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Latex 360 profiling

Offline bigbly Posted 03-06-2015 - 10:40 PM
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Onyx Version:
10.1
Printer(s):
Roland Soljet III x 2, HP5500, HP L25500

We've had a 360 for a few weeks now and it's quite a step up from our 25500s in many ways.
The onboard profile making is a wondrous thing in that you can press a button and go do something else while it does it's thing. Although at times it would be nice to be able to screw with things a bit more than the 360 seems to let you.
Just for giggles I went through the Onyx profile creation process to see if the rip can create a media and upload it to the printer but it won't accept the OML file generated by Onyx.
A google search came up with nothing on this apart from a few frustrated users trying to do the same thing.
I'm clearly just doing something/everything wrong.

Has anyone done this successfully?
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Offline jonkovach Posted 04-20-2016 - 08:52 AM
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Onyx Version:
X11
Printer(s):
HP z6100, Mimaki JV33-160, HP Latex 370

Hey - while I have no solutions, I wanted to ask you about this.
I just purchased, and installed, a Latex 370. (360 with bulk ink system) Are you able to create media profiles using the on-board i1 and Onyx? Any luck?
Jon

He who limps is still walking.
~Stanislaw J. Lec

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Offline bigbly Posted 04-20-2016 - 02:53 PM
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Onyx Version:
10.1
Printer(s):
Roland Soljet III x 2, HP5500, HP L25500

I never worked out how.
I just use the onboard profiler.
It's adequate for most signage if a little grainy for fine work.
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Offline jonkovach Posted 04-21-2016 - 04:17 AM
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Onyx Version:
X11
Printer(s):
HP z6100, Mimaki JV33-160, HP Latex 370

When you say you used the on-board profiler, what do you mean? You did not create any custom profiles though the embedded i1 and Onyx Media Manager?

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Offline bigbly Posted 04-21-2016 - 10:25 AM
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Onyx Version:
10.1
Printer(s):
Roland Soljet III x 2, HP5500, HP L25500

Not using Onyx - the printer creates profiles itself which Onyx downloads to the RIP.
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Offline jonkovach Posted 04-21-2016 - 12:40 PM
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Onyx Version:
X11
Printer(s):
HP z6100, Mimaki JV33-160, HP Latex 370

Ohhhhh, I see. But you can't create custom profiles that way - limiting inks, etc... right?

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Offline Pauly Posted 04-27-2016 - 06:56 PM
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Onyx Version:
12.0
Printer(s):
Oce Arizona 480XT

It there a way to turn off the ICC profiles on the printer?

If so, Then go through the onyx media manager and try make one for it. Dont try up load it to the printer. Just go through job editer, use the profile and send the image to the printer and get the printer to use no profile?

If you cannot do that. I guess the printer will do it's own ink restrictions? IF so, again make another profile through onyx, skip the ink restrictions and calibration until you get to the icc profile section. print it, read it, create it.
Then go to the profile in media manager, expand it, then expand the icc. you should be able to click it and export it as an ICC. Try uploading that to the printer.
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