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Posted 21 June 2010 - 05:22 PM
What is the largest size you want to print? I agree with Cor, my 2200 was a fine printer. For 13 x 19 printing, I would recommend the Epson 1400 or the Canon Pixma Pro 9000. Both make great prints. I don't have any experience with the HP photo printers but at the recent Scuba show in Long Beach the Canon guys were showing some really nice prints from their printers.
I'm in the market to replace my Epson 2200 which I really never liked and which printed L3 seems to be an easy program to print from but I need something that i can rely upon. so any suggestions?
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Posted 23 June 2010 - 05:57 PM
I've never gotten good prints. Almost all of them come out with vertical lines running the length of the print.
It sounds like you may have a condition called "banding".
If so, this is caused by clogged print head ink holes or a mis-aligned head.
Have you done the head cleaning and alignment procedures. Also, if you don't print for a month or two, that may cause clogging. I live in California where it is dry and I print a test image every month to keep every thing open.
Also, if you are printing low res images, <100dpi, this will also contribute to banding.
If it is so easy every one would be doing it!
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