Image for tarpaulin prints the whole thing in pure solid black

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Image for tarpaulin prints the whole thing in pure solid black

One customer brings his image to us for tarpaulin printing.

I copied the image from his USB drive and sent it into your Roland SC-545EX printer.

I have got no idea why the image prints in solid black, no image was printed, and it was just a solid black.

What I did just to print the image is to re-make the whole image in Adobe Photoshop then save.

Anyone can explain how it happened?

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Image for tarpaulin prints the whole thing in pure solid black

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Image for tarpaulin prints the whole thing in pure solid black

As far as I know, Roland SC-545EX only accepts CMYK (Cyan, Magenta, Yellow, and Black. K stands for Black) color format.

By default, we are using the RGB (Red, Green and Blue) to create an image which is the ideal color mode for making images.

But as the tarpaulin and the Roland SC-545EX printer is concern, you need to work on CMYK format in order to print your image correctly.

As what you have seen in your printer, the inks injected on to it are two of each color cyan, magenta, yellow and black. Although there are printers like inkjets that using CMYK colors able to print RGB format image, the tarpaulin printer is not that like.

So the solution for this issue is to convert your RGB image into CMYK image. If you are working with Adobe Photoshop the image can be easily converted into CMYK from RGB mode of color.

Just open the RGB image then click Image then move your mouse pointer on Mode the click CMYK the Save as.

 

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