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Oracal 3620 Removable Clear

Discussion in 'Roland' started by adamfilip, Feb 2, 2010.

  1. adamfilip

    adamfilip Member

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    I am having trouble running Oracal 3620 removable clear on my Versacamm Vp-540
    on any solid coverage areas i run into heavy banding and light ink pooling

    Ive tried running several profiles, none seem to make much difference
    I cant find a profile specifically made for this media for versaworks

    anyone recommend a profile or a better removable clear vinyl?
     
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  2. Slamdunkpro

    Slamdunkpro Member

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    Call Oracal?
     
  3. pure_media

    pure_media Member

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    I'm not having the problem of banding. Our colors are coming out solid except for spotting. We're using a profile, i believe we found on the Oracal website, 3621G. Which seems to work just fine.

    But I too am having a problem with 3620 G Transparent. On solid color it is leaving color spots, in my opinion it looks like germs you'd see in a petri dish. We think its a static problem and are trying to wipe it down with a damp cloth but it's a hit or miss outcome. Some prints have been fine but others are not. The color is coming out solid though. These spots are just driving me crazy.

    Did you find a better profile? try looking on their site. Any thought to my problem? thanks.
     
  4. grafxxx

    grafxxx Very Active Member

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    when i print on clear i just use the gvcp glossy calendered vinyl profile actually i use that profile for everything.
     
  5. Crank up the heat and try the canned ESMCCVP or CCV2 profiles.
     
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