Are You Prints Look Blurry or Grainy?

 Are You Prints Look Blurry or Grainy?

  Prints are blurry or grainy are common seen in sublimation printing. If you don’t have a high requirement in images’ quality, you don’t have to worry about this problem. But if you always take images’ quality into consideration, then you will be headache if you don’t know some solutions.

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  1. Prints are blurry

  If the images you print are blurry, then maybe your sublimation paper is damp, or you print on the wrong side.


  If you loaded the paper correctly, try using a different paper setting. Your printer may be using too much ink for the selected paper. (Uncoated papers absorb more ink than coated, or glossy papers.) In the printer driver, switch to a lower-quality setting, or turn off options that use more ink--the Super MicroWeave setting in some Epson printers, for example.

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  2. Pictures are grainy

  If you've already cleaned and aligned your print head and your images still look as though they have old- fashioned film grain rather than smooth gradations, try switching to a higher-quality print setting. If that doesn't solve the problem, the culprit may be low-quality paper. Try printing on a sheet of the manufacturer's recommended paper and see if the image quality improves. You'll usually get the best results--and encounter fewer problems--if you use high-quality paper and your printer manufacturer's sublimation ink.

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  Blurry or grainy images is just one of the problems in sublimation printing. If you meet more problems, welcome to share with us, and we can find out the solutions together.

 


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