new to the forum here, hoping you might have some input to help me.
The Set Up:
Mutoh Toucan LT, with solvent ink set (not eco-solvent), being run on an Onyx 6.5 RIP. (the RIP also runs an Epson 9800, in case that is relevant to my question)
Making Media Profiles.
We are using Onyx 6.5 in conjunction with Eye-One Match software (and Eye-One UV Cut Spectrophotometer) to attempt to make profiles.
The actual process of making the profile is ok, however I need to know how to interpret the results. The most recent issue came up when trying to make a profile for MacTac JT5728P (an adhesive vinyl product). The subsequent prints came out “cartoonized.” Can this be attributed to a hardware or software issue? (I have experienced a similar issue in the past with banner vinyl, but was cured by raising the pre and platen heater temps. In this scenario I have adjusted my heaters from normal operating temps to 50 degrees C, max temp)
Any input would be great appreciated, if I have left out any info that might help determine the problem please let me know.