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Old April 8th, 2020 Apr 8, 2020 12:40:35 PM -   #1 (permalink)
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Default Texjet Profiles

I have been running with a Texjet Plus for a few months now. I have experimented a lot and am currently running my prints on the “High Quality” W+C profile with 80WD.

The prints are great but as my orders are building everyday I am finding it too slow to keep up! The default profile is a bit quicker but gives patchy colour.

I’m curious what profiles others are using for this printer in production. Do you simply make up the time by purchasing additional printers or lower the quality?
 
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Old April 8th, 2020 Apr 8, 2020 10:43:05 PM -   #2 (permalink)
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Default Re: Texjet Profiles

Hello Eviline,

thank you for your trust in our products.

Profileler tool, to create custom profiles, is available for TexJet Rip but I dont believe you will get the results you have on Hign resolution, while trying to use less ink.

There is the posibility to compine the Texjet printer with Screen to inclrease a lot the production on the dark colored gamenrts (35 per hour approximately).
Video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qOnSPrusnqY
Please note that the film printing is not available at Texjet RIP.

If you are not familiar with Screen, we reccomend as you also said, to get a second printer since the return on investment of texjet series is fast due to very low maintenance and spare part cost.
 
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Default Re: Texjet Profiles

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Hello Eviline,
...Profileler tool, to create custom profiles, is available for TexJet Rip...
We use the Polyprint Advanced Plus with TexJet Rip and we are interested on the profiler-tool to optimise (increase) the maximum ink-output.
Can you tell me more please?
 
 
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Default Re: Texjet Profiles

Hello,

in order to use the add the license for the profiler tool to your dongle, you will need to order it at your local reseller. After the procedure is finished you will be able to create custom profiles but please note that this procedure requires phasmatophotometer, for the software to read the patterns that you will print on your fabric.

Please fill the contact form in the link below, to start the procedure:

Polyprint DTG | Contact
 
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Default Re: Texjet Profiles

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Hello,

in order to use the add the license for the profiler tool to your dongle, you will need to order it at your local reseller. After the procedure is finished you will be able to create custom profiles but please note that this procedure requires phasmatophotometer, for the software to read the patterns that you will print on your fabric.

Please fill the contact form in the link below, to start the procedure:

Polyprint DTG | Contact

We bought a used Polyprint Advanced Plus to support our Epson F2000.
However, we are very disappointed with the printing result.
On light textiles like white or lightgrey (without pretreat), the color comes out very pale.
Even with long trials with the settings, the result is never nearly as brilliant as with the Epson.
We have to print two passes to get reasonably results - but not nearly as good as with the F2000.
We're supposed to spend money on a license again to get maybe ?! better results ?!
All software can be downloaded free for Epson.
So far we are very disappointed with our Polyprint.
 
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Default Re: Texjet Profiles

Hello ZwoDreiVier,

this definately not the case and we are sure that something else is the reason you dont get good and sharp quality printing. Please fill the contact form in the link below and attach pictures of the printing output, a nozzle test and also pictures of the capping station and printhead bottom. Our support department will help you out.

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Hello ZwoDreiVier,

this definately not the case and we are sure that something else is the reason you dont get good and sharp quality printing. Please fill the contact form in the link below and attach pictures of the printing output, a nozzle test and also pictures of the capping station and printhead bottom. Our support department will help you out.

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The printing is sharp! The colors are pale. Printhead, Capping and complete Ink-Assy is new.
It seems that not enough ink comes out in the light-profiles. Printing in dark shirts (with white) is very good.
Only on light shirts the result is bad.
 
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Default Re: Texjet Profiles

What build are you using. It is displayed at the top left of the RIP window. If you can send us as private message the dongle number we can check if you can install a newer version of the rip with different profiles fromthe ones you have.
 
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Default Re: Texjet Profiles

Try CadLink Polyprint Edition, you never look back Grüße 234

Testversion ===> https://www.cadlink.com/de/product/d...print-edition/

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Thanks for your reply. I don’t/can’t get into screen printing right now so will have to make do.
However the big problem I have right now is the colours washing off. I have posted in the Ink section of the forum if you can help.
 
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Default Re: Texjet Profiles

Hello Eveline,

the washability of the fabric is affected by the following factors:

1. Quality-type of the garment. What garment are you using and what is it's composition? Is it 100% cotton or a blend?
2.Precoating amount. If the precoating is much more than needed, the printing is peeled off after washing. Send us picture of the fabric after washing to check.
3. Inks. If the inks are expired, one of the first things that are affected is the washability.
4. Fixation time. If the fabric is not fixated at the correct temperature and time, the inks will go off during washing.
5. Heatpress condition. Heatpress must be checked if the displayed temperature is the actual temperature on the metal plate. In addition some low cost heatpresses that have only one resistance, they have the correct temperature in the middle of the plate but on the edges is usually more than 20 Celsius degrees off.


Please provide us some more information regarding your case to be able to help you further.
 
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Default Re: Texjet Profiles

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Try CadLink Polyprint Edition, you never look back Grüße 234

Testversion ===> https://www.cadlink.com/de/product/d...print-edition/
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Default Re: Texjet Profiles

My Polyprint settings

Dupont ink

dark t-shirt W+C+H ink
best quality 100 white + 100 color
1440 W + C Dupont inks
White den 1st pass 100
White den 2nd pass 85

My colors are bright, opaque, and affordable.
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