Video: Printing greeting cards – Epson XP-15000
Printing greeting cards with the XP-15000
Why the correct choice of card type matters for print quality
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Video: Choosing the right card type for printing cards on the XP-15000
Why the right InkJet compatible card stock is important
Keith Cooper looks at printing greeting cards on the Epson XP-15000 printer. (9m 35s)
For more about this printer see Keith’s review
Using a specially created test image and making test prints shows the importance of using the correct card type, and how with a basic plain card there are simply no settings that will give high quality results.
There are two versions of a high resolution printing test image (sRGB and Adobe98 versions) available for download. Test image in sRGB and Adobe98 colour spaces – high resolution 600ppi
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The image is part of our collection of specialist printer test images
Keith uses the free Epson print layout software, since it’s widely available and has the ability to work with custom paper sizes, and borderless printing if supported by the printer.
The downloadable card templates mentioned in the video are to be found in Keith’s look at card printing:
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