After trying out Lexjet's Instant Dry Satin Canvas on a friend's Epson Stylus 7600 w/ ImagePrint 6 I discovered that it was probably just Lexjet's profile that wasn't very good. Nonetheless, the purchase of ImagePrint ($3000US-ish for the Postscript version, which I'd need for signage and stuff) is taking a back seat to the prospect of purchasing a GretagMacbeth colorimeter, densitometer and some profile making software like their ProfileMaker 5 Photostudio. I haven't looked up the pricing yet but I've heard rumours that it's around $3000US as well. Problem is that it won't process PostScript. =P The reason why I'm interested in this profiling system is because I'm looking at a bulk feed system from Lyson for their Cave Paint/PhotoChrome ink sets. These ink sets are supposed to increase colour gamut and reduce bronzing and also reduce running costs of the printer as ink can be purchased in jugs. :-P Problem is that they only have colour profiles for their own media and not for anyone else's. There may be value in making my own.
Anyhow, my Lexjet rep has begun the refund process. He's been incredibly helpful and tolerant with my "greeness" with this giant piece of Epson printer and his recommendations for media so far have been excellent (yes, Lexjet's Professional Semi-matte 10mil prints much nicer and has lower glare than Epson's Premium Lustre and my customers have noticed this difference). He's also been very responsive with the interesting quirks of this printer, like how it doesn't like rolls of media which aren't exactly 44" or 24" or some of the smaller sizes . . .
The problems arose with two of my rolls of media from LexJet: LexJet's water resistant printable polypropylene and 3p's FlagTex fabric printable translucent stuff. Both of these rolls come as 42", a couple inches short of the standard 44" rolls. As such, the Epson 9600's photo detector told the printer that the paper wasn't loaded properly as it couldn't detect anything around the last two inches of the roll. My Lexjet rep promptly e-mailed instructions on how to bypass the photo detector sequence so that the printer would print on non-standard rolls. Here's how you do it (copied directly out of his e-mail =)):
LCD Screen-->select type-->printer setup-->select type-->hit paper feed down button til paper (ppr) size check-->select type-->it will say on*-->set the asterisk to off by pressing the cut eject enter button-->press pause-----done.
Looks simple? You're right, it is. =) If you are running an Epson 9600 and have trouble following these instructions feel free to drop me a line asking for help . . . so that I can mock you! =P j/k Seriously, if there's something you don't get as part of these instructions or need more info on how these problems came about feel free to drop me a line or give me a call. =)
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