Does anyone know what happens to the LJ1600/LJ2600 if you ask it to print
C = 1, M = 1, Y = 1 AND K = 1 at the same time? Will the engine handle this?
foo2hp doesn't mind me doing so, so I placed '1 1 1 1 setcmykcolor' PostScript commands in my print file, and the zjsdecode shows that foo2hp indeed does
SOMETHING to all four planes.
I haven't bought a 1600/2600 printer yet, so I can't test it. And most stores won't let me try their printers, and HP's pre-sales haven't answered me at all.
I just want to create a thick layer of toner, regardless of its color.
And by having the engine print all four on top of each other will (?) do just that.
For what reason, you may wonder? To produce printed circuit boards!
Either with toner transfer (aka Gootee method, my preferred choice), or the "traditional" photographic method with UV light exposure and sodium hydroxide developer.
Edited 1 time(s). Last edit at 10/11/2007 09:58PM by rickrich.