I have read some peosts here and there on the topic.
There are a couple of interesting though small <= 13”, Ecotank printers. My chief anxiety regarding Pzography is the cartrige hassles, and potential bricking.
I know nothing about constructing curves but wonderd if ther K4 or K5 curves could be a starting point for theses printers.
The pro K4 curves would be a good start (hand mix warm and cool inks together to get desired colour) but I don’t think any of the existing printer specs in QuadtoneRIP will work on the Ecotanks. They have a different nozzle frequency.
Roy confirmed that there is no current support for the printer.
It’s unfortunate, because it seems that those printers would be great for producing small works and proofs, without cartridge headaches.
How does one determine the frequency (Kenneth)?
On the ET 7700 and 7750:
Printing Technology: 5-colour (CMYKPB), drop-on-demand MicroPiezo® inkjet technology
Minimum Ink Droplet Size: 3 droplet sizes, as small as 1.5 picoliters
Maximum Print Resolution: 5760 x 1440 optimized dpi
So, without a RIP, the concept is RIP, it would seem.