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Horizontal Banding Issue only on Polyprop Banner material

We have an Epson Stylus Pro 9600 which prints fine on regular weight material, but always leaves horizontal lines on the print when we try and print with a heavy-weight banner material, in this case TAL IJ-B Polyprop Banner 300. Should we increase the distance between the heads and the material when printing?

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  • info25636 Sep 17, 2009

    We actually managed to get around this by simply telling the machine to treat the stock as regular photo paper.

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