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Discussion in 'Mutoh' started by ezkimo, Mar 7, 2007.

  1. ezkimo

    ezkimo Member

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    Well i am 99 % sure that this is legal and morally right !
    plz stop me if you think it is not.

    The thing is i don't know (yet) how to make my own color profiles for my pritners !
    so would it be that absurd to have a profiles thread or a collection here on the site ?

    I am planing to learn to make my own profiles. and in those cases i could assume that a database with other ppl profiles for testing would be nice.
     
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  2. Steve C.

    Steve C. Very Active Member

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    Click on the Printingdigital.net banner at the bottom of the page. I think
    they offer a pretty large selection of print profiles.
     
  3. ezkimo

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    yeah they alot of icc profiles.

    few for valuejet and the toucan tho :(

    should i maby just advertise to those who have valuejet toucan and hp5500
    to send me profiles ?

    also anyone who could give me some pointers how to start learning to make profiles. and what spectrum gadgets works well?
     
  4. Replicator

    Replicator Major Contributor

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    I asked the same question of Fred a while back and the reply was of sound mind !

    There are so many different printers and settings and substrates and blah, blah blah, . . .

    That it would probably not work . . . What might work fantastically for me and my machine and substrate.

    might work completely differently for you even if you have the same set of circumstances
     
  5. Rod

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    Aside from the various printer-specific settings within the profile, there are also the environmental conditions wherein the printer is operating (e.g., humidity, room temperature). Though you can obtain a profile for a particular media and ink combination, you still need to test the print quality and tweak the profile as appropriate.
     
  6. ezkimo

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    ok then but how can i make my own profiles ?

    plz point me to some reading material hardware ideas and other tips
     
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