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Wanted to see if anybody can give me any advice. Have been experiencing the same problem for years and still cannot resolve.
Long story short just printed 4 jerseys so in total 12 pieces and I have like 4 different greys. Sleeves do not match and front and back differ its a mess.
Ive always had this issue sometimes I get lucky but more often colors change or dont match which leaves me redoing jobs.
What confuses me it was a single print. When I print several different times I just assume conditions change but this is single print job. All pressed at the same time. using same paper, same ink etc. Same temp, same pressure, same duration. I have an ICC profile made for the printer and paper. Printer nozzle check is excellent. I checked the RGB values of all the pieces and they all match. I use wasatch softrip. Somewhere something is causing colors not to match. I really thought the answer to my problem was wasatch softrip but it doesnt seem like it. If my ink was bad, or expired paper, or conditions like humidity cause I press in the garage wouldnt all the pieces be bad. Anyway any advice would be appreciated!!!
 

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Wanted to see if anybody can give me any advice. Have been experiencing the same problem for years and still cannot resolve.
Long story short just printed 4 jerseys so in total 12 pieces and I have like 4 different greys. Sleeves do not match and front and back differ its a mess.
Ive always had this issue sometimes I get lucky but more often colors change or dont match which leaves me redoing jobs.
What confuses me it was a single print. When I print several different times I just assume conditions change but this is single print job. All pressed at the same time. using same paper, same ink etc. Same temp, same pressure, same duration. I have an ICC profile made for the printer and paper. Printer nozzle check is excellent. I checked the RGB values of all the pieces and they all match. I use wasatch softrip. Somewhere something is causing colors not to match. I really thought the answer to my problem was wasatch softrip but it doesnt seem like it. If my ink was bad, or expired paper, or conditions like humidity cause I press in the garage wouldnt all the pieces be bad. Anyway any advice would be appreciated!!!
What printer and what ink are you using?
 
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