Nozzle check poor just 2 days after printing

Discussion in 'Large Format Inkjet Printers' started by frogseatflies, Feb 12, 2019.

  1. frogseatflies

    frogseatflies New Member

    Feb 2019
    Anyone know why? I print my own artwork and I am finding that I too often am performing nozzle checks that are taking multiple sheets of 8.5x11 paper to finally get a good nozzle check. I don't know exactly what's happening but it seems to use up some of my ink too.

    I feel like it's not cost effective for me to print twice a week. And it seems smarter for me to print a ton of prints 1 day a month (to offset what seems to be happening with the nozzle check).

    Any thoughts?