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Discussion Ink Problems

Discussion in 'Digital Printing' started by GetTarps, Mar 5, 2019.

  1. GetTarps

    GetTarps Member

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    Please see image below:

    Is this the ink or the image?? HELP...PLEASE
     

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  2. BlueMoonATL

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    looks like possibly a different profile or media was used on the two prints.
     
  3. GetTarps

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    Oh...we did download the image and tiled it at different times. I thought it was a problem with converting a rgb yo s cmyk or vice versa.
     
  4. GetTarps

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    Do you know of anyone to look over an image file to see if it correct? Like a 1.7 gig file
     
  5. GetTarps

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    See other image below:
     

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  6. GetTarps

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    We did tile it at different times...I had no idea that tilling would change the color that much.
     
  7. jay etheredge

    jay etheredge New Member

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    Looks like the image. In both pictures the darker shade of blue is too exact to be a profile or an ink issue. If it were ink starvation it should fade into a different shade. I've had people put cyan in light cyans tank and have ad it get dark and then light again because the two inks weren't mixed up together and the outcome was a blue image getting darker then lighter so thats a possibility, but squared of portions of a blue image getting darker? Seems that would be a digital issue.
     
  8. ColorCrest

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    Operator error. Post #3 by the OP explains it.
     
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  9. GetTarps

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    You think it's a combination of rgb to cmyk conversion?
     
  10. ColorCrest

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    I'm guessing you processed the files differently at times than one another.
     
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