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Can’t print at 1200x1200ppp on 315 Latex printer

HP Latex 300 Series

#1 Perridan a month ago

I cant print at 1200x1200ppp, im the user manual they say that you must to get a profile with 18 passes, I have a substrate with this configuration, and when I can try to print from FlexiPrint at 1200x1200ppp i received a error 61:08.2

#2 HP-Sonia a month ago

Hello Perridan!

As mentioned in the user guide, the 1200x1200DPI is for 18P mode and is the printers internal printing resolution. The RIP resolution must still be selected as 600DPI. I hope this information helps.

#3 Perridan a month ago

Hello, I noticed that if you print in 600x600dpi even with 18P I see hatch in colors, specially light colors. When I use 18p mode in FlexiPRINT it allow me to select 1200x1200dpi however when I send the rip to printer, I received the error. I’d like to improve the resolution to get photo quality posters. When I use other passes configuration 1200x1200dpi disappears from rip configuration. I use the last firmware version. I’m new at Latex printer I just buy the printer less than a month and y must learn more.

Sorry for the deleted comments, I cannot upload the images, cause I receive an error uploading the images, I upload a video, triying print with the 1200x1200 dpi:
https://youtu.be/4ZkqWmrC6UY
Images:
http://recha.es/img/IMG_6814.jpg
http://recha.es/img/IMG_9875.jpg
http://recha.es/img/IMG_6951.jpg

#4 Perridan a month ago

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#8 paulelw a month ago

#3 Please leave settings to 600 x 600 dpi. If you need higher quality which will result in higher dpi then choose higher passes. generally 18 or higher passes will give you these results.

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