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Old December 3rd, 2011 Dec 3, 2011 12:15:35 PM -   #1 (permalink)
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Default Yellowish hue around around nk colors when printing

Getting a yellowish hue or shadow around other ink colors when printing. Any one know how or why this happens? And then what to do to try and prevent it?
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Default Re: Yellowish hue around around nk colors when printing

wat kind of paper are you using to heat press? my best guess would be it is what is called a polymer window. i have the same problem if i do not trim away the excess transfer paper from my prints using jssp. on te couple of wash tests i have done it ussually washes away. hopefully this was helpful.
 
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wat kind of paper are you using to heat press? my best guess would be it is what is called a polymer window. i have the same problem if i do not trim away the excess transfer paper from my prints using jssp. on te couple of wash tests i have done it ussually washes away. hopefully this was helpful.
Wolf.... This is Direct to Garment, You are talking about a transfer.

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you had posted this same issue with your Magenta in the past, What did you do to fix that?
If you look at your nozzle check, This should give a clue to whats going on. Check your distance, table level and make sure that the yellow part of the nozzle check shows a perfect pattern. I know it's really difficult with yellow to see. What usually causes this in any channel is that the individual nozzle are not shooting strait. Settled ink in dampers and in the head will cause this.
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Thanks - should I assume this is the case since they are sending me new lines to swap out my white ones as well, since air is somehow finding it's way into the lines?
I struggle to lay down enough and even amounts of white on large prints.
 
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Thanks - should I assume this is the case since they are sending me new lines to swap out my white ones as well, since air is somehow finding it's way into the lines?
I struggle to lay down enough and even amounts of white on large prints.
Question..... How often do you print? and also can you discribe what a busy day, week and month for you?
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