- 31st May 2018 at 10:53 am #11276
I heard there is a mapping function for the 920wt printer from forever rip that lets you map your toners to have the white toner printing first?. Is this available for the pro8432wt?.
Grant Preston4th June 2018 at 8:33 am #11285AnonymousInactive
since you have the latest version, the mapping feature is available again.
You just have to click on the Color Profile you want to use in Step 1 and on the right upper corner you can click on the mapping button.
Here you have to activate the mapping and tell te printer which toner you are changing with which other toner. Done.
BR6th June 2018 at 11:01 pm #11292
Hi I dont see any mapping in step 1 on the right hand corner. I have updated all the profiles and says DL_V11.icc.
How do I update to the latest version. I have the Oki pro8432wt and bought it with the forever transfer rip in Febuary 2018.
Grant7th June 2018 at 8:33 am #11293
I have checked everywhere for a version update on the forever rip but can’t find it. Where or lets say how do I update too the latest version of the Transfer Rip.
Grant Preston7th June 2018 at 9:10 am #11295AnonymousInactive
please click on:
– Support (Button in the top)
– Login (bottom right)
– Updates (top left)
– Check for updates (bottom right)
– Load Update (top left)
– Download (bottom right)
After installting the latest version, you will see the mapping feature.
BR7th June 2018 at 12:23 pm #11296
I did the download and it works. One small problem maybe you could help. The white is not as dense as when you overprint its more grey and seems broken up, when I print the same file as overprint with the white toner in its original position it is perfect. Is there a setting I am missing? I was printing on black card stock to see what my designs look like.
You guys are amazing I was going to sell my Oki 8432wt and buy a iColor 600 as I need this function but forever once again helped me out. I will never use another product Forever has made my life easy, I thank you for that.
Grant Preston7th June 2018 at 12:44 pm #11297AnonymousInactive
it is always great to see if we can make a customer happy.
Unfortunately I have no idea why it is not white anymore. I guess you put it on the first position.
Did you increase the density on the printer?
BR7th June 2018 at 1:05 pm #11298
Yes +2 on page colour density and +3 on white toner density. It looks like half the amount of white toner compared to the original position. Can I upload pics for you to see?
Grant7th June 2018 at 1:40 pm #11299AnonymousInactive
sure you can any image to show me the current result.
But make sure that you are changing the denstiy of the color which was on the position of white.
BR7th June 2018 at 1:57 pm #11300
So I must change the density of the colour where the white is mapped too? so I changed the density on white, but I put my white in the cyan location so I should adjust the cyan ?
How would I up load pics, sorry can’t find the upload button. It says I must type in the URL of the pic its on my desk top?
Grant12th June 2018 at 3:57 am #11301RCParticipant
Moto-g or t-bulut if you wouldn’t mind, what does”mapping” or changing the order of your toner carts accomplish?12th June 2018 at 7:04 am #11302AnonymousInactive
it may help you to print on our waterslide paper directly. You can put the white as the first layer and all colors on top of it. Also it is perfect to print directly on black card boards or similar products.
BR12th June 2018 at 7:05 am #11303AnonymousInactive
yes you have to change the cyan density. For uploading images you might have to have it anywhere else online if the link to your desktop ain’t work.
BR29th June 2018 at 2:33 pm #11500
Ok this is now working perfectly. Thank you for all your help the white under print is working and its amazing. Now I can offer my customers this type of printing and waterslide etc. Must say forever you opened even more doors for me to expand what I can offer . Thank you for that.23rd December 2018 at 2:45 am #11724AnonymousInactive
I have a C711wt, a cheaper OKI CMYW printer, and cannot get white to underprint for decal printing. Wondering if you have any advice or insight.
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