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Kornit Inks vs. Dupont / R&H

 
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Old June 3rd, 2007 Jun 3, 2007 7:41:44 PM -   #16 (permalink)
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hahaha. Indeed. I wake up at the crack of noon every day... Send me the file, but also send a printed shirt to me as well. Then we can take the pictures side-by-side, as it was meant to be.
 
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Old June 3rd, 2007 Jun 3, 2007 7:43:46 PM -   #17 (permalink)
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By the way - for those wondering, Eric's image above was printed on his Flexi Jet. I am assuming it was printed at 720x720 Dual CMYK, POSSIBLY double pass? If print time is of no concern to you (and recently I have come to understand that you need to do whatever it takes to get the highest possible quality out of your printer), then that is the way to go! Look at those blacks!
 
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By the way - for those wondering, Eric's image above was printed on his Flexi Jet. I am assuming it was printed at 720x720 Dual CMYK, POSSIBLY double pass? If print time is of no concern to you (and recently I have come to understand that you need to do whatever it takes to get the highest possible quality out of your printer), then that is the way to go! Look at those blacks!
Yep. It was printed on a Flexi-Jet Standard, 720x720 Dual CMYK SINGLE pass, using R&H inks. The blacks are actually dark green and blue, but the photograph messed the colours up a bit. You are correct, that time is not a concern with these shirts. The image is very large too.

I'll get you some stuff next week, it's a short week for me and we are going to Disneyland.

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WooHOOOOOOOOOO! Disneyland! I love that place - I have season tickets and I take my little students there all the time.

Single pass??? VERY nice.
 
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yeah man at 720 x720 with dual cmyk i am sure it was in one pass.

i am going to assume that this was printed in uni instead of bi in order to not have an over saturation problem.

looks good guys!

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Just curious, how much are the Kornit consumables (Inks,etc) as compared to the Dupont / R&H (DTG??) consumables? Or maybe, the cost per square inch between the Kornit VS. the other DTG's?
 
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what ever happened to the side by side...did I miss something?
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Default Re: Kornit Inks vs. Dupont / R&H

Justin,

Nice looking prints.

Are any of those flexi- jet samples pre-treated?
 






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