Maybe if you tuned the ICC profiles for tone & color. But two different printers with different ink sets are gonna be a bit different. Nature of the beast...
Two different printers, but same head exactly, and, as I understand, same ink (ultrachrome k3),same canvas just the one having green and orange (I guess it's not so "just"). I would imagine the difference would be slight and very specific, with custom made profiles. the difference is very visible.
...but aren't profiles....properly customized and tuned....supposed to get close to common tone and color from a common source?
Soft proofing....without iterative printing and adjusting....will only be as good as the profile used in soft proofing....is that correct?
Logic (mine, at least) states that using the same CMM, same rendering intent, same all of the above, same file with assigned profile would yield a... very near outcome.
CM issues on a Mac solved for both drivers
oh my, the beast. can you elaborate? I use mainly Mirage plugin for printing.
Rendering intent is perceptual in this case, but usually rel col.
My main question, for those who have experience with this, is the difference between prints made with the two printers noticeable, disturbing, or on the level of pixel peeping/nuances? subjectively speaking, of course