It may be necessary to reset your calibration to bring the printer back into the expected tolerance range.
Occasionally, the printer may calibrate with a blocked nozzle or other environmental issue. This causes the calibration to become ‘skewed’.
Resetting the calibration brings the printer back to a default starting point.
This is often performed when proofs fail ProofControl despite a good calibration, or if your proof has an unexpected cast/tint.
All calibrations listed under Available Printer Calibrations can be reset any time, making sure you can always return to the initial calibration file defined in the calibration set. If you modify an initial printer calibration file linked within a calibration set, you can use the reset function so that the modifications become effective.
How to reset a printer calibration
1. Click the Output button on the navigation panel on the left of the main window.
2. Under Available Printer Calibrations, right-click a calibration set to bring up the context menu.
3. Click Reset Calibration.
4. You will be asked whether you want to reset the calibration or not. Click Yes if you want to use the initial calibration file as a new starting point.