12-05-2014 11:27 AM
12-05-2014 12:33 PM
I have TERRIBLE luck printing from Silhouette Studio. I don't know what in the world that program does, but it is always terrible quality and I've never managed to figure out why in the world the quality is so awful coming from there. I wish I could be more of a help. Does it only print that way from Studio? Or is it printing that way from any program you use? The only thing I can think is if you're using the print & cut feature, to check Silhouette Facebook groups (they are surprisingly really helpful on a lot of things with them), and to also Google setting your color profile with Silhouette Studio. I'm sorry you're so frustrated, I can relate to that feeling! My gut is telling me it has something to do with the color profile. Fingers crossed for you that you get a resolution soon!
12-05-2014 12:37 PM
12-05-2014 02:02 PM
Now it is making more sense. The wrong profile and even the software can be the cause of even one color being off. Either thinks you want it done that way.
I can not stress enough to you to do what I have suggested. Every bit! You have a very good printer and it will deliver very good results but you have to do your homework first. And if you did, it has to be your editor, in this case Silhouette which I am not famialr with at all.
I have three of these printers and I sell the prints so I know what you are going through.
The wrong profile can also be the problem. You may experiment with a different one, or simply try the Plain paper one.
In PS I can adjust just the blue channel. If I see too much blue or too dark or even the shade, I can fix that. I don't know if Silhouette has that feature.
12-05-2014 02:59 PM
"Are all printers like this? Where you have to find the perfect setting?? Or is this just that type of printer?"
No all printer are not like this. You have moved into the area of a real. dedicated, photo printer. It has 10 different ink cartridges and each is individually adjustable. The Pro-10 uses pigment ink instead of dye. Which you may be more famular with. Pigment inks tend to print darker colors than dye so you must adjust accordingly.
Does your software editor allow plug-ins? The Print Studio Pro that comes with the Pro-10 can help and is probably the easiest way to get acceptable color. And if it does you should install it and use it.
I am beginning to think the Pro-10 may not have been the best choice for your aaplication. Although it will print anything just like any other printer, it really shines as a photo and/or fine art printer on the approprate meduim. It does B&W better than most any other printer I have ever seen.
12-05-2014 03:14 PM
12-05-2014 09:57 PM