I know it’s not very accurate, but just looked at a job in the Versa Rip and it says it uses more ink on Standard quality than on high quality, surely it should be the other way around ?….
No as the machines print more precise instead of more ink. That’s what I was told. Apparently in high speed and standard it’s chucking the ink at the media where as in high quality it’s placing it. So a Roland tech told me.
I use standard for 90%. Only use high quality for small detail to be honest.
I seem to recall that Piezo heads use smaller droplets of ink, out of the head, giving a higher resolution print, also why high quality dries quicker as the solvent from the smaller droplets evaporates quicker.
Or I could, and probably am talking nonsense :awkward: