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Light Box

Discussion in 'Mutoh' started by msenjur, Sep 26, 2008.

  1. msenjur

    msenjur Member

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    Hello!

    I'm about to do some printing on material for light box (i don't know the material is called). When i did it in past, i was having big problems with full colors, becouse it seems like, they didn't dry enough! And when it was mounted, the color pressed at plexi (plastic material), and there was a drty spot of color. Black is specially sensitive! Few times we did lamination, but i think, that lamination isn't necessery if everything is set ok.

    So, the problem is temperature, and too much color, i think. If i turn heat on, material gets wrinkle, so there are lines visible! if i set lower heat, the color doesn't dry...

    So, what temperature do you use?
    And how much do you low the brightness?

    are there any more settings i should know about?

    Thanks!

    Bye!
     
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  2. msenjur

    msenjur Member

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    ok, now i get some profile form easy sign (software i use for riping), it is called blacklit, but, why does profile make picutre so blury??? [​IMG]

    and when i do print, realy, all colors are diferent than on original!
    If i use, lets say profile for vinyl, colors are much more like original... Why is that??? and if i use vinyl profile, i get problem from upper post!

    Red on this picture has on original 10 100 100 2, on preview 1 72 52 0...

    help anybody...
     
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