Installing an ICC Color Profile is super easy, and I'll step you through everything you need to do here.
Download or Create your Profile
ICC Profiles for Canon papers and some third-party photo papers are pre-installed together with the printer driver. To install additional profiles for other popular photo papers tested and approved by Canon and for certain legacy models, download the ICC Profile Pack for your printer from one of the links below. An ICC profile will enable you to maximise the print quality and reproduce accurately the original colours, by calibrating the printer settings prior to printing. Because each paper has a slightly different shade, surface structure and reacts differently, it is important that use the ICC profile that is specifically designed for this paper. An ICC profile is a set of data that your Windows 10 computer relies on to match your display color values to your external devices. In other words, it calibrates the color accuracy of your devices. Your PC activates the ICC profile every time you connect a camera or a printer. A Department of Transportation (DOT) physical examination is conducted by a licensed 'medical examiner.' The term includes, but is not limited to, doctors of medicine (MD), doctors of osteopathy (DO), physician assistants (PA), advanced practice nurses (APN), and doctors of chiropractic (DC).
An ICC Color Profile is a standardized set of data that characterizes a color output of different devices, either display or print. What does that mean for you? Basically, the ICC Color Profile tells either your display or printer to show colors in certain ways.
Finding the right ICC Color Profile for your purposes is dependent on what you need from your color profile. If you are adjusting the color gamut of your computer monitor or TV, I'd recommend checking with the manufacturer for specific color profiles for their devices. Note that this guide mainly applies for Installing & Using your ICC Color Profile in Print. You can read about how to install your ICC Profile for displays here!
If you are working with sublimation, you can click here to explore the ICC Color Profiles we have for download. We've collected color profiles from the major Sublimation Ink suppliers, so hopefully your profile is listed. If not, let us know and we can try and grab that profile for you!
Note that a manufacturer provided color profile will never be perfect! Colors can be very complicated, and if exact colors are needed, it is recommended to build a custom color profile for your ink, substrate, and printer!
Install your Profile
- Download ICC Color Profile
- Right-Click and select Install Profile
- Open your printing preferences by selecting the Start key and going to Settings
- Select Devices
- Select Printers & Scanners and choose your preferred printer and click Manage
- Select Printing Preferences
- In your Printing Preferences, go to More Options > Color Correction and select Custom
- Under Color Correction, select Advanced and select No Color Management
- Save your Settings
Now you are all setup to begin using your new Color Profile! Printers come with their own color management, so we have to make sure we override those settings and use our own instead.
Use your Profile
Now that we have our color profile installed and setup, it's time to put it to use! Note that every program is different, I'll be showing how to enable your color profile using Photoshop CC. Click here to buy and install Photoshop.
- Open Photoshop CC
- Select your file and go to File > Print or hit Ctrl + P to open your print settings
- Under Color Management, select Photoshop Manages Color from the Color Handling dropdown
- Under Color Management, select the Color Profile you want to use from the Printer Profile dropdown
- You can go ahead and leave Black Point Compensation left enabled. We'll go over this in another post in the future
- Go ahead and print! You're all ready to use your new profile
ICC Color Profiles are very important, and can drastically effect your print! You can read more about ICC Color profiles here! Color profiles are a rather complicated subject, but we break down all the basics about Color Profiles. We release new How-To's and guides all the time, so check back with us for more information on ICC Color Profiles and Sublimation!
Icc Drivers For Designjet 90r
|Number||File Name||File Size||File Type||Date||Operation|
|1||ICC-TX4060&TX6090 USB3.0-KCMY+WW WW for cup||4.21 MB||zip||2020-01-11|
|2||how to choose the correct Print-Mon||336.9 KB||2020-01-11|
|3||Driver-Print-Mon-UV4060&UV6090 USB3.0 KKCCMMYY Old||16 MB||zip||2020-01-11|
|4||Driver-Print-Mon-UV4060&UV6090 USB3.0 KKCCMMYY New||16 MB||zip||2020-01-11|
|5||Driver-Print-Mon-N4060&N6090 USB3.0 KKCCMMYY||18.9 MB||zip||2019-12-23|
|6||ICC-new waveform version-N4060N6090 USB3.0-KKCCMMYY||4.22 MB||zip||2019-12-23|
|7||NDTG6090B Print-Mon||25.6 MB||zip||2019-12-05|
|8||ICC NDTG6090B||4.1 MB||zip||2019-12-05|
|9||NDTG6090B Use Manual||14.5 MB||zip||2019-12-05|
|10||UV6090B 3.0user manual||0 B||zip||2019-12-04|
|11||UV6090B Print-Mon||26.8 MB||zip||2019-12-03|
|12||UV6090B ICC||11.2 MB||zip||2019-12-03|
|13||ICC-old waveform version-UV4060&UV6090 USB3.0-KKCCMMYY||6.5 MB||zip||2019-08-12|
|14||ICC-new waveform version-UV4060&UV6090 USB3.0-KKCCMMYY||4.21 MB||zip||2019-08-12|
|15||ICC-RH1610&2513-3+1 Soft||6.28 MB||zip||2019-08-07|
|16||ICC-RH1610&2513-2+1 Soft||6.17 MB||zip||2019-08-07|
|17||Driver-Print-Mon-TX4060&TX6090 USB3.0 KCMY+WWVV for cup||164 MB||zip||2019-07-16|
|18||Driver-RH1610&2513 3+1 KCMY+LcLm+WW||25.2 MB||zip||2019-07-08|
|19||Driver-RH1610&2513 2+1 KCMY+WW||237 MB||zip||2019-07-08|