My only experience of a â€˜wetâ€™ print (Epson 3800, also adjustable) was one particular image on one particular gloss paper, and a little extra time between printhead passes wouldnâ€™t have helped (the dark red/black areas remained wet for several minutes after coming out) ... but I suppose the manufactures must have built in this function for some good reason.
Looking at your previous post, the printhead shouldnâ€™t touch the paper if itâ€™s completely flat, and if it was the printhead, clearly the scratches will be across
the paper, at 90 degrees to the direction of paper travel.
argentico wrote:Should this affect the quality/appearing of prints?
I canâ€™t see why it should â€“ the paper moving and the printhead passing are quite separate events. All I can suggest is you try slowing it down, and see what happens.
Have you tried a different paper?