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    Need help asap

  • #2
    What is the humidity in your print space/room? If you had one good print and then no more. Sounds like your ink is drying up. Keeping the correct amount of temp and humidity is highly important

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    • #3
      https://diydtg.com/forum/tutorials/5...er-environment

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      • #4
        Humidity is at 50% it just clumped up and spread all over my next shirt

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        • #5
          Temperature?

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          • #6
            temp is 18.9C (66.02F)

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            • #7
              ok so I have humidity at 48% temp at 75 degrees F so I believe I have an good environment

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              • #8
                Check your pretreatment, make sure you shake your white ink and make sure your ciss/cartridge air inlets are not plugged. Not sure what else to tell you.

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                • #9
                  this is my image im getting
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                    Looks like you just need to run a few cleaning cycles. Also, unplug the printer when the printhead is unlocked from the capping station and look under it. You may have some dry white ink build up or gunk. If so clean it with a lint free swab soaked in cleaning solution.

                • #10
                  Are you printing a CMYK image in the RIP and telling it to print WHITE ? What does he original file look like ?

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                  • #11
                    That was a test image. Yes im using rip and telling it to print white. The ink is not think its water down looking
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                    • #12
                      Are you printing directly on the platen? Can’t tell by pic. But if it seems “watered down” that is likely ink separation. Make sure your white is well agitated. Did you look under your printhead for gunk?

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                      • #13
                        yes I print on the platen to see white. Yes I flushed it about 3 prints ago

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