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nozzle error?

Discussion in 'Everything Else InkJet Printer Related' started by matthieu voisenet, Jun 26, 2014.

  1. Jun 26, 2014
    matthieu voisenet

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    Hello, everyone!
    I'd like to know vote reviews, I printed a test pattern to calibrate an HP Designjet 5500 UV tracer. The calibration error, I think there is a misprint.
    I send a scan of the print, where does the noise in the color patches.
    Error nozzle?
    Thank you for your answers!

    Bonjour, à tous!
    J'aimerai connaître vote avis, j'ai imprimé une mire pour calibrer un traceur HP Designjet 5500 UV. La calibration érronée, je pense qu'il y a une erreur d'impression.
    J'envoie un scan de l'impression, d'où vient le bruits dans les patchs de couleurs.
    Erreur de buses?
    Merci de vos réponse!
     

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  2. Jun 27, 2014
    mikling

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    What you are experiencing is likely the issue that the printer is putting out either too much ink for that particular media or the media/ink cannot dry what is laid down before the next head pass. This results in ink pooling as it remain wet and then starts to mix together on the surface. If your driver has the ability to adjust either the density/volume or can increase the dry time, see what works or combination of such to try and eliminate this. Sometimes the ink simply is not well suited for the media.
     
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  3. Jun 27, 2014
    matthieu voisenet

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    Hi, OK! i Will test it!
    Thanks
     

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