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Icc profile with higher ink density to be used on a lower pass

Discussion in 'Hewlett Packard' started by Kemraj, Oct 18, 2019.

  1. Kemraj

    Kemraj New Member

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    Good day i have a question about the icc profiles. I have a hp latex 365
    So for instance we know 6 pass don't use higher than 100 Ink density.
    But if i use my 10pass 120 ink density or higher icc profile and use it in the 6 pass profile Will i achieve higher Gamuts? Will this work.
     
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  2. jimmmi

    jimmmi Member

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    How are you going to do this? The reason 6 pass goes maximum 100% ink is that more ink won't cure in 6 passes. Media stays too little time in curing zone.
     
  3. Kemraj

    Kemraj New Member

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    The you can select anther icc profile on the flexi software and if you go to edit the profiles in the printer you can select another icc profile with a higher pass.
     
  4. dypinc

    dypinc Very Active Member

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    Most likely lower gamut as it was based on 120 ink density and very well could have dialed back gamut based on the density. Make a new profile for your 6pass mode.
     
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