Anyone here is using a good printer that lasts a long time, priced not too low but not too high, that does a good job printing black ink on different types of paper? Thanks!
Does anyone else have any issue with how their Switch covers look when they print with Inkjet printers, no matter what settings I change the Red spine of the switch cover is clearly not the same as original covers.
The only accurate result I've ever gotten is with expensive laser printers
Hi, so I'm new at printing images in a glossy photo paper and sticker paper. I've tried adjusting the CMYK a bit but when I am printing the image it still comes out dark and after a while when it has already dried out, the color isn't as vibrant as when it first came out on the printer. Any tips or solutions I can do with this problem? Anyway, my printer is Canon Pixma. Thank you.
Assalam o alikum,
1)Chromogenic printing on kodak premier archival quality paper/lustre paper.
2)Paper of about 300-350gsm for digital image printing purposes with rich colors.
3)Need large scale high quality prints maximum (~70inchx70inch).
4)Inkjet printing if chromogenic is not available in the region.
5)Also looking for framing these prints.
Any leads? .
Location most preferred: Islamabad.
New to vinyl printing. I want to print white ink on my inkjet printer. Does anyone know where I can get refillable ink?
I’ve done some researching around and some blogs have said that you can replace the black cartridge with white ink to print actually white color onto vinyl.
I am printing circuits on photo paper using inkjet printer and silver ink. I found out that adjacent lines are shorting. For ex, when I am supplying 5V to one line, the other line is reading as 2V. They are printed pretty close to each other (~200um) but I need them to be this close. I figured paper is not conductive so why is it conducting voltage over the gap?
Does anyone have experience with this problem? Any and all suggestions appreciated!
Update: I got the paper to stop shorting my traces! On to figuring out dmf,,