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Post time: 2013-4-27 21:51:51 |Show all posts
we got Canon 6010 from 3 months ago but we have problem with colors that we got difference color from the same color printed on the same sheet uneven charge across the sheet......(like if we print full 13X19 with gray color we got the color changed from top to bottom.......
any body have canon 6010 can help me, find my test files for this problem, after printing cut the Bus. cards and put every kind together to see color, is the color are the same or not?????
please share your experience with us        test color.pdf (690.6 KB, 151 views)  

Post time: 2013-4-28 10:51:47 |Show all posts
hi Michael4,
thanks for help, i used the your setting :
Gradient dither to "Gradation"
and resolution to "color" Or change both to gradation
but the result not good plz find attached PDF file for the result after printing and cutting
waiting your feedback        PDF 20.pdf (135.4 KB, 119 views)

Post time: 2013-4-28 09:39:49 |Show all posts
That's a shame that they would say that. You're not trying to print anything overwhelming. The 6010 can certainly handle it.

OK, let's change your Dither. The dither pattern is how the toner is applied to the sheet. (you can physically see this under a loupe if you have one) Its quite interesting.

1: Additional Functions
2: System Settings
3: Pg4 - Device Management
4: Dither Pattern

Use the settings I gave you a few posts back. There are also a few other interesting settings hidden in that device management tab. Just remember you will need to manually re-set anything  yuou choose if you wish to go back to default.

Post time: 2013-4-28 08:18:43 |Show all posts
thanks Michael4,
the tech. person change all things from developer, Drum, Corona, cleaned laser unite but the results not good and they told me that is technology limitation....is that right?????
how to make dither patterns from where????????

Post time: 2013-4-28 06:48:47 |Show all posts
I did print the file. All colors are looking good an consistent.
Trust me about the Dither patterns, use them to your advantage.
Also, It could be your developer/Drum. Your drums may not be holding there charge equaly.
I assume the machine is recently Calibrated? How was the final stage of calibration, view your Taget vs measurment chart.

Post time: 2013-4-28 05:16:05 |Show all posts
C1+ is proofing machine and the speed is 14 A4 per Minute so i know it will be good but the case is Different with C6010 it is production and the speed high 60 A4 per Minute

Post time: 2013-4-28 04:01:22 |Show all posts
its no comparison but i printed the file on my C1+ without any trouble. it came out beautiful

Post time: 2013-4-28 02:52:39 |Show all posts
my problem with all color not gray color, i changed the Corona wires/Grids the same results did u print the file? if so tell me the results for all color......waiting u

Post time: 2013-4-28 01:29:53 |Show all posts
I'm Printing your file now....

Its definitly a rich gray, Change the dither patter like a reccomended, and you will have much better results.
Change the color itself to 25-40% black or so, and you will have the best results possible..

Post time: 2013-4-27 23:34:16 |Show all posts
I have a 6010, your having issue with the gray page? or all your pages?
If its rather consistent band in the image, it may just be time to change your Corona wires/Grids.
If its just with gray, you can try two things:

1: make your the gray is just a half tone of black, and not a rich gray (CYM build)
2: change your dither patter for this job (Gradient dither to "Gradation" and resolution to "color")
Or change both to gradation. The dither options are in your "system settings" panel from the touch screen terminal.

This should correct your issue. I keep my Dither pattern on "Gradation" & "color" at all times actually.
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