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Canon Pixma Pro-1
Announced Oct 24, 2011 •
Professional printer | Inkjet |
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Hello DP Community :) I plan to print temporary tattoos on decal papers, and the quality needs to be as high as possible. - Would you suggest this printer for this purpose? - The ink needs to be FDA approved contents, do you know if the inks for this printer are FDA approved, or would cause any trouble when applied on the skin as a temporary tattoo? Thank you all!
I am wasting so many expensive fine art paper, but I can't get it right. The photographs are always dark. My monitor is calibrated, I have the ICC profile for the paper, photoshop manages the colour. When I print the same picture on other printers the colours are perfect. My Pro 1 is new so still learning... What should I try to change? Thanks!
Hi all, As strange as it sounds, while I can calibrate easily dye based printers, it's a total disaster with pigment based ones ! This happens with PLAIN PAPER, I don't have this issue on glossy paper. And yes, I absolutely need to print on plain, I print on 100g plain paper. I did contact Xrite but they aren't of any help ! I own: Pixma PRO-1 with OEM inks. Pixma PRO-10S with OEM inks. Pixma PRO-100S with OEM inks. Canon MG7150 with Chinese inks and a CISS. I calibrate using Xrite i1Profiler...
Hi... bear with me, I'm not at home and doing this from memory so the terms may be wrong... I tried to set up my new Pro 1... I followed the steps up to switching on after inserting the inks, the warning light then started flashing. The instructions said if I raised the cover then the cart would return to the middle and I could check the cart cover was secure. But it didn't return to the middle. Eventually after waiting 20 mins or more I switched the printer off, switched it back on again...
I'm finally biting the bullet and buying a professional printer. I want larger than A4, so have gone for A3+ and have then narrowed my selection to these two models (Canon Pixma Pro-1 or Epson Stylus Photo R3000) on the basis of perceived suitability for B+W printing, as I expect to fully appreciate the additional black tones present in these two printers. Expected workload is sporadic heavy use. When the heavy is on, I expect to be printing perhaps 100+ pages per week. When it's off, I'm...