I have started using the new PiezoDN and read all documentation. I intend to use the system on my Epson 9900. So far, I have seen there are only curves created for Hahnemuhle paper. I have seen for other printers, some ICC profiles have been created for other kinds of papers.
My questions are:
(For Walker) - Do you expect to release some ICC profiles for Bergger - Arches - Revere Platinum for 9900 printer in the near future?
Concerning question 1) , could we just use the ICC profiles made for the 4900 printer for all those other-than-hahnemuhle paper? After all, we are talking about the same use of inks?
Why is it that paper variants are incorporated into the system by the use of ICC, and not by making a whole new quad curve with a linearization made on the different paper?
In fact, going even further, when using a different paper, and in order to be really precise, shouldn’t we start with a Master curve, limit it, and then linearize? Why is it that we just take into account the paper-variable into a ICC profile?
I intend to start using Arches Platine on my Epson 9900, with Pd and Pt-Pd, and I do not know whether I should start from scratch from a Master curve or not.
Thanks so much in advance for your help. I hope I will be able soon to collaborate too with my findings helping the rest of the community of PiezoDN users.