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JIm, If you can see banding from 18 inches away, it SURE isn't MICRO banding!!! You can barely see microbanding from 3 inches away! If you have incredible fine white lines that you can barely see, that is probably the fault of the printer, and you would need Epson to replace it. Jerry Jim Warthman wrote: > An update, and additional questions... > > Some have suggested off-list that I may be seeing microbanding. I guess I'd > like to see an example of microbanding, because the problem I'm seeing isn't > at all subtle! One can see the lines easily from 18" away. > > It was also suggested that I try adjusting the paper thickness lever. I'll > try that & report my findings. > > Another person commented that I may have an alignment problem. Perhaps, but > I only see this with Archival Matte paper, and only when using the "black" > setting (as opposed to "color") in the print driver. If I print to > Heavyweight Matte using similar settings (and only black ink), the problem > doesn't appear. > > Note that these white lines go in the direction of the print head - across > the page, not down the page. > > Also, I ran the 1270 through a cleaning cycle and printed the test pattern, > which looks fine. (I use plain inkjet paper, not photo paper, when I print > the test pattern.) > > My question is about the pizza-wheel issue. I have never paid much attention > to it, so I don't really know what it looks like. I have the impression that > pizza wheel tracks don't run across the page, they run "down" the page. If > this is true, I'm dealing with something else... > > Thanks again for all your help! > > -- Jim Warthman > > > -----Original Message----- > > I decided to try this with Archival Matte, but I have a > > persistent problem. I get very fine white lines running "across" > > the image (not down). > > - > Turn off HTML mail features. Keep quoted material short. Use accurate > subject lines. http://www.leben.com/lists for list instructions. - 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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