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Stripe color when printing on wallpaper

#1 aygrishkin9738 2 years ago

Hello! I have an HP latex 315 printer and I print wallpaper on it. Recently I faced the problem of color "leaving". For example, when printing a 3-meter canvas, at the beginning, the color is slightly darker than at the end, respectively, when the stripes are aligned, a different tone is visible.

The print heads are new, the service cartridge is new, the ink is original, I turn the strips 180 degrees in the rip.

I do not know how to solve the problem, please help.

#2 HP Daniela Ciolompea 2 years ago

Hi @aygrishkin9738,

I recommend using the tiling mode, this should help to increase the colour consistency.

The process to create the tiling mode is as follows:

Go to substrate library -> Click on the material family you are going to use (e.g. Self-adhesive vinyl) -> New (material) optimized for tiling -> Choose the media you are using -> Select the print mode -> Set colour reference -> Create ICC profile -> Finish.

I hope this recommendation helps.

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#3 aygrishkin9738 2 years ago

#2 Hello! unfortunately this solution didn't help. Could defective cartridges or some kind of printer breakdown be the cause?

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#4 HP Daniela Ciolompea 2 years ago

Hi @aygrishkin9738,

I would recommend performing all calibrations to improve the print quality. The printing mode recommended works for improving the color consistency in large prints. If after all these the issue still persists, I recommend contacting your support representative.

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