Sure, you can set up the profile to use just one or as many inks as you choose.
On Apr 13, 2009, at 1:16 PM, Marek Matusz wrote:
Clay, Is it possible with the QTR RIP to print on Epson printer (in my case 3800) with black ink only (NO light or light light black) or black and yellow ink only? Marek
> Date: Mon, 13 Apr 2009 10:18:10 -0500 > From:email@example.com > Subject: Re: green-yellow > To:firstname.lastname@example.org > > > > > This chart is measurement data taken from the very useful ink > percentage test that you can print using the QTR RIP. And we have > found that the colors are additive. ( I use we, because Michael > Mutmansky and I sort of put this thing through the wringer about two > years ago and he had this hunch that the colors might additive, and > sure enough, the testing proved it to be true) > > The ink load remark was to point out that if you print out 100% of > each ink color, you will have a big puddle of ink on your pictorico. > So you need to take into account the cumulative ink load (in percent) > for all the colors you are using to avoid over-inking the substrate > you are printing on. > > > > > > Now, that I have received Clay's chart, I find it fascinating....but > > I need to clarify this, Clay. Clay, if I am hearing you correctly, > > your chart shows/proves that UV density is additive when colors are > > mixed. That much is correct (which dovetails with Alberto's > > information)? But you also seem to say that there is more ink laid > > down, is that correct, too? But in your system, you lessen the ink > > load, correct again? Sorry if these seem so dense but I want to > > really understand this so I can file it in my brain file cabinet and > > put it to rest. > > Chris > > > > >