One of the more frequently asked questions is, “How do you upload an Arlon media profile onto the RIP software?” It’s very simple, and it only takes a few steps.

Download the ICC Profile

Now we are going to the Arlon website to download profiles. Select your region. Click the “Support” tab and choose “ICC Profile.” Select the printer, RIP software and Ink you are using. Once those are selected, profile options will pop up.

Select the profile you want and click “Download.” Once it’s completed, go to the download folder and make sure the profile is there. If necessary, extract the file. You can now install the profile on to your RIP software.

Upload an Arlon Media Profile

Before you begin, go to the printer touch screen and write down the IP address. Then return to the computer and open the web browser of your choice. Enter the IP address on the browser address bar and press enter. The printer embedded web server will open.

Upload an Arlon media profile to an HP 300 series printer.
Be sure to write down the IP address from the printer touchscreen before you begin.

Click on the “Set Up” tab and choose Substrate presets management. Then, click on browse to locate the OMS file. Then, click open. Follow the instructions on the screen. You may need to go to the printer touch screen to accept the profile. The RIP software will receive updated media information from the printer. Once you have installed the profile, you’ll get consistent print quality.

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Kelly Kwo

Kelly started her career in 2000, working with a global provider of large-format advertising. Kelly was involved in a high-profile project developing large digital printers to output high-resolution graphics, which was unheard of at the time. Eager to expand on her knowledge, she joined the manufacturing side of the sign and graphics industry in 2006 when she joined Arlon.

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Kelly Kwo

Kelly started her career in 2000, working with a global provider of large-format advertising. Kelly was involved in a high-profile project developing large digital printers to output high-resolution graphics, which was unheard of at the time. Eager to expand on her knowledge, she joined the manufacturing side of the sign and graphics industry in 2006 when she joined Arlon.

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