Page comments http://mckdesign.co.nz/home/ http://mckdesign.co.nz/blog/more-musings-on-our-canon-ipf8300-inkjet/#PageComment_301 Hi Tom, I used the supplied profile from Lexjet which I found to be very good. As mentioned, we managed to get an excellent match between the eSatin and the Sunset Gloss. Sun, 27 May 2012 20:06:42 +1200 Graeme McKinstry http://mckdesign.co.nz/blog/more-musings-on-our-canon-ipf8300-inkjet/#PageComment_301 http://mckdesign.co.nz/blog/more-musings-on-our-canon-ipf8300-inkjet/#PageComment_300 Hi Folks, Thanks for posting your findings. I'm also a canon ipf8300 user and am very interested in trying Lexjet's sunset gloss. I was just leery about being able to get a good profile (using i1pro) off a textured gloss surface, but maybe this is a non issue. Can you scan the targets straight out of the printer or do you need to coat them first to tone down the glossiness? Thanks again, Sincerely, Tom Saunders tomsaundersart.com Edmonton, Canada Sat, 26 May 2012 04:43:15 +1200 Tom Saunders http://mckdesign.co.nz/blog/more-musings-on-our-canon-ipf8300-inkjet/#PageComment_300