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    Junior Member danyhell is on a distinguished road
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    Looking for color profiles

    hi all,
    im looking for color profiles for mimaki jv3 using rasterlink pro, any ideas of source?

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    My answer won't help you directly but recently we faced similar problem. We tried a lot of recommended by distributor/suppliers/familiars profiles and came to a conclusion that for this specific case we would finally need to build profiles with native mimaki profile utility and now we are waiting for i1 pro delivery. Nothing else worked.

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    Calibrate your substrates on your own with EFI XF or Caldera software, it's the only way to get an accurate result

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    profiles

    I can help you with all the icc profiles that i have . They were made for diferent media by the specialist that delivered the mimaki printer . After installing them you can print samples and see witch one is more real. That worked for me .

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    Just look in manufacturer's media web site.

    Most of them have standard profiles for several rips.

    [URL="http://avery-us.color-base.com/add_system.php"]http://avery-us.color-base.com/add_system.php[/URL]

    [URL="http://www.oracal.com/knowledge/icc-profiles.asp"]http://www.oracal.com/knowledge/icc-profiles.asp[/URL]


    I hope this may help you

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    what is your rip ??
    Flexisign user

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    The problem with rasterlik is they embed the linearization & ink limit in private tags in the ICC, so only ICC created from RasterLink Profiler wors fine with rasterlink....

    Even embeding the linearization in the ICC with the new i1Profiler it doesn't work with RasterLink...

    My recomendation, change the RIP

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    What ink/rip combination are you using? You can download ICC's from Mimaki's website directly in the download section.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tisoypinoy View Post
    What ink/rip combination are you using? You can download ICC's from Mimaki's website directly in the download section.
    I think that is better MAKE a profile and not use the standard one

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    Generic profiles directly from mimaki website work great for most prints (banners, adhesive vinyls and paper), however if you are doing fine art replication then it would be best to pick up an I1 or a DTP41 to create your own profiles. Im not sure how it works in raster link but in onyx you have to go through the media manger.

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    merged posts

    Whether is at whom a profile on gs6000

    On original ink

    Or on ink bordeaux

    As profile for ink toyo

    For the printer ikontek 3306 heads seiko 510 spt
    Last edited by aaron125; 12-23-2011 at 12:54 AM. Reason: Please edit original post, DO NOT create so many single statements in seperate posts

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