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Old December 23rd, 2019 Dec 23, 2019 3:15:30 PM -   #1 (permalink)
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Hi all,


Can someone tell me what the differences are between all the queues?? for example:
- [Colour] Graphics production
- [Colour] Graphics quality
- [Colour] Production
- [Colour] Quality
- Inline


Also I have notices that depending on the image[Png] used alter how the white ink is laid. On some images the white is laid down in puddles where the ink head then smudges it across and then some images that lay a nice thin layer of white which comes out superb! I do not know what it is that affects this. does anyone know? this would help me stop wasting t shirts and money.



Furthermore,
I am having some misalignment of the two layers. this is happening consistently. Colin has informed me of a settling but I cannot seem to find it in the rip software. can anyone help?




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I would also like to know this. But it seems that the only person who replied to anything on here is colin.

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I would also like to know this. But it seems that the only person who replied to anything on here is colin.

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Shimonoseki has found this setting and confirmed it was not setup correctly.

I believe you have a different model of printer so assume you are referring to the different queues.

Any graphics queues is designed to boost vector images and make them brighter. They put down more ink to achieve this. If you are getting to much ink down for the fabric being printed just turn down the white in the white ink layer settings.

Skin tones and anything that needs to be more colour accurate should not be printed through a graphics queue as it will be a lot brighter than normal. That is the only difference between the graphics queue and the normal queue.

How to change these settings is explained in great detail in the help menu within the rip itself.

Hope this helps.

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Thank you colin once again, and you are right rogueassassin5, Colin has a wealth of knowledge and has helped me when I had a r jet5 on many occassions and is still helping while i am in ownership of a R jet5i. It has been a learning experience for me whilst trying to start up a Custom T business for my wife and without Colins help I would of long given up. I think there is an art to all this and with a few fine tweekings and a good maintenance schedule your dtg equipment should last. Unfortunatley for me my R jet5i is discontinued so no service contract can be taken out. Regarless, Colin has been a life saver on many occassions. Thank you.
 
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