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Epson gs6000 acting like a ....

Discussion in 'Epson' started by Sashatronics, Aug 21, 2011.

  1. Sashatronics

    Sashatronics Member

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    Ok, so what I understand for every media there is a different approach. I have this media customer brought to me print on, I tried many many different profiles on onyx 10, but still can't get it 100% on. Ether there is strokes, lines or not enoughth color. Just disappointed. Any way to hire someone to get some to profile, and teach more about this awesome machine?
     
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  2. OldPaint

    OldPaint Major Contributor

    what is the material they brought you???duhhhhh
     
  3. Dice

    Dice Active Member

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    Epson is pretty much fire and forget, almost no issues.

    Most likely the material your customer brought in is very poor quality or is not Solvent Printable.
     
  4. Sashatronics

    Sashatronics Member

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    I found profile by 3m and it's about 80% right.

    I have no idea what is this material, they don't know, but for sure it is for solvent printers..

    Now I just need to learn how to do profiles and I am set))
     
  5. OldPaint

    OldPaint Major Contributor

    why are they so set on their material??? snd why you wasting your time.........when you have material that will work??
     
  6. Custom_Grafx

    Custom_Grafx Very Active Member

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    Did you used to be a politician in your past life?
     
  7. parrott

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    If your supplier doesn't even know what the material is, I sure as hell wouldn't put it on my printer. Stick with a reputable manufacturer and you should be ok. Like Dice says, "fire and forget".
     
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