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JV33 Banding

Discussion in 'Mimaki' started by Area51Graphix, Jul 25, 2009.

  1. Area51Graphix

    Area51Graphix Member

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    Hi guys, grettins from Venezuela!! :biggrin:

    I hope you can help me with these!

    I have a problem of banding when printing orange colors and some covinations of magenta, the weird thing is that in the other colors never happens...

    Anyone here knows why this may happens???:help
     
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  2. ast

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    hi! how many pass is your jv33 running on? hows the condition of your printhead?
     
  3. Area51Graphix

    Area51Graphix Member

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    Hi ast!!

    I'm printing 540x720 4pass on Rasterlink 4pro! the printhead is perfect, the printer is new!!
     
  4. ast

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    Its a 'light-dark-light-dark' banding? Or white thin line in.between passes?
    I think you need to print a least 8pass to achieve acceptable result.
     
  5. Area51Graphix

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    light-dark-light-dark banding!!! I´m going to try 8pass to see if thereany diference!!

    thanx a lot ast for your help!!!
     
  6. ProWraps™

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    all printers band. welcome to the site. and welcome to digital printing. screw with your profiles and heat settings. you will solve your problem/s.
     
  7. ast

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    what you can do is try to calibrate your feed calibration 1st, if it didn't work, then try 8pass ;)

    update us, ok?
     
  8. Area51Graphix

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    I think I'm going to try 8pass maybe because I've try calibrating the feed and nothing.

    I'm update when Itry this!!!

    thanks guys!!!
     
  9. benjercorp

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    May be profiling also what inks are you using??
     
  10. Neil

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    What part of the profiling would cause banding??
    I ask because I've just made a profile for Signlab which is every bit as good as the Rasterling profiles but I have more noticable banding with mine.
    It's like a lawnmower effect - printing Bi Dir the up pass looks a different color to the downpass.
    I'm thinking it may be the drop position?
    I remember the tech setting it up but we changed to high head height later...
     
  11. ast

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    its all about the no. of pass you're running on, run more passes.
     
  12. Morph1

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    you can callibrate on the fly, just in case you're not aware of it ...
    lot easier than trying to print the useless double pass band, I have my default banding set at 0 and calibrate while I print usually 25 - 45 on a 8 pass... you can determine the amount visually.
     
  13. ProWraps™

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    not always the case. vertical banding has nothing to do with passes. that would be a horizontal banding issue.
     
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