Digital inkjet printers have become a hot topic for home users, with many turning to them for printouts of digital documents.
While the ink-spill method is often preferred, there are a few tricks you can do to make it your own.
Here are some tips to get your digital printing on with the latest inkjet technology.1.
Find your printer’s settings1.
Set the print speed to 3D, and then the size to 100g or less.2.
Check the printer’s resolution.
If it’s not showing a resolution, try another size.3.
Make sure the printer can handle the ink.
If you have a higher resolution printer, you might need to turn down the inkjet’s settings.
If not, go to the settings menu, change the resolution, and check the resolution again.4.
Turn the color off, and the white off.
The printer will turn off the ink when you turn the white back on.5.
Adjust the opacity to match the paper.
When you get to the next step, turn off opacity again.6.
Set your colors to the colors you want, and adjust the opacity if needed.
If the paper is not opaque, you can remove the paper and set it back to its default opacity.7.
Make a test print.
You’ll need a large, white piece of paper and a pen.
Write a message on the paper that says “Hello, My Name is …”.
If all goes well, the ink will be drawn onto the page.8.
Print it and let it dry.
When it’s dry, print a second version of the message.
This time, add a caption that says, “My Name is ….” and then put the original message in the corner.
If everything goes well and you can see your text in the background, your printer should be able to show you the two versions of the same message.9.
Print a third version of your message.
You can print multiple versions at once, or you can print a third printout for each page.
Just print one copy for each paper you want to print.
If you have questions about printing a digital message on paper, see our full guide.