siser c-print-soft-print

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Drunknspike
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siser c-print-soft-print

Post by Drunknspike » Mon Mar 19, 2018 3:35 pm

hi people just bought some of this https://www.grafityp.co.uk/textile-tran ... oft-print/
just wondering if anyone else has used it and what profiles give the best deepest colours as the ones im printing in my test prints seem really dull
im using a bn 20 there is no colour profile on siser site for the bn20 ive tried using the one for the opaque vinyl and it puts too much ink on both of the white and clear vinyl no idea what to do with that profile
to just get a print out with not flooding the clear vinyl with in im using the default profile in versa works THT with max impact
any ideas what to use

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Re: siser c-print-soft-print

Post by Ryan Anderson » Tue Mar 20, 2018 5:56 pm

The THT profile is generally the best profile for most transfer media.
If you change the region in the Roland Versaworks updater from Auto to USA it will download additional profiles that you can try but I would be surprised if you get one better than THT.
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Re: siser c-print-soft-print

Post by mrtn » Tue Mar 20, 2018 7:34 pm

Softprint 3.0 is a very specific media you can’t use THT on. It requires much less ink than an any other heat transfer media.
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