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So I am finally using the white ink on on clear static clings. I use the versa works color plalate and select rdg white for printing white ink. The color of the box is a dark gray. Everything worked ok with the exception of white ink being printed. The dark gray color was also the color that showed in the versa works program. I open up the RDG_white color and noticed that it was 100 tinted and if I change it to 0% tinted it looks right but i could not figure out how to save the new color . A second issue i have is that the media had a cutting jam the other day and since then it feed 2 feet of media prior to starting the printing process.
Can you post up the file you are using? Also any pictures of it
The corel draw file?
unpon reading the special color ink guide i realized i forgot to do two things. Chnage the mode to white and CMYLLMLC and also disable the edge detection becuase the material is clear static cling. I am going to ftry one more time . if no luck then i will send the file. Anu ideas on wht ot prefeed appx 24 inches. Could the eye be off becuase of the cutting jam and if so how do i fix
i tried again and failed
please post the corel draw file and not the EPS
i tried many things and nothing works. Seems as if the versa works color palate ( came from Corel 6 software) doesn't link up with Actual Versaworks. I also could not find the library in Versaworks that has the spot / process colors.
there is no library in Versaworks for spot colors or Pantone colors. You can create a spot color library but it is easier and more effective to use the Roland spot color library that is already in Versaworks. Watch this video to see how it is done and how to utilize the Roland spot color system. - http://myversacamm.com/video/roland-spot-colors-and-versaworks-sett...
Your file (the EPS one) has numerous problems with it. I can schedule a remote assist with you to go over the settings and see what is going on at your end if you would like. Let me know - email@example.com
Dont worry about how it looks on the screen - as long as versaworks recognizes the color, it will print fine.