Re: Digi Sep neg not in register

From: Hans & Chia ^lt;[email protected]>
Date: 10/13/04-04:49:19 PM Z
Message-id: <p06110400bd935b6d3961@[]>

Hi Chris,

No problem with the feeding. The substrate is Pictorico OHP or Agfa CopyJet.
Always the same channel or more true, the new
cyan document created from splitting channels.
With exactly the same size and resulotion as the other two.
Sometimes crooked edge in a way that reminds you of a pincushion distorsion.
Very frustrating.

Talking about getting sepnegs in register.
Another "funny" thing that happens when you use a
very good filmscanner
and scan old slides taken with a bad lens.
Suddenly you discover a lot of chromatic

Hans & Chia

>Hans and Chia,
> I read this message a while ago, and since it had never happened before
>I deleted the message.
> Today I printed an image (11x17) and with my third printing the paper
>had mysteriously stretched over 1/8 inch, and in an odd off register way.
> I put two and two together (after I printed the sucker), after having
>read your message. Sure enough, when I superimposed all the negs, the green
>channel negative was a different size, but ALSO it was crooked edged. Then
>I remembered, that this was the sheet that did not feed through the printer
>straight and got slightly hung up.
> From now on I will make sure all negs register before printing. This
>is with a 2200, not your printer, and it probably doesn't even answer your
>particular problem, but is it possible the substrate is not feeding through
>correctly in your printer, too, or does this always happen with just that

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Received on Wed Oct 13 17:01:57 2004

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