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versaworks is laying in down on white??

Discussion in 'RIP Software & Color Management' started by 702 graphics, Feb 24, 2010.

  1. 702 graphics

    702 graphics Member

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    I have a section of a graphic that has zero cmyk values. for some reasom versaworks is laying a small amount of ink in the white. You cant tell when cut out but next to the roll of vinyl its a really light grey
     
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  2. luggnut

    luggnut Very Active Member

    are you using absolute colormetric rendering intent? it does that.
     
  3. Mosh

    Mosh Major Contributor

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    Is it a bitmap you are printing?
     
  4. Rooster

    Rooster Very Active Member

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    Is it all the white in the image doing it or just that section?

    If it's just one section it's probably a transparency issue. Otherwise I'm in luggnut's camp on this one. It's either using the absolute colorimetric intent or your profile may be corrupted.
     
  5. tanneji

    tanneji Member

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    if its a photo then its the photo having a background as opposed to transparent.
     
  6. 702 graphics

    702 graphics Member

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    Thanks guys you all rock!. It was a vector file created in flexi. Exported as an EPS and ripped in versaworks. I am at colorimetric intent. What do you guys use for render intent and why?
     
  7. JFERG90

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    I am having the same issue only it is on tradeshow booth material. It in the white spaces on t he print and on both sides of each panel it is laying down a small amount of blue ink with each pass. Almost looks like headstrikes but we have eliminated that as a possibility.

    Any one have any suggestions.
     
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