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HP Latex 360 1200x1200ppp?

HP Latex 360 Printer

#1 zfl 4 years ago

Hello there... I would like to know if there´s a way to print 1200x1200dpi in HP Latex 360, like 18pass mode in L260? Thanxs!

#2 ProColorGraphix 4 years ago

When I created a profile on the printer and selected 18pass, it came up as 1200dpi/.

#3 zfl 4 years ago

Hi thanxs for the reply!

You mean in the HP Latex 360?

I was not able to get 1200x1200dpi profile, is there any tip you can give me?

Thanxs again

#4 HP-MarcM 4 years ago

With the HP Latex 300 Printer series, it is only possible to achieve the maximum print resolution (1200x1200dpi) with the 18-pass print mode. If this is required, ensure that a specific substrate preset for this print mode is used.

Reusing another arbitrary preset may not deliver the expected print quality.

#5 zfl 4 years ago

Hi Marc, thanxs for the reply

What do you mean "ensure that a specific substrate preset for this print mode is used."?

18pass 1200x1200dpi can only be used on a certain substrate preset? Can you give me more details?


#6 HP-MarcM 4 years ago

I was just referring to the fact that if you want to print at 1200x1200dp, you will always have to print at 18 pass, since is the only mode that able to.

And you must have also into consideration that by default, just “Generic Backlit” profiles can be printed at 18 pass with 1200x1200 dpi as the table below shows. You can find more information about this in the following article:

HP Latex 300 Printer series Ink Density

#7 zfl 4 years ago

Hi Mark, 18pass is not available in High Ink Medias. Do you have any .oms file? 1200x1200dpi profile to share, just for test purpose

Thanxs Again!

#8 HP-MarcM 4 years ago

Hi zfl,

The 18 pass was designed as a high resolution mode to maximize details on media, in general with higher ink levels the smallest details are lost, so this option is not available for high ink medias, and I'm sorry but after searching for a while I haven't found any oms file like the one you are asking for.

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