Started by metlife, April 26, 2023, 03:21:13 PM
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Hello.Can I ask you for help in correct profiling the Epson SureColor SC-P5000 Violet Spectro 240v printer usingFiery XF version 7? We bought a Fiery XF, but apparently the gentleman who sold us the software was unable to helpus profile the printer in HT mode (Half Tone, attached Screen1 section 1 option "Printer Type"). Would anyone of yoube able to help me profile the above-mentioned printer in this mode, by the way, explaining the individual optionsmarked on the attached screenshots? I would like to understand what this option is for and what it affects. I have toolittle knowledge to carry out this process in HT (HalfTone) mode instead of CT (Contone). The question is whetherhaving such a printer makes sense to profile it in HT mode? We would like to be able to reflect the largest possiblegamut of CMYK and Pantone spot colors. To measure all printed charts, we use SpectroProofer that is built in this Epsonprinter. We would like to achieve near-perfect colour matching of up to 99% of Pantone Solid Coated Colours as it sayson Epson website with this printer. In our company we print in offset using the "IsoCoated v2 300" standard.
I'd be grateful for any help on this subject.
Quote from: johnny_jay on April 27, 2023, 09:41:09 AMWe use Fiery XF with an Epson P7000 with an inline spectro, I agree with DCurry you do not want halftone screens. I believe to get halftones simulated on an inkjet you need software to do that.With our setup, the only choice for half-toning is "epson Precision Dot".Our P7000 does not have the violet, we are 99.9% 4 color, so we do not have our workflow set for accurate spot reproduction.