[TriLUG] OT: Graphics Editing
turnpike420 at gmail.com
Wed Aug 24 22:14:11 EDT 2005
a true decal printer (like one a modeler might have in model
railroading or rc cars or model airplanes etc.) most of those print
white since the decal "paper?" itself is transparent.
On 8/24/05, Rick DeNatale <rick.denatale at gmail.com> wrote:
> On 8/24/05, Pat Regan <thehead at patshead.com> wrote:
> > Mark Freeze wrote:
> > > I am having trouble printing an image on a report cover. (Or more
> > > specifically, 300 report covers.) My problem is this: I am placing a
> > > company logo onto the report cover and printing on light gray stock.
> > > The company logo is not in a defined shape, so it has some 'white'
> > > areas within the image frame and these areas show up as a light
> > > rectangular shadow on the gray paper.
> > Are you trying to get the areas that are supposed to be white to be
> > printed in white on your gray paper? I wouldn't be terribly surprised
> > if there is very, very high end printing equipment that contains white
> > ink... But I have never seen such a beast :).
> Well the Alps microdry printers can print white, and didn't cost that
> much, unfortunately they are out of production.
> More on topic, it sounds as if the white part of the image might not
> be truly white.
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