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Looking to quickly and easily get jobs into your queues? For faster production, consider using barcodes and a barcode scanner to get jobs imported much faster than dragging and dropping. Barcodes can be used to scan jobs, which can be configured to output automatically. To select jobs that are held in output, the barcode must…

We’ve talked about the use of rasters before, and how they can benefit your transfer prints. It can be a little difficult to understand how important using something like As a refresher, when printing with a transfer, it’s common to use a method called “rasters”. Rasters are essentially pre-defined areas within your design that do…

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To get the very best color accuracy, no matter what your design is, Digital Factory allows you to merge rendering intents. A rendering intent is a method to convert colors from one ICC profile to another. It deals with the problem of bringing colors from a bigger color gamut into the smaller color gamut of…

This wizard controls how much white to use under black and very dark areas. In most cases with digital printing, you’ll need to add white. It can help add opacity for UV and reduce fading and cracking during washing for apparel using DTG and DTF printing processes.  The wizard has 2 printing steps. First, it…

Properly printing white ink can make or break your prints, especially in DTG, DTF, and UV printing. When you use different materials or substrates, you need a different amount of white ink. The right amount of white ink ensures opacity and gives bright brilliant colors.  To access the Set maximum white ink wizard:      1) Go to the “Queue” menu and select “Set…

Ink limiting is useful for saving you money on ink, which in turn can also help reduce print errors and give you better print quality. There are a number of issues and tips to consider, so let’s walk through some settings and troubleshooting.  To start:      1) Go to the Devices menu and select…

Everyone has a story about how the one time they forgot to save their work, they lost an entire project. You’ve taken the time to dial in your queue production settings, but have you backed them up? Don’t panic, it’s very easy to backup and restore your queue settings in case of an emergency, or…

Fading or otherwise deteriorating designs can add a cool distressed look on a print, but sometimes you just want a print to last. You can lock up your garments in a display case and hope for the best, but if you actually want to wear them, then protecting them is a must. That’s where “spreading…

Looking for an easy way to set-up automation for repetitive tasks? CADlink actions let you do just that. Once you’ve created an action, you can apply an action on import, apply and action to a job that is already in the queue, and apply an action to copy group layouts.  To create an action, you’ll…