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[DTG HM1] Nozzle check forw white ink

 
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Old April 10th, 2015 Apr 10, 2015 6:20:54 AM -   #1 (permalink)
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Hello,

we have never used white inks before. After filling the bottle with the white ink and a few charging cycles I have decided to do a nozzle check, but soon I realized, that the printer does a nozzle check only for the CMYK colors.

How to check the white?? And If anybody knows, how to use Print Pro with white inks?

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Default Re: Nozzle check forw white ink

Nozzle check should print white too, try printing on a clear surface such as clear acrylic or overhead projector film.
 
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Default Re: Nozzle check forw white ink

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Nozzle check should print white too, try printing on a clear surface such as clear acrylic or overhead projector film.
You're right, thanks!

Now I have another question, should there be 2 squares of nozzle stripes or 4? I get a standard set of 4 squares for CMYK and now I can see 2 sets of white ink. I thought it should be four, as there is 4 dampers, therefore 4 nozzle lines, not two.
Am I right?

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Default Re: Nozzle check forw white ink

There should be 4 squares
 






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