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Moab Support Forum > Problem ICC Moab Slickrock Metallic Silver 300

Hi.

I have x-rite i1 pro 2 and I have the same problems as you, i can not read the colored patches (some).
Do you have any solution please?

Thanks
Regards
Jesus

May 1, 2018 | Unregistered CommenterJesus Montana

To create an ICC profile for Slickrock Silver using the i1 Pro or i1 Pro2 you need to use the legacy patch layout. This puts a margin space in between each patch so the instrument has a better chance of accurately reading the patches. It also helps to increase the default patch size to a wider setting so there is more ink to measure.

May 1, 2018 | Unregistered CommenterMoab Paper Support

Hi.

Many thanks.

Regards

May 2, 2018 | Unregistered CommenterJesus Montana

Hi.

It worked very well thanks to you. But now I have another problem: the program i1Profiler fails to create the profile, it is blocked at 56%.
I hope you can help me again. I am also waiting for the answer from X rite.

Thank you.

Regards
Jesus

May 16, 2018 | Unregistered CommenterJesus Montana

I could be related to the number of patches. If you have more than 2100 or so processing time may increase. Hopefully X-Rite will have an answer for you.

May 17, 2018 | Unregistered CommenterMoab Paper Support

Hi.
Answer of X-rite:
"Thank you for the files. I looked into the measurement data and the profile gamut… and it is unfortunately like I assumed. For this type of printing substrate the i1Profiler software is not capable to calculate a profile gamut.
The issue is, that the substrate is really out of a common white (LAB = 53.36, -4.02, -16.88). And the second issue is, that in printed areas of the chart, brighter L values are produced, than the substrate’s L value (see sample below… a yellowish/greenish patch has an L = 63.15). This causes un-logical properties, which cannot be handled by a profiling engine (the engine assumes, that the substrate’s ‘white’ has highest L value).So, I am afraid, that I cannot provide a solution for this L"

So I do not know how you have created the color profile available on your website.

Thanks
Regards
Jesus

May 24, 2018 | Unregistered CommenterJesus Montana

We use X-Rite hardware and i1 profiler for measurement, and profiles are created using BasicColor software. I have had success creating profiles with i1 Profiler in the past, but it often takes multiple attempts to create the profile.

May 24, 2018 | Registered CommenterLegion Paper