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SP-300 ink bleeding

Discussion in 'Roland' started by Designer85, May 3, 2007.

  1. Designer85

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    I've noticed that on close examination of my printing the ink looks like it's slightly bleeding. Is this normal? From a distance it looks fine, maybe very slightly blurred because of the bleeding issue though.

    I'm new to this and bought the printer along with a bunch of vinyl that wasn't clearly marked. Could I be using the wrong profile or something?
     
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  2. ChiknNutz

    ChiknNutz Major Contributor

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    Wrong profile for the given media. Sounds like the ink restriction isn't adequate or heater is too low for this mat'l (but could be a combo of several things).
     
  3. Gino

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    How long of a print are you running ??
     
  4. thewood

    thewood Very Active Member

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    Sounds like Chris nailed it--too much ink / too little heat. You could always add a white hairline around objects to minimize the bleeding, also.
     
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