We have a big problem with our machine. We have a roland SP540-i, use roland versaworks for ripping/printing and corel draw x5 for exporting as *.eps.

The problem is that the printed dimensions aren't mathcing the size in the file.

For example: I have a rectangle in corel with the following dimenssions: 40 cm x 30 cm; I export it as .eps, rip, print and when the final product is ready if I measure it, it has 39 cm x 30 cm or something like that. Anyone has an ideea what is wrong?

Thank you so much for taking the time to read this.

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Thanks for the feedback, but I will be remiss if I did not point a few things that will help others.

-Those settings are for your machine and not universal across the board

- Due to your printouts being striated - you will be doing a lot of calibrations guessing

- When reporting conditions to be evaluated - you have to report the image as it comes out of the machine If you print a portrait image landscape and when it comes out you orient it the correct way - you cannot say the width is off when it is actually the height (not that is what happened here but feed adjusts height not width

Glad you have a solution - Happy CAMMing!


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