Resolution Issues Jan 18, 2019 8:23:57 GMT
Post by Bailey on Jan 18, 2019 8:23:57 GMT
- Please direct me to an official vendor source (Canon, Epson, etc.) that specifies that their printer has a fixed ppi that it uses and where they recommend that this should be factored in when printing.
- Or show me any controlled study that proves there is a difference.
To me it sounds like you're sitting on the fence a bit regarding accepting that all ink jet printers have a native resolution as I described earlier. I say this because you are saying you haven't seen this or that etc. You haven't actually posted a statement saying no ink jet printers have a native resolution or specifically that my Epson SC P600 doesn't have a native resolution of 360ppi.
No-one is under any obligation to blindly believe unsubstantiated claims. I have posted information/evidence showing that all ink jet printers have a native resolution and how it is used. If the information I posted is insufficient for you to accept it, that is fine by me. I have no problem with that. It is your choice.
If you are genuinely interested in convincing yourself one way or the other whether all inkjet printers have a native resolution and its purpose and use as I described earlier, I am sure you are more than capable of doing your own research looking for controlled studies, that may or may not exist, or whatever other evidence would satisfy you.
Personally, I don't have the time to waste doing research for others when I already know that inkjet printers all have a native resolution.
On a side note, if you are 100% convinced that what I posted is not true and misleading, then since you are an administrator shouldn't you delete my posts?