Finally profiling the paper and printing a test image.
But now seeing the inconsistency with the numbers between each C. Calibration on the same paper I'm not sure how to tune-up the ink limits%. Any suggestions?
Very familiar observations. My logic was that the 100% patches had too much ink (went beyond Dmax) and more ink limitation was needed so I created custom media presets with less ink. The measurements still showed Dmax at the second or even third patch. After more trials + and - my conclusion was that the ink limitation isn't a true RIP like ink limitation but a gamma change and the Dmax will change but not its position on the patches. The Z3100 showed very linear greyscale wedges after calibration, the Z3200 doesn't. It is called calibration so there doesn't have to be the linearity you and I expect.
I think that the media presets got heavier gamma curves compared to the Z3100 ones. That and the heavier Chroma Red ink gave the Z3200 prints a more Epson style gamut, something people didn't see in the Z3100 prints and complained about. At the same time the nice B&W print linearity of Z3100 was sacrificed. See my measurements for QTR profiles:http://www.pigment-print.com/review/Z3200FirstPage_2.htm
Keith Cooper observed the same non linearity in QTR greyscale wedges:http://www.northlight-images.co.uk/reviews/printer/hp_z3200ps.html
met vriendelijke groeten, Ernst Dinkla
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