I’m using Piezo K7 Neutral (NU) inks in an Epson 3880 (Mac), but wish to reduce or counteract some of the greenish tint I’m getting when printing on glossy (e.g. Canson Platine). It seems that one approach is to free up an ink slot by going to K6, and to use the free slot to incorporate a toner ink (somehow). However, I can’t find documentation of this and am not sure if I’ll be burned at the stake for thinking this way. I think Selenium ink will balance out some of the greenish hue.
Would the following work? Use K6 NU (K6-NU-HDPK-CanPlatine.quad). Put Selenium Shade 4 in the now available Yellow slot, map appropriately and linearize a new quad using HDPK, NU#2, NU#3, SEL#4, NU#5, NU#6. Print in PrintTool using Curve 1 as the K6-NU-… quad, and Curve 2 as the new .quad that incorporates SEL#4 instead of NU#4.
Any thoughts or ideas please? Thanks!