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Jerry, First, I want to compliment you on your images (www.jnevins.com). They are striking and ironically seem the perfect images for Piezo printing. Have you had any printed with Piezo? A comparison between your process and Piezo is worth observing. Perhaps we can arrange to have that done with one image printed both ways. Now, as to your observation of microbanding on a Cone sample: Wow! You got me there! For once I am speechless. Perhaps 'microbanding' is the current state-of-the-art if the Cone samples you received contain it. Wonder what Jon and Bill have to say about that. Was the banding clearly observable with the naked eye? And did it distract you from seeing the image? If the samples are part of a consistently printed set of images, others out there will have received images with the same issue. I'd really like to hear from others who have seen the same phenomenon on their sample prints. Great work, Jerry! Michael > ** Original Message follows... > > To Michael of Metrophotographic: > > > When I considered the Piezo system, I requested samples from Inkjetmall.com > and found on them the exact "microbanding" you describe. Thinking that the > samples would show the system in the best possible light, I realized then > that perhaps there must be a bug somewhere in the total system. > > Jerry Nevins M e t r o P h o t o g r a p h i c Specializing in Portrait Design and Digital Photo Restoration - Turn off HTML mail features. Keep quoted material short. Use accurate subject lines. http://www.leben.com/lists for list instructions.
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