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Which preset should I use? Versaworks.

Discussion in 'RIP Software & Color Management' started by Tony Rome, Aug 6, 2012.

  1. Tony Rome

    Tony Rome Active Member

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    Just wondering what everyone uses for vehicle graphics or for outdoor aluminum signs?
    Some of the presets are MAX Impact, Sign and Display, Pre-press US, etc... or is checking "specify profile and ignore default" the way to go?
    Thanks!

    Versacamm SP540v w Versaworks.
     
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  2. mudmedia

    mudmedia Active Member

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    i run my stuff on max impact
     
  3. amw

    amw Member

    Depends what we are doing and what its printed on.
    but usualy, signs & display or max impact.

    Marsha
     
  4. Tony Rome

    Tony Rome Active Member

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    Thanks! Anyone dare go with High Speed or do you stick with standard when printing vinyl laminated then mounted to aluminum signs for outside?
     
  5. wwpro

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    US Press for bitmaps
    Max Impact for vector artwork

    that's what I learned here and it works for me

    High speed is fine depending on the profile you use, print a small version of your artwork at high speed and standard, then compare
     
  6. Tony Rome

    Tony Rome Active Member

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    thanks everyone, when i bough this the salesman said not to change anything, and most everything i print looks fine, but now i am wondering what else i should be adjusting, if you want to throw out some suggestions...im all ears...thanks again...huge help!
     
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