To Improve Your Colour Print Quality in 4 Different Ways
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Printer is an important device for your office work. It could bring your ideas to life. Thus, printing documents in colour can significantly amplify your marketing and sales. More importantly, colour printing expresses your brand and the values behind it.


Here are 4 colour printing tips can ensure you keep bringing your ideas to life in the best possible colour.


Paper Quality


As you know, not all paper is created equal. Lower quality paper may cause dullness of colour or bleed on documents. You can count on regular copier paper being inferior in quality, so it should be avoided for colour documents.


In addition, types of document are matters for colour printing quality.


Printer Settings


As an illustration, you can quickly increase the print resolution to maximum dpi option in the print dialog screen. Furthermore, some printers need to be changed to a CMYK colour mode in order to optimize colour printing.


When we are on the topic of settings, please make sure your PC or laptop monitor’s colour settings are calibrated to your printer settings (or at least are set to the highest quality). This ensures you do not have a continual discrepancy between what you see on the screen and the colour document that comes out of your printing device.


Printer Cartridge Quality


Like your printer paper, ink and toners are key role in your colour printing quality. It means the quality of your colour printing could be compromised. As with any product, though, always do your homework. To understand and find the best quality original or compatible printer cartridges.


Moreover, taking care of your printer cartridges matters for high-quality printed materials. Such simple actions as storing printer products in cool places or properly installing cartridges can go a long way in the caliber of your printed materials.


Go For The Inkjet


Inkjet printers are better suited for printing colour documents, high-quality photos, or anything requiring tonal depth or brilliance. Toner technology (dry powder) that powers laser printer cartridge doesn’t match inkjet technology (wet ink) when it comes to colour or photo printing. However, laser printers tend to last longer and are more economical in the long run. Nevertheless, there is nothing wrong with the graphics or marketing arm of your business having an inkjet printer tucked away for superior printed materials.