How to find color challenges when printing a black object using CMYK

How to find color challenges when printing a black object using CMYK

This is a great example of how a file can affect our ability to print a black and white image. This also shows what happens if we convert a file so it's only using black ink. 
https://drive.google.com/file/d/13JwKe6Le59QQGdRpHEAdDhOQg6HkP03w/view?usp=sharing



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