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Hi all,
ive started printing tees with DTG(my supplier use Kornit), last year, so im still newbie:)

here is a first question:
when u print colorful pic on black tee, white underprint is used,and then colors added, but sometimes u can see a tiny little white outline,f.example look at this:
http://www.t-shirtforums.com/attachments/10668d1251665508-our-latest-kornit-prints-067.jpg
(at violet and green rays)
so i was thinking i can avoid this with making maybe 0,5 mm color overlap(but without white!)
is this possible?, have anyone tried?

question n.2

look at this:
http://www.t-shirtforums.com/attachments/10670d1251665508-our-latest-kornit-prints-0335.jpg
is this made with pic with black bckground which is removed with RIP software, or i must use photoshop to do this?(delete all shades and make transparent bckground)
somewhere i read that Kornit soft can simulate colors with natural color of garment

:confused:thanx for any suggestions!:)
 

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About Q1:
You can try to choke 2 pixels when you load the image on Kornit app. But if the image has blur edge, you can't use this method because you will get a very sharp edge after choke the whitebase.
But sometimes there still has some whitebase shift because of the fiber shrink.

About Q2:
Read the manual of Kornit app or QuickP Designer, you can get your answer. This is called "knockout color" to make the color transparent.
 

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Hi all,
ive started printing tees with DTG(my supplier use Kornit), last year, so im still newbie:)

here is a first question:
when u print colorful pic on black tee, white underprint is used,and then colors added, but sometimes u can see a tiny little white outline,f.example look at this:
[media]http://www.t-shirtforums.com/attachments/10668d1251665508-our-latest-kornit-prints-067.jpg[/media]
(at violet and green rays)
so i was thinking i can avoid this with making maybe 0,5 mm color overlap(but without white!)
is this possible?, have anyone tried?

question n.2

look at this:
[media]http://www.t-shirtforums.com/attachments/10670d1251665508-our-latest-kornit-prints-0335.jpg[/media]
is this made with pic with black bckground which is removed with RIP software, or i must use photoshop to do this?(delete all shades and make transparent bckground)
somewhere i read that Kornit soft can simulate colors with natural color of garment

:confused:thanx for any suggestions!:)
I have the same issues did you find a good solution?
 
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