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Custom profiles in Flexisign 10?

Discussion in 'Flexi' started by John Thomson, Dec 1, 2013.

  1. John Thomson

    John Thomson Member

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    Hi,

    I run Flexi 10 with my Mimaki jv3 and Chinese import Tjet printer.

    The profiles I hav efor the Tjet are not great so I plan to create my own.
    i have borrowed a Spectrocam.

    Is this easy to do?Anything I need to look out for?

    Thanks

    John
     
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  2. Doug78

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    I have flexi 10 and a TJet 1671. Can you tell me how you got the drivers for it into flexi?
     
  3. FrankW

    FrankW Very Active Member

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    The Profiler will guide you through the process, should be easy to follow ... as long as you have a little basics about color management.
     
  4. Doug78

    Doug78 Member

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    The profiler in flexi I assume?
     
  5. mrugen

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    Color Profiler in Flexi - New Guide Released

    Interesting you brought this topic up because I just finished writing a new guide for this very topic. I am doing some final edits, but I've included a copy here for you use. It will guide you from start to finish and I put some tips in the guide as well. Just keep in mind to make a GOOD profile you need time and patience. Most important is that you allow the printed patches and swatches to dry and cure before measuring etc. Its all in the guide.

    If you decide to use the guide, let me know what you think.
     

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