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Old March 13th, 2009 Mar 13, 2009 5:49:42 AM -   #16 (permalink)
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Rod when printing certain colors, like say black for example. Get used to building your own CMYK colors. Like by defualt if you did the hexidecimal number as 000000 for black look at the out put of the CMYK C-75 M-68 Y-67 K-90 but if you think about it, you will want 100-K. My build I use C-80 Y-80 M-80 K-100. That way it will be a true black.

Don, Where in the records does it say I would never attend training and yes one of my employees did take the training class and took many pages of notes. All im saying is that if you come out with new ink times wouldnt you think you would tell your DTG clients that the times and temps have changed. You send plenty of email campaigns about promotions. Heck I will even design it for free. Still on the website, there is no reference to the new times or temps. The only time I actually got a print out was when purchasing new ink from Colman and Company (and what happens if I didnt use them to purchase my ink). Yeah I know you are affilated with them but YOU sell the machines. And as far as the training classes go your tech support and the actual trainer contradict one another. Everytime you talk to someone new they tell "ohh dont listen to that guy, my way is right".

Honestly most of our problems came from a printer that I think never worked properly when we purchased it. Since we took it back and got it all fixed from SWF, we have not really had any problems. My experience with SWF definetely started on a sour note but since we have been helped and appoligized too. Please dont throw me under the bus when its not true, especially when I didnt even call out SWF.
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Old March 16th, 2009 Mar 16, 2009 1:40:34 PM -   #17 (permalink)
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Digging through the site I did find the new document on the pretreatment issues.
20081024260 | Application of DTG White Ink Pre-Treatment Solution | DTG Kiosk FAQ's
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