told to try using "a" glossy vinyl profile

Trial and error I think then..... wish me luck :evil:


just send it back telling them i only deal with professional suppliers

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Post Wed Aug 13, 2008 2:07 pm

Chris Wool wrote:
John Wilson wrote:Ok they phoned me back today after phoning them this morning again

I was told to try using "a" glossy vinyl profile

Trial and error I think then..... wish me luck :evil:


just send it back telling them i only deal with professional suppliers

chris


I know it's the same with there colour print range.... there is 3 main types and all different... normal, flock and textured but all 3 are ment to be used with the generic TTRH profile :o I've kinda given up on using my versacamm for tshirts at the moment until I get better results

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