I’m new to this process and need some help getting my printer up and running. I have installed the Pro ink
set into the printer as instructed. My printer is the 7900, and it has a bad black channel; I put the two blacks
into the Or and Gr channels, and am not using the very light grays for both the warm and cool tones. I watched
a video showing how to remap a curve, but it only showed how to do one channel–I suspect that I only need
to duplicate the process for both blacks. My questions are:
In the Piezography curves folder, there are two folders for my printer: Pro-K4 and Pro-K5.
There only seems to be curves in the K-5 folder, and something called x900-K4-GlossMasterV1-Cool and one
called x900-K4-GlossMasterV1-Neutral in the K-4 folder. Do I need to remap these as well?
Do I need to remap all of the curves in the K-5 folder?
Why are there only two curves for the Epson papers? Where can I get curves for other papers than are
listed in the folder?
Do I need to run the “install7900-ProK5.command” and the “install7900-ProK4.command” from both
I’ve seen this: “There are new drivers and new workflow that no longer require the use of QuadTone RIP”
on the Jon Cone Editions website. I found it under the workshops page for the Advanced Piezography Printmaking workshop. Will I still need QTR and Print Tool?