My image has a wood grain appearance. How can I fix this?

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Posted in Graphics & Technical media for HP Designjet printers by HP User Fri May 15 2015 16:51:59 GMT+0000 (UTC)·1·Viewed 1,900 times

HP LF Media
May 21, 2015

You are seeing aeroworms. Aeroworms are wavy, horizontal bands produced by air-induced dot placement error (DPE). In extreme cases, aeroworms give the image a wood-grain appearance. The problem occurs most commonly on print jobs that are set for low-quality and high-speed. It does not occur when the custom print-quality setting is set to “best.”

To eliminate aeroworms, select a higher IQ print setting (See the Select print quality section of your HP Designjet Printer User Guide).


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