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Need Help Question Roland Versacamm sp540i - Not printing teal.

Discussion in 'Roland' started by 3Sixty5Designs, Aug 18, 2020.

  1. 3Sixty5Designs

    3Sixty5Designs New Member

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    Can not seem to get mt versacamm sp540 to print teal, Maybe other colors missing aswell?
    Will post a test print and other pictures of whats happening. PLEASE HELP!!!

    test print seems to be fine

    im trying to print a bright teal and lime green, although it doesn't look like it in the picture of the computer screen. and the last picture is the actual print. test 1.jpg 117444647_642827433297997_4072294661547305167_n.jpg 117595765_344552096727651_4958179397860337729_n.jpg test 1.jpg 117444647_642827433297997_4072294661547305167_n.jpg 117595765_344552096727651_4958179397860337729_n.jpg
     
  2. hand851

    hand851 Roland Mutoh & Mimaki inks digiprint-parts.com

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    Profile. Also try to select sign and display in the rip.
     
  3. woolly

    woolly Active Member

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    print the spot colour sheets using the profile and quality you need from versaworks then chose the spot colour then dial in the number very useful when chasing colours
     
  4. MikePatterson

    MikePatterson Head bathroom cleaner.

    Your monitor is rendering in RGB and your RIP is converting RGB to CMYK. As stated above , print the spot color library from VW and choose the colors you want.
    We design in CMYK so avoid color shifting as much as possible. We also have everything calibrated to work together. Your monitor will not be perfect match to print the printer but will be close enough. Also you have to design with the output in mind and not what looks good on screen.

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