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Versaworks color density level

Discussion in 'Roland' started by jagsouthern, May 17, 2007.

  1. jagsouthern

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    I have been having a problem with the 100% black smearing even after 24 hours. I am wondering if the coverage is so dense that the ink will not thoroughly set. What will the "density level" adjustment in Versaworks do to coverage? I am using EcoSol Max inks and compatible media. Are there other causes for such problems? Heaters are up to max too.
     
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  2. javila

    javila Active Member

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    Where did you get your profiles from?


    changing the density levels will fudge up your colors.
     
  3. Goofball

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    Use Matt material instead of Gloss.....you will thank me later.
     
  4. jagsouthern

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    Profiles come from Versaworks and they do match the media. I am assuming that you goof are saying that matte is more durable than gloss; this would be nice if I don't want to laminate everything...and I don't. What then does the density level adjustment do for the printing?
     
  5. Mason

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    It has to a profile issue or some other setting, typically VersaWorks lays down less ink than say printing from Flexi..
     
  6. javila

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    You mess with the density levels are you're creating the profiles. What material/profile combo are you using?
     
  7. Goofball

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    Jag...I'm not saying that Matt material is more durabale.....it is a little thicker so it's easier to work with......the way it takes the ink is amazing....I rarely laminate prints and I've got several that has been outside for over a year and still looks fine. With Matt material you can print on high speed and get a better look than you can printing on Gloss on standard. Give it a try sometime. As far as density level adjustments I'm not the one to ask on that. Goof luck!

    Bob
     
  8. creative

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    Density increase/decrease the amount of ink deposited on the material
     
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