I've heard, the gap between i1 Pro and target is important in terms of lense
If the target is out of focus, there will be a different result.
I think, the ruler is about 1-2 mm high? Anyone from Europe in here, who can
borrow me the small one for some days to test?
Gesendet: Mittwoch, 20. Dezember 2017 um 01:19 Uhr
Von: "Ben Goren" <ben@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Betreff: [argyllcms] Re: DTP41 - is it useful?
...and the ruler isn't anything magical, but simply a piece of plastic with a
long hole the width of the bottom aperture. You cold probably kludge
something just fine with stuff around your office. If you've any fabrication
skills -- a router with wood, 3D plastic printing, machining / CNC of metal,
whatever -- it'd be trivial to make something elegant.
On Dec 19, 2017, at 5:06 PM, edmund ronald <edmundronald@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
i know this isn't what you want to hear, but I would just print a larger
set of patches and do spot measurements with the i1.
or maybe what you want is simply this:
On Tue, Dec 19, 2017 at 7:49 PM, Lars-Daniel Weber
I've got an i1 Pro Rev. B, which got re-certificated two months ago.
My problem: I don't have a ruler and all the "hacks" with DIY aren't
working pretty good.
On eBay, you can find pretty cheap DTP41... are they useful for printer
Sure, they need re-recertification, but that's easier to get than a
measurement ruler ;)