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    Exclamation Profiling a Wide Format Printer

    Hello, i'd like tips for profiling my printer, I have an XE-210 SID Signs 6 colors, I have doubts on how to do due to her use Photoprint 6 and have a own software which is the Eprinter 2.10, or if it is not possible tips about this process, wanted to know about the process of profiling via photoprint, I have serious doubts regarding the process that never goes out good, mainly in the generation of black, UCR and GCR.
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    Anybody can help?

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    where is the problem?

    for the begining
    if you print black and white digital images, do you have any problem. and what kind of problem you have?
    over inking, posterization, gray instead of black in full tone? banding?

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    what is the model of the machine?

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    You can try to make good linearization normally and icc using ProfileMaker. I have found this way helpful due to RIPs app limitations (mainly they're based on a part of profilemaker).
    Try to create icc with this settings:
    1. size - large
    2. LOGO Colorful
    3. Gray neutral
    4. inkjet GCR
    5. 380% total limit and 80% as a black end
    This should make your black stronger.

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    In addition to the above post, you can bump the black more and more at the very very end of the curve faking a better black for 100% builds. This depends on the drying ability of the printer. Test the 380% limit as well (print 100/100/80/100 and 94/94/94/100) chances are that limit will be too high if the driers aren't up to it. Of course test this in production speeds!

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