Mater Curve for R3000

r3000

#1

Dana,

The Master Curve download (“Current”) appears not to contain the Master Curve for the R3000. Since I’m thinking of having a custom profile made, I’ll need that.

Harry


#2

x880-x890-MATTE-Master.quad [I]([/I][B][I]K7[/I][/B][I]: use with ALL K3 printer models (R2400, R2880, R3000, 3800/3880, 4800, 4880, 7800/9800, 7880/9880 and 7890/9890).)[/I]
x880-x890-GLOSS-Master.quad [I]([/I][B][I]K7[/I][/B][I]: use with ALL K3 printer models (R2400, R2880, R3000, 3800/3880, 4800, 4880, 7800/9800, 7880/9880 and 7890/9890).

[/I]This info is in The New Piezography Users Manual found here: http://shopping.netsuite.com/c.362672/site/techdocs/The_new_Piezography_manual.pdf

Kindly,
Kelly


#3

[QUOTE=KellyC;4780]x880-x890-MATTE-Master.quad [I]([/I][B][I]K7[/I][/B][I]: use with ALL K3 printer models (R2400, R2880, R3000, 3800/3880, 4800, 4880, 7800/9800, 7880/9880 and 7890/9890).)[/I]
x880-x890-GLOSS-Master.quad [I]([/I][B][I]K7[/I][/B][I]: use with ALL K3 printer models (R2400, R2880, R3000, 3800/3880, 4800, 4880, 7800/9800, 7880/9880 and 7890/9890).

[/I]This info is in The New Piezography Users Manual found here: http://shopping.netsuite.com/c.362672/site/techdocs/The_new_Piezography_manual.pdf

Kindly,
Kelly[/QUOTE]

Hmmm, one size fits all. To what extent can the “proof of piezography” file be used to check on the linearity of the regions 90 to 100% in the 1%, 2%and 5% figures in that file?

HFL


#4

Harry,

The R3000 uses the same printer driver in QTR as does the R2880 (and several other models). We do not use Proof of Piezography anymore… Download the Linearization checker from the custom curves page and run that using an Eye1 for the measurements. you can quickly determine if you are linear or not…

Download it from the instructions page here: Custom Piezography Curves

regards,

Jon


#5

[QUOTE=jon;4787]Harry,

The R3000 uses the same printer driver in QTR as does the R2880 (and several other models). We do not use Proof of Piezography anymore… Download the Linearization checker from the custom curves page and run that using an Eye1 for the measurements. you can quickly determine if you are linear or not…

Download it from the instructions page here: Custom Piezography Curves

regards,

Jon[/QUOTE]

Jon,

If I had an Eye1 I wouldn’t have posted my query in the first place. I’m relying on an eyeball estimate that the region from 90% to 100% [I]may[/I] need attention. While you may not use the PoP anymore, it must still be valid, if somewhat limited.

Would you consider providing a service that would provide a linearity check to your regular customers (at a price, of course?) Otherwise, the only way to allay my concern would be order a custom profile, at $99, perhaps unnecessarily.

Alternatively, perhaps there is someone following this thread who would provide a linearity check for a reasonable fee?

Harry


#6

Hi Harry,
If you do not own an Eye1 - do you own any other type of instrument that can measure density accurately?
Do you own a traditional densitometer? You can use it as well. There is a worksheet for density as well as one for L.
Otherwise you will need to print the 21 step from the QTR folder and print it using the correct QTR curve for the media you are printing it (as if making a print) and send it in for measurement.
The problem for us is time and person-power - so we would have to charge for it or set it in the when time permits pile.
We do not provide a standard service of measuring 21 step strips to determine if they are linear or not. But we do provide a service for measuring the 256 step targets for profiling.
Jon


#7

[QUOTE=jon;4810]Hi Harry,
If you do not own an Eye1 - do you own any other type of instrument that can measure density accurately?
Do you own a traditional densitometer? You can use it as well. There is a worksheet for density as well as one for L.
Otherwise you will need to print the 21 step from the QTR folder and print it using the correct QTR curve for the media you are printing it (as if making a print) and send it in for measurement.
The problem for us is time and person-power - so we would have to charge for it or set it in the when time permits pile.
We do not provide a standard service of measuring 21 step strips to determine if they are linear or not. But we do provide a service for measuring the 256 step targets for profiling.
Jon[/QUOTE]

Thanks Jon, no spectrometer or densitometer here. I’ll send the 21 step strip when I get back to Boston, and you can get to it when you can.

Harry


#8

Use this image QTR-21-Gray

Kelly