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Default Epson F570 textile paper

I have Epson F570 printer and it came with roll of Epson DS Transfer Paper S450359
And this is a "Multi Use" paper.
I noticed that when I press images that were printed on a different printer (F6200) and on a different paper (which was Epson DS Transfer Adhesive Textile Paper S045481)- the black color is much brighter/vibrant/"blacker"...
Im applying it to the poly cotton mix fabric which worked great with prints out of F6200.
Now Im not sure if this is because of the printer(F570 vs F6200) or if it's a paper difference (Multi Use vs Textile Paper)

What do you guys think?

And if this is a paper issue - there is another problem:-)
F570 accepts only rolls of up to 100' long and on the 2" core while the textile paper comes only on a 3" core and minimum 350'
I guess that I can take one of the old S450359 cores and manually roll 100' of the S045481 paper... But will it work? And will it help with the black color?!

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Default Re: Epson F570 textile paper

The only way to determine what is happening in your set up is for you to test with your variables.


Opinions here can only be speculation and those are no substitute for actual results.


When you test, change only one item at a time. Examine results and make notes about what specifically you did and what happened.


Way back when, I tested and learned that the transfer paper can make a difference. So can the ink and so can the printer. If printing on fabric, so can the particular fabric. Not all white polyester fabric is created equally. It can also vary from one production lot to another.



The big P.I.T.A. was whenever one of those inputs changed -different printer, ink, transfer paper, or fabric, . All old files had to be recalibrated to give identical results when used with the new materials.



Test.Test.Test.
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Default Re: Epson F570 textile paper

The F570 takes sheets too. Simply cut a sheet size from your F6200 roll and see if you get the same black when you press. You can't always tell when the ink is on the paper how dark and vibrant it will actually press.
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Default Re: Epson F570 textile paper

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Simply cut a sheet size from your F6200 roll and see if you get the same black when you press.
I didn't think of that :-)
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Default Re: Epson F570 textile paper

More likely to be an ink issue.
The paper is not so important in my opinion. At least not for fabric.
 
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