– This refers to the process where bordering colors blur into each other to create messy edges and muddled colors. The root cause is generally either be too much ink being laid down and / ornot enough time allowed for the ink to gel. Some RIP software allows you to add a small delay between each scan line pass or reduce the volume of ink being printed (there are a number of approaches, including lowering the print resolution or controlling actual volume curves). Many time, bleeding can be caused by an over-abundance of white ink being printed in the Highlight – heavy, wet white ink has a tendency to ood into other areas of solid color.

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