Debbie Turner
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SP-300V Yellow printing Red

Started this discussion. Last reply by irving donaldson Jul 14. 5 Replies

Removing Quick Print

Started this discussion. Last reply by Dennis Dunning May 27, 2014. 7 Replies

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irving donaldson replied to Debbie Turner's discussion SP-300V Yellow printing Red
"No problem Debbie. Not using it a lot is a problem, especially for an older machine. The cap will dry out and get spots that have to soften up for the ink to be pulled into the dampers. So in addition to seeing your cross colors you should be…"
Jul 14
Debbie Turner replied to Debbie Turner's discussion SP-300V Yellow printing Red
"I cleaned the strip again.. and then ran a test with big blocks of yellow and it looks like it is working now.. Thanks! The cap is older than that, so if I have any more problems I will swap it out.  We don't use the printer a whole…"
Jul 14
irving donaldson replied to Debbie Turner's discussion SP-300V Yellow printing Red
"Yes your captop is how old? They are rated for 6mos. Your machine should easily get 1 year, but if your answer is over that then the pump cannot pull the ink into the head and thus colors are crossing. Only clean the strip with alcohol!"
Jul 14
Debbie Turner replied to Debbie Turner's discussion SP-300V Yellow printing Red
"I have half a cart of yellow ink.  I cleaned the encoder strip, but it doesn't seem to be getting any better.  Any other ideas on things to try?"
Jul 14
irving donaldson replied to Debbie Turner's discussion SP-300V Yellow printing Red
"heads require ink, if the top prevents it from pulling the correct color it will pull the closest color. So you will see that on the red/yellow or blue/black. The only other way it happens is from a dirty encoder strip."
Jul 13
Debbie Turner posted a discussion

SP-300V Yellow printing Red

Hi Everyone,I have a question as I have never seen this before.Yesterday I was not getting any color from either red/yellow.  I did a bunch of cleanings and I have the red back and part of the yellow.  But I have red coming thru on the yellow.  Should I just keep cleaning it or should I be replacing the cap?In the pictures the worst one is the most recent.Thanks for the help.DebbieSee More
Jul 12
Dennis Dunning replied to Debbie Turner's discussion Removing Quick Print
"I agree with John. Sol Opaque is damn near impossible to remove because it gooey, stretches and melts when heated, unlike Quick Print which can be removed with a little practice and care."
May 27, 2014
John replied to Debbie Turner's discussion Removing Quick Print
"This is an older thread but here is what I have done in the past.  Hopefully you got it worked out.  I have used a heat gun in the past to remove vinyl when I am redoing the design.  Usually on cut vinyl though.  Sol Opaq is a…"
May 26, 2014
Rick Syryda replied to Debbie Turner's discussion Removing Quick Print
"Re print the same logo with corrected colors, apply over the old."
May 23, 2014
Rick Leader replied to Debbie Turner's discussion Removing Quick Print
"It's kind of a touchy "repair" with the material substrate your using. Did the customer require a pantone match to begin with. We have not had a lot of great results doing this with tee shirts. It's expensive but we would most…"
May 1, 2014
Dennis Dunning replied to Debbie Turner's discussion Removing Quick Print
"Use the methyl chloride in a well ventilated area."
Apr 30, 2014
CYW replied to Debbie Turner's discussion Removing Quick Print
"Just to add to what Butch said, use the meth initially from the back of the tablecloth to help reduce any ink running onto and staining the tablecloth. (Lay it over a bowl)If you accidently get color on the front, a high force spot gun should…"
Apr 29, 2014
Butch replied to Debbie Turner's discussion Removing Quick Print
"You can use a hi temp heat gun ( Craftsman Harbor Freight Home Depot etc.) to remove the  decal then use methylene chloride remove glue residue. Any remaining residue can be removed by laying a piece of transfer mask over the area press at 320…"
Apr 29, 2014
Debbie Turner posted a discussion

Removing Quick Print

Hey everyone,I have a very expensive white table cloth ($135) that I put a Quick Print logo onto.  The customer doesn't like the color on one portion of the design (although they approved the artwork).  Is there anyway to get that piece off so I can print that portion again?  I'm scared to use the chemicals as they usually bleed and the tablecloth is white.  I saw in one post someone used a heat gun to pull the vinyl up.  Do you think this is possible?  Do you just use one of the cheap craft…See More
Apr 29, 2014
CYW replied to Debbie Turner's discussion What material is used for Stahl's CAD-PRINTZ Express Print
"Maybe I should also add, that I have no clue if you can or you can't order Express from IW But I can tell you, without hesitation, these 2 substrates aren't the same......they didnt just change the name to confuse you Ah, maybe…"
Aug 22, 2012
CYW replied to Debbie Turner's discussion What material is used for Stahl's CAD-PRINTZ Express Print
"I guess I still don't understand, Debbie Express Print is Express print Quickprint is Quickprint They are definitely not the same If you want to order Express Print, like we do, you can order it from Stahls"
Aug 22, 2012

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Hometown: Please include City & State
Rio Rancho, NM
Core Business
Embroidery
Your Position
President
Website:
http://thepromowizard.com
Type of Printer/Cutter if owned:
Roland SP-300V
Type of Heat Press if owned:
Hotronix

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At 2:28pm on June 11, 2009, Candy Mattingly said…
hay its candy from Alaska. you were asking steven about doing rhinestones. and now i am interested. did you ever try it and were do you get the rhinestones from?
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candy
At 7:02pm on February 2, 2009, Steven Jackson said…
Debbie,
Welcome to Garmentua! If there is anything I can try to help and answer, please let me know. I like your web page and how you can customize online. Very nice setup. It was good talking with you on the phone the other day also. Look at the blog entry for information on the last Versacamm class and some of the many items you can do with it.

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