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[JPSS - Jet-Pro SofStretch] Issue with Black ink printing faded

 
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Old January 31st, 2014 Jan 31, 2014 5:12:32 AM -   #1 (permalink)
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Default Issue with Black ink printing faded

I am using the Epson WP4020..along with the Pigment ink that is recommended for the printer and sold at Staples..along with JET PRO SS paper ...I only print on white and the last month my black ink has been looking so faded on my white shirts. I haven't changed any setting and I use quality when printing as always. What could be the problem do you think? Any suggestions for me to fix this? I've been having to use fabric markers to trace any black for the past few weeks and its very time consuming.

I also am unable to print turquoise..which I used to be able to do. On the computer it will be a turquoise color but then when it prints out it will be a dark blue almost royal. Any suggestions on how to correct this?


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Default Re: Issue with Black ink printing faded

Possible that you changed the paper type in the printer driver panel? Or updated the printer driver and it defaulted to another paper type?
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Default Re: Issue with Black ink printing faded

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Possible that you changed the paper type in the printer driver panel? Or updated the printer driver and it defaulted to another paper type?
Agree ... paper setting for JPSS for most inks would be a Matte paper type. Some inks/papers can be done on plain inkjet paper setting.
 
 
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Default Re: Issue with Black ink printing faded

Thanks! I updated the paper setting and saw a difference in the black. It looks a lot better.
 
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Default Re: Issue with Black ink printing faded

Anyone had to installed the ICC Profile from cobra inks or can you just select matte paper ssetting in printing dialogue box?
 






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