Do you still create icc's for the Canon Pro 10 using an X-Rite scanner? I had seen one of your YouTube videos explaining the printing process on my end, mailing them to you with 3 sheets of the same paper the color blocks were printed on, etc.
Is there a way to have you review a print image for a problem? I am using an old Epson 3800 printer which all of a sudden it is putting Black Ink marks along the border of the image and sometimes on the image. Weird.
I have done several head cleanings as well as alignment plus cleaning some of the internal parts.
I have now just purchased a Canon Pro-100, and only purchased it as I want to get into using 3rd party inks, preferably Precision Colors
What do I need to purchase (please be as specific as possible as I have never attempted to do this on my own and want to make it as easy as possible in the beginning until I gain the confidence
I see others recommending you as a potential source for 3880 OEM Ink chips to use with refillable carts such as those at Inkjetmall? Do you have such a set you might be willing to sell? If not, do you know anyone who might have such a set?
harold davies Am I confused or do you not create PRO 10 .icc's using Precision Colors Signature Ink 2? I am about out of OEM and have refilled my spare set according to your directions. Don't I need different icc's when changing inks?
Hey Jose I enjoy your videos can't find your email anywhere but I have an Epson P600 I'd like to convert it to strictly to B&W printer I'm thinking of Piezography and don't know to much on the subject what your thoughts on doing the conversion.