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    Banding sounds like an issue with the print head, not the film.
    Do you have the printer set to nozzle check and clean the head automatically?

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    also when i don't have the setting to put enough ink down it will band.

    Try and see if there is a setting for how big the droplets are, if there is increase the size a little bit to get more ink on the film, i can't be any help with that since i use a separate RIP system. Careful with this setting, it can cause bleed on the film and mess with your image quality if you put too much ink down.

    Also try doing a Power Cleaning.

    Also if the area where your printer is gets pretty hot it could be drying ink in the heads, i've had that happen before.

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    We've got a 9900 and recently switched rips. Our films started coming out smaller and had lots of banding. Size was corrected by trial-and-error upping of the print scale size. The banding was solved, counter-intuitively perhaps, by lowering ink density.

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