where you get your ink from.
Yes, you need and ICC profile for you sub inks and printer, also, even with a sub profile your screen colors won't match your printed paper ... with a calibrated monitor (ICC for the monitor) then you might be able to match screen to final transfer more closely.Hi all,
I think I know the answer to this problem, but I'd like conformation please.
I can't get printed colour any where near the screen colours in any program. Yes,I'm using cheap inks. I'm expecting everyone to say that is the problem and I need expensive ink. If so, what make? And what make of paper?
Do I need .icc profile? If so, is there a combination of ink and paper that has a profile for the WF-7015?
Your help would be much appreciated.
Echoing what Mike said, a printed Sub transfer is very dull looking, with the colors being WAY different than what the final outcome will be. It must be heat activated for the colors to actually develop into the final bright colors.Sublimation colors are different heat pressed vs. what is on the printed paper.