I can understand how they could each need separate curves, but such a big difference? Doesn't seem to make sense somehow.(one dot gain at 50 about 18 percent, one about 8? This guy used to run plates with no calibration on them at all and made it look good. Never used color bars like the other pressman).Maybe we should just give him the plates with no calibration applied.
Ahhhh...the old calibrate one press and use those settings for every press to save money trick. Never has worked. Never will work.
Quote from: Farabomb on April 06, 2016, 01:39:41 PMIt's more like grip, grip, grip, noise, then spin and 2 feet in and feel shame. I once knew a plus-sized girl and this pretty much describes teh secks.
It's more like grip, grip, grip, noise, then spin and 2 feet in and feel shame.
Quote from: Joe on August 10, 2017, 02:02:31 PMAhhhh...the old calibrate one press and use those settings for every press to save money trick. Never has worked. Never will work.Yet it worked well enough in the place I used to work. There was a single curve for all 6 presses and we didn't change a damn thing when they bought 4 new ones.Not saying it was right but having curves for each press would never work there. They would hop jobs around from press to press constantly. They also caved in to their salesmen when they insisted they needed a dot accurate proof. Much $$$ later we had a Creo specturm. Few months later as we were using it for basically just dielines.