Printer test picture: 500+ Print Test Pictures [HQ]

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Markus Spiske

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Mika Baumeister

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schooleducationwriting

prishtinanew bornshe could

blossomdaisyarrange

usaminneapolismn

Rose imagesunited statesRose images

portlandoregoninternational rose test garden

footprintprintHd orange wallpapers

donkeymanmale

australiamelbourne vicpier

Hd color wallpapersHd purple wallpapersHd blue wallpapers

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Paper backgroundsHd color wallpaperscolor management

Flower imagesHd red wallpapersHd floral wallpapers

Hd design wallpapersprintingink

baltimorelibraryBook images & photos

lee viningtest station roadmono lake – south tufa area

Hd kids wallpapersHd art wallpaperspreschool

romaniacluj-napocaMotorcycle pictures & images

minnesotastreamcreek

Nature imagesMountain images & picturesHq background images

Texture backgroundsHd pattern wallpapersprepress

schooleducationwriting

prishtinanew bornshe could

Hd design wallpapersprintingink

baltimorelibraryBook images & photos

Hd kids wallpapersHd art wallpaperspreschool

minnesotastreamcreek

Hd color wallpapersHd purple wallpapersHd blue wallpapers

Paper backgroundsHd color wallpaperscolor management

blossomdaisyarrange

portlandoregoninternational rose test garden

romaniacluj-napocaMotorcycle pictures & images

donkeymanmale

australiamelbourne vicpier

Texture backgroundsHd pattern wallpapersprepress

–––– –––– –––– – –––– – –––– –– – –– –––– – – –– ––– –– –––– – –.

Flower imagesHd red wallpapersHd floral wallpapers

usaminneapolismn

Rose imagesunited statesRose images

lee viningtest station roadmono lake – south tufa area

footprintprintHd orange wallpapers

Nature imagesMountain images & picturesHq background images

schooleducationwriting

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Printer Test Image – FREE Download!

This page is a collection of printer test pages and printer test images, including a printer color test image and a print test page black and white.

There are many more printer evaluation images images freely available on the web, but these are a selection of the best available.

If you want a test printer image then check out any of those below.

Print any one or all of them as a color test print, then use the accompanying notes to determine if your printer is properly calibrated.

Color Printer Test Page

This color printer test page is based on images created by Bill Atkinson and a freeware image from Photodisc (which is available separately below).

As with any picture to test your printer, you need to know what each part of the image is testing, for the printer test page to be of any use.

I would look for:

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  • A smooth transition from black to gray to white in the gray ramp.
  • As the gray squares have a more distinct tonal value, you can much more easily see any tonal shifts away from pure gray.
  • You can determine your printers white point and black point from the bottom row. Note that the white point on the far right accounts for printers that add a Chroma Optimizer.
  • The test color print gamut ramps show up any banding as well as any issues with color accuracy – you should check that the red, green and blue is actually that. Most printers show some banding, so this isn’t a problem unless severe, or there is an inversion, where brightness shows variable levels as the color gets more saturated.
  • The RGB test image should show good separation between the colors, with no bleeding into adjacent squares.
  • The four people are useful for checking skin tones. This should be very obvious to you if it is incorrect. In particular, watch out for the skin tones going too yellow / green or blue.
  • The image of the rock arch actually has a slightly cyan sky. This is very useful for checking color shifts, but make sure to always check it against your calibrated monitor.
  • The trees show a lot of fine detail, in addition to giving a burst of bright yellow.
  • The electronics are useful for shadow detail. The black square in the top-right helps you set a black point if you are using a colorimeter.
  • The strawberries help you see if the reds are printing properly. It’s always easier to see this with a real object, as you can quickly tell whether the strawberries look edible or not!
  • The high saturation of this sunset image may cause some banding on your print. This is very useful to see the real world banding experience.
  • The rock has plenty of shadow detail, and a bronze highlight. Cheaper printers often display this bronze color as more green or yellow.
  • This black and white image displays a full gradation of tones from white to black, betting showing you how this is handled on a real image.

High Resolution Color Print Test Image

This printer color test image is from Photodisc, now owned by Getty, and was released under a freeware licence, so you are free to use this as you wish for a test print image.

This is an excellent printer calibration test image because it really covers every real-world situation you might find yourself printing, and can be used as both a laser printer test image and an inkjet printer test image.

It helps to know what each part of the image is testing in your printer check image. You can use the explanation below to help you understand this:

  • Middle Section
    • The yellows in the sunflower should be bright and distinct from the yellow of the lemon below it.
    • The vase holding the sunflower should have good saturated blues.
    • The shadow areas of the fruit should display correctly, with no problem tones.
    • The cactus and the sunflower leaves should show a rich range of greens.
    • The binocular case has deep brown tones that transition well into the darker areas.
    • The robot has bright, saturated colors that still show detail, as do the colored beads.
    • The elephant shows good detail in the colored saddle, with no bleeding from the blacks.
    • The optically brightened golf balls should have cool blue highlights.
    • The purple tapestry and the sand in the fish bowl should have deep purple tones with plenty of detail.
  • Right Hand Side
    • There is a smooth gray transition in the gray ramp, with no banding or breaks.
  • Bottom – Faces
    • Skin tone in both the highlighted and shadow areas should look natural, especially the difficult pink skin tones in the second face, and the areas where the skin transitions into the hair on the third face.
    • Dark areas in the hair of the first model should show detail without going to pure black.
  • Overall
    • There should be a good range of varying warm highlights in most areas.
    • Pay attention that the tint of the shadows in each box is subtly affected by the contents of each box.
    • Colors all match what you see on your monitor (assuming you have a color calibrated monitor).

Fuji Printer Color Test Chart

The below image was produced by Fuji for calibrating their printers, although it does have issues with the color space – look at the color of the sky for example and you will see that it is more purple than blue.

Nonetheless, this image is included for completeness, but should not be relied upon on it’s own. Although it is not as useful as a printer color test chart, it can be useful for checking monitor calibration however.

Printer Resolution Test

Color Printer Test Image – Full-Sized Image
Color Print Test Image PDF – PDF for CMYK Colors

It’s important to run a printer resolution test to determine how good your printer is at picking out individual details.

The following printer test image PDF is courtesy of cream.sourceforge.net.

This can be downloaded as a PDF for CMYK colors to be used as a color test page, or as a full size jpg.

Black and White Test Print

If you’re looking to print a test page in black and white, then there are several excellent resources to help you.

Keith Cooper at Northlight Images has several monochrome printer test pages, including the one on the right.

Norman Koren also has a number of excellent black and white printer test charts, such as this one.

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Printer Test Online – Genie – Computer Repair

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These documents will allow you to check the print quality of your printer online right on the site, clean the print head online and identify defects in printouts. Select a test document depending on which printer you are using.

Online color printer test

Most often in the modern computer world, most of the problems are caused by inkjet color printers. The reason is that they use ink for printing, which, at the slightest opportunity, strives to dry out and the printer begins to skip one or more colors or streak. If you don’t know what printer you have – firstly, if the printer is color, with a probability of 90% it is inkjet and uses liquid ink if there are containers for liquid ink on the side of the printer or if the size of the cartridge is comparable in size to a couple of matchboxes. If the cartridge is large and more comparable in size to an old video cassette, then this is a laser printer.
If you do not use your inkjet printer at least once every two weeks, the print head may dry out. Use the online printer test below to see how well your printer prints.

We have prepared an A4-sized ultra-high resolution test image. At a resolution of 300 pixels per inch, the image size is 2480 by 3508 pixels.
The picture is available uncompressed and compressed as you wish to download it.
Printing must be done at the maximum image quality selected in the printer settings.

Open test page, uncompressed PDF, approx. 100 mb

Open test page, PDF with ZIP compression, approx. 24 MB

Open test page, PNG without compression, about 51 mb

Open test page, PNG with compression, about 6 mb

Laser printer check online

99% of household black and white printers are laser printers. We also met inkjet ones, Epson does, but this is rather an exception that proves the rule. A laser printer uses a laser beam to magnetize a roller, which, heated by an oven, transfers hot powder (toner) to a sheet of paper. Unlike inkjet printers with conventional cartridges, the resource of this printer is 2-3 thousand prints per cartridge refill, there are models for 15,000+ prints. These printers are very afraid of all kinds of paper clips, which, along with a sheet of paper, slip all sorts of employees of all kinds of accounting departments. Sometimes photodrums wear out, sometimes the stove (heating element) fails. You can use the test sheet to test your black and white laser printer online.

Test sheet contains the basic elements for testing a laser printer online. Here is a rectangular black area on which unprinted toner is visible, and text, and a gradient area. As a result of full-sheet image prints, you can check the print quality of your laser printer.

Open test page, PDF with ZIP compression, approx. 4 mb

Open test page, PNG with compression, about 1 mb

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Laser printer test page tables. How to test the quality of inkjet ink at home. Printing a test page without a PC

Testing the finished product is one of the most important tasks in the manufacture of remanufactured cartridges. The amount of marriage that is inevitable in any work and, accordingly, the amount of money lost depends largely on how correctly this operation is staged.

Laser printer cartridges are often tested by printing the printer’s built-in demo or configuration page. This method is very simple and allows you to see catastrophic defects with which the cartridge cannot be returned to the client. But there are a number of problems that simply cannot be seen in this way.

(pdf, 435KB) will identify most existing and potential problems in remanufactured monochrome cartridges. Each of these pages has its own functional purpose. Also, for correct diagnostics, the order of pages in a series is of great importance. The series pages are designed for use in printers that print A4 in portrait orientation, i.e. short edge forward.

Main purpose of the first page in the series is to measure print density and background level in accordance with ASTM F2036
. To do this, there are five black and four white squares on the page. We will not tell here how to measure these quantities correctly, because There is a text for this. We only note that measurements require a densitometer with a division value of 0.001, immediately before printing this page, at least 10 pages with 5% coverage must be printed, and the measurement data must be averaged taking into account the logarithmic nature of the densitometer readings. For those who do not need or have access to densitometer measurements, this page gives an overall visual evaluation of the print, including the print quality of text at various sizes, halftone reproduction, and the presence of conspicuous print defects.

Next page in series « blank
“. Its purpose is visual detection of defects such as “ black on white
” (black on white defects – BOW). On this page, the background, dark stripes, dots and spots are clearly visible, as well as the repetition of the image from the previous page. In order to be able to see the repeat, and also to avoid “false alarms”, such as toner smudges, which are often “skimmed” from various printer components by the first sheet passed through the printer, this page comes second in the series.

Further, after a blank page, a page with a solid black fill is printed
. On this page, defects like “ white on black” are clearly visible.
“(white on black defects – WOB) – light stripes of dots and spots. Also, on this page, you can determine the uniformity of the solid fill, the quality of fixing (rub the page with your finger), and whether the “fluidity” of the toner used is sufficient. Toner with insufficient “fluidity” on this page gives a characteristic lightening of the print through a distance equal to the circumference of the magnetic shaft (developer shaft) from the leading edge of the sheet to the trailing edge. An example is shown below. If this page is the first in a series, or pages with high page coverage are printed before it, then this pattern can often be seen with normal toner. Therefore, its location immediately after a blank page makes practical sense.

Insufficient “fluidity” of the toner (the strip width per rotation of the magnetic roller at the top of the page is darker)
over the entire area of ​​the sheet and allows the magnetic roller (developing roller) to collect enough toner after the previous “malevich” for normal printing of the fifth page – a solid gray fill.

On page with gray fill
very well visible defects in the doctor blade (longitudinal light stripes), unstable contacts or beating of the rotating components of the cartridge (alternating light and dark transverse stripes), as well as defects such as “ black on black
“(black on black defects – BOB), which are associated with the accumulation of static charge on the components of the cartridge, or with damage to the magnetic roller (developer roller), PCR, drum. Below are some typical defects that can only be seen on a page with a gray fill.

Unstable contact of the magnetic roller (transverse light stripes).

Using the latest page for early charge roller diagnostics
has already been described in the PCR article. Again, one or two faint repetitions of the letter “G” in the gray boxes is normal, more clearly visible repetitions at an interval equal to the circumference of the drum, indicates a problem with the charge roller (in rare cases with the drum). Again, in order to avoid “false alarms”, the drum must make a sufficient number of charge-discharge cycles before printing such a page, respectively, the location of this page is the last in the series is not accidental. Also on this page you can often see repetitions with an interval of the magnetic roller, indicating the inability of the system to fully restore the required amount of toner on the magnetic roller. More than two such distinct repetitions on a page are usually an additional signal to replace the magnetic roller sheath and doctor blade, but may also indicate the use of the wrong toner.

    You can use a USB hub to connect a large number of test printers to your computer at the same time. Currently, there is a wide range of such devices available at affordable prices. It is important that the hub and connection cables comply with the USB2.0 specification.

    If a check is installed in the cartridges, then to check it is necessary to pour the toner directly onto the magnetic roller and evenly distribute it over the surface. To do this, it is convenient to use a funnel with a narrow neck TOOL—SC-TPS90
    , which is screwed on toner bottles manufactured by SCC. The proposed test series of pages in terms of coverage is equivalent to approximately 38 pages with 5% coverage, i.e. its printing consumes 0.7 – 1.5 g of toner. A test dose of about 2 g of toner is sufficient for testing, and 3-5 black pages sent after printing the test almost completely removes the toner from the magnetic roller.

    If a chip is installed on the cartridge, in order to prevent the test printer from writing various information to the chip, installation of a new chip must be done AFTER the test

    , and when testing on the cartridge, either the old chip or the chip must be removed. The error message on the printer will need to be reset in this case.

To check the print quality of printers in our laboratory, a special set of tests has been developed, used in various combinations, depending on the type and class of the printer.

For testing monochrome and color laser printers, the complex looks like this:

1. Print speed.
Where applicable, the printer’s print speed is measured using the Xerox recommended 5% coverage sample (PDF Sample ).

A job is sent to the printer from several copies of the above document (to improve accuracy usually 2N + 1 or 3N + 1 copies, where N is the manufacturer’s declared print speed), then the first print out time is subtracted from the result, and then the “net” print speed is calculated.

2. A set of control fonts.
You can get the original file in Corel Draw CDR vector format.

3. Universal test set of vector elements.
Especially for testing color laser printers in raster gradient modules of each color, a 512-step fill is used. Radial lines serve to check the quality of the combination of yellow (Yellow) and turquoise (Cyan) colors for the synthesis of green shades. Center 9A 0-point star is placed with a 1 pt thick helix. The original file in Corel Draw CDR vector format can be obtained

4. IT8 Reference Target
for a comprehensive check of the print quality of raster images. The printed image in TIFF format is posted

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Three types of test pages are used to assess the quality of inkjet ink
: TF1, TF2 and TF3.

Test page TF1
is used to test the quality of color inks. It allows you to analyze the ability of ink to produce accurate color reproduction of shades and midtones.

Sample TF1 test files

The TF1 test page is printed on standard A4 paper. It is a combination of monochrome and color images, multi-colored square “dice” and areas with a gradient fill from zero to one hundred percent.

Using the TF1 test page, you can objectively evaluate the color reproduction of any one inkjet ink, as well as organize comparative testing of several types of ink.

To determine the color quality of the inkjet inks, the resulting TF1 test pages are digitized using a color scanner. The resulting files are used to determine the RGB components in certain areas of the page. To do this, using the graphics editor Adobe Photoshop, the result of the transfer of the primary colors of the ink is recorded, and the resulting data is entered into the color table. The resulting table allows you to determine the coefficient of correct reproduction of ink of various colors and shades. This coefficient is calculated by the formula:

Correctness factor formula

The lower the color and tone fidelity ratio, the more accurate color reproduction will be provided by inkjet printer inks.

Inkjet color quality test results in a graph where we plot distance on the x-axis and pixel values ​​on the y-axis. We connect the dots and get a single line, the dips and peaks on which indicate an unbalanced color reproduction. If dips and peaks are absent, then the color reproduction is balanced. The recommended range of RGB values ​​should not exceed 255.

The next test page that is used to evaluate the quality of the ink jet is the TF2 page.

TF2 test page

TF2 test page
is a PDF file consisting of several groups of elements, which, in turn, include six independent parts, arranged vertically and horizontally. The groups of elements of the TF2 test page are numbered, with each previous element slightly larger than the next. The print quality of the smallest elements of the test page determines the resolution of the ink jet.

The TF2 test pages are used to test monochrome and color inkjet inks. TF2 pages are printed on A4 paper. In this case, when testing monochrome inks, standard office paper is used, and when testing color inks, photographic paper is used.

The third type of test pages are TF3 files used to determine the quality of monochrome black ink.

As a rule, immediately after purchasing a new printer, users need to check it for quality. To check the quality and performance of the printer, there are special test pages. In addition, these same sheets can also be used to clean the print head, which is prone to clogging over time.

The test page is a special image for checking the black and white or color printing of the printer, which you just need to print on your device.

To use the test page, select the desired image in the article, right-click on it and select “Open image in a new tab”

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The screen will display the picture in full size, on which you need to right-click and select item “Save picture as”

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Next, connect your printer to your computer, installing the necessary drivers if necessary, and then turn it on. Right-click on the saved image and select “Print”. In the window that appears, select your printer and start printing.

Image 1: To check the print quality of tri-color systems (also used to clean the print head)

Image 2: To check the print quality of four-color systems

Image 3: To check the print quality of six-color systems

Image 4: To check the print quality of black and white and color photographs

Image 5: To check the print quality of portraits and other shots with faces

Image 6: To check the print quality of the black print head.