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    Roland xc540 and Flexi red help!

    I'm using a Roland SolJET Pro III and Flexi does anyone have a good red? Every red we have printed out of Flexi has a orange or pink tint to it.

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    Can you use Roland Color System swatches in Flexi? If you can, try PR-43K.

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    I'll give it a try thanks a bunch

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    We ended up using RVW-PR42K on that chart. Thanks for heading us in the right direction.

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    Quote Originally Posted by signguyms View Post
    We ended up using RVW-PR42K on that chart. Thanks for heading us in the right direction.
    You bet.

    I'm not sure if you're aware but you can also edit the output values of the Roland colors in Versaworks. So for example, if you're happy with PR42K but want it a little darker or richer, you can bump up the K% a little right in Versaworks. The only problem with this option is being organized and documenting the values in case you need to hit that color again.

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