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At 03:35 PM 1/20/00 +0000, Takichi wrote: >Hi John, > >I've had a lot of problems with banding with several inks and machines >including the 3000 and have come to the conclusion that it's very difficlut to >cover up banding in any pure c m y or k channel depending on which ones are >misbehaving. Some machines are better and some are worse but all have banding >in pure channels to me (sometimes one channle will be totally clear out of 4). >The epson rgb native driver has been the best so far out of 4 drivers I've >tested. <snip> Hey, I'm no expert in this, but I did some experiments a few weeks ago that convince me that you can't get that famous, smooth Epson dithering pattern from any one ink color alone. Try printing a grayscale wedge using black ink only, then print it again using all three colors. The difference is like night and day. But I'll bet you already knew that... ;-) rafe b. - Please turn off HTML mail features. Keep quoted material short. Use accurate subject lines. http://www.leben.com/lists for instructions.
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