The levels of heat and humidity in the printing environment can have a negative impact on image quality. It’s important to always keep the levels stable and within the recommended guidelines of the printer manufacturer. It’s lucky for…
You can fix most common print quality issues yourself before calling for technical support. The following information will help you troubleshoot the problem.
Print is Blurry or Smeared
• Make sure the media is acclimated to the printer environment…
Many specialty media products develop “roll set curl” from being wound onto cores. Allowing the material to equilibrate to the printing environment for 24hrs before printing can help reduce the excessive curl and minimize…
Fine art prints present unique challenges to the artist when it is time to finish or store the final print. Pigment-based inks do offer better fade resistance over time than dye-based inks, but they are more susceptible to damage. A fine art…
Digital fine art prints can be produced in smaller numbers than offset printing and require less time and money. It’s a great way for artists to produce their own prints without relying on an outside print company. Fine art prints can be created…
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One of the most overlooked parts of fine art printing is proper handling of the print media. Fine art media is damaged or compromised frequently during the production process. Proper handling protects the integrity of the media and ensures success…
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