|Q. The nail is completely covered by
the image on the screen, why didn't the sides of the nail
print? Why is tip of the long sloped nails not as vibrant as
the rest of the nail?
A: To help understand what
is happening, think about your office printer and how it
prints on a flat sheet of paper. Now think of a camera and how
it sees things in one dimension. Considering that your typical
nail is not completely flat and there are curves to it in one
direction or another, the portion of the nail that is the
flattest and closest to the ink cartridge will get the most
Experiment with widening and lengthening
the image on the edit screen before printing. This will
instruct the Nail Fashion Printer to print where it may not have been
able to before.
Q. I do not have a steady clientele, do I
have to add every client that comes through the
A: No. A "Walk-In" client option is
already set up for you that you could select for customers
that do not come in on a regular basis.
regular clients, adding them into your Client Selection will
give them the personal palette when selecting art. It's a
great place to keep addresses and phone numbers when you want
to contact your clients for promotions or new
Q. Is it necessary
to apply all of the different coatings in the correct
A: Yes, the Base Coat acts as a primer/
The Canvas Coat tells the printer where to print/ The Image
Receptive Coating (IRC) acts like paper for the ink/ The Top
Coat seals & protects the image.
Q. How do I
print traditional French style nails with the white
A: Paint the white Canvas Coat over
While in the 'Create French' window,
select any nail color (other than white) and leave the
tip color blank.
Q. How do I clear a client's
A: That option is not