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Moab Support Forum > lasal luster profile downloading as document

Hello, I am trying to get a profile on the Moab Lasal exhibition luster 300 paper. It is not listed but there is a nasal luster. I have downloaded it several times including holding down the option button. It always downloads as a 4 meg document and not an icc profile. I have a 1 year old I Mac using a HP Z 3200 PS printer Adobe Photoshop... I tried the download for the Lasal semigloss to see if I could do something. I got the ICC profile for that. Tried to send it to the printer and got the warning could not send file is faulty. Tried to make my own profile. Printer did first page, now wants bigger paperA3. First paper was 8.5X11 and now wants A3. Do I need to try to find that now, or am I stuck with no profile?

December 31, 2017 | Unregistered CommenterRobert Puckett

According to a simple web search, an .oms file is a special HP preset file. See this link: https://fileinfo.com/extension/oms

You should be able to install that preset, following the instructions on the Canson site.
http://www.canson-infinity.com/en/icc-profiles-hp

Scroll down about halfway to find out about the .oms file setting. Looks like you use the HP Printer Utility to import it.

Try that, and let us know how it works.

December 31, 2017 | Unregistered CommenterJames Parker

profiles are not available. Says Whoops something went wrong and I am on a square space page.. Back to original issue. I followed instructions the first time, and could not download a icc profile for the Lasal Luster. It downloaded as a 4 meg document. I tried the semi gloss because it must be similar. It downloaded as an ICC profile. I saved it in the correct directory, and tried to install it through the printer profile upload utility and it said the file was faulty. Now, to make my own icc profile, since my printer has a built in meter, U need A3 or larger paper! Would be nice if I could get a profile that worked from Moab.

December 31, 2017 | Unregistered CommenterRobert Puckett

That 4M file downloaded fine for me when I posted the earlier reply. It has the extension .oms which is an HP 3200 specific file. It should install using the printer utility.

I’m sure come Tuesday, that someone from Moab will come to your rescue.

December 31, 2017 | Unregistered CommenterJames W. Parker

Most of our HP profiles are posted as OMS files for the HP utility, you will need to import them to the printer software and work from there. We always recommend creating your own custom profile once the OMS file is loaded for the most accurate output on your printer. The profiling process requires A3 (13x19) sheets or larger, unfortunately it won't work with 8.5x11.

January 2, 2018 | Unregistered CommenterMoab Paper Support