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Allister Wells

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Post Thu Nov 15, 2018 10:39 am

printing on md3 using ss21 mimaki cjv30 60

using the metamark profile in rasterlink throu corel the images dont seem to be as good as i expected the black etc is more of a grey black and the overall quality is okish but not as good as expected ...when i stick a random profile in from mactac its loads better ..am i missing something here?
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Jamie Wood

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Post Thu Nov 15, 2018 11:18 am

Re: printing on md3 using ss21 mimaki cjv30 60

After having several sub-par profiles from various manufacturers, I've whittled it down to just a few, which I know will work on most materials. My advice would be to use whichever profile gives you the best (or most pleasing) result. Otherwise, it may be worth getting someone in, to create specific profiles for your different media.
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Allister Wells

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Post Thu Nov 15, 2018 11:38 am

Re: printing on md3 using ss21 mimaki cjv30 60

cheers for that im new to the printing side of things and i thought i must be missing something ..ive found profiles i like the results of so ill stick with them

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