Optimizing Canon Pro 200 Printing with OEM Inks: A Comprehensive Guide

ratios were 30 parts ink to 70 parts nozzle cleaner or 40 parts ink to 60 parts nozzle cleaner. This strategy aims to maintain optimal ink flow while potentially improving print quality and longevity.

Testing and Profiling Considerations

Users shared their experiences with using Canon G570 inks in the Canon Pro 200, emphasizing the importance of ICC profiles for achieving accurate color reproduction. Proper profiling becomes crucial when deviating from preset ink profiles, ensuring consistent and high-quality prints.

Grey Ink Dilution and Clogging Risks

A cautionary note emerged regarding the use of Grey ink from Canon G570 in the Canon Pro 200. While one user found acceptable results with Black and Grey inks, the Grey ink presented challenges. Diluting the Grey ink was suggested, but users were warned against using it in the Light Grey channel to prevent potential clogging issues after multiple prints.

Longevity Testing

As users continue to experiment with different ink combinations, testing the longevity of prints becomes a key focus. The community awaits results from users who have implemented these ink strategies, especially with regards to the Canon G570 Grey ink and its potential dilution.

While alternative ink solutions can be explored to enhance printer performance, users should exercise caution, considering the compatibility of inks with specific printer technologies. Dilution strategies may offer a workaround, but careful testing and profiling are essential to achieving consistent and reliable results.

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Dec 5th 2023 Jee Comendador

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