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WHEN PRINTING FROM CS3 ILLUSTRATOR DIRECTLY TO OUR EPSON 4800, OUR EDGES SEEM TO BE SLIGHTLY JAGGED, AND NOT SHARP LIKE IT USED TO BE WITH FAST FILMS - ANY FIX?

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Try reducing the amount of ink coverage. For instance, instead of using Rich Black (60/60/60/100) try using True Black (0/0/0/100).

Have you changed print materials lately? The amount of ink coverage could be causing the edges of your material to roll up and prevent the the ink from being sprayed properly.

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