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Color question

Discussion in 'Roland' started by Jim Hill, Sep 27, 2012.

  1. Jim Hill

    Jim Hill Active Member

    I have an SP-300 and when I create new vector images I send them to the printer using RGB colors.

    For some reason the yellow are looking more gold then yellow.

    I have done a few medium cleanings which helped a little.

    I have also wiped down the encoder strip with alcohol.

    I would like to hear from other Roland users it they are also just using RGB colors or whatever colors they are using.

    How often to you change the encoder strip and how hard is it to change?

    Ink cartridges are all full and the dampers appear to be working fine with no cross contamination.

    I also soaked the heads in the Roland cleaning solution and the test print looks really great with very little drop out.

    Thanks Jim
  2. CS-SignSupply

    CS-SignSupply Very Active Member

    What RIP is being used?
  3. DaveDickhoff

    DaveDickhoff New Member

    Sep 14, 2012
    RGB=monitor, CMYK=printer,
    My guess is that you used an rgb colour wich is impossible to print, why choose an coloursystem wich has an much wider gamma off colours then you could ever print?

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