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Time for a new print head?

Started this discussion. Last reply by Dennis Dunning yesterday. 15 Replies

It appears that we need a new head that prints black on our SP540i. Yes?I contacted Roland to buy a new head was told that "Replacing the print head is a service-level operation requiring a certified…Continue

Printer not connected

Started this discussion. Last reply by CYW Mar 9. 20 Replies

I have seen this topic in other posts but no definitive answer as to why the printer "not connected" issue would appear when it wasn't there several days before.Background:The printer is a VersaCAMM…Continue

VersaWorks 6.0.1

Started this discussion. Last reply by CYW Jan 15. 12 Replies

I just installed VersaWorks 6.0.1 on a new Windows 10 PC. It recognized my SP-540i and displays the ink status. However, above the ink status message is "Setup incomplete" with a amber triangle with…Continue

VersaWorks 6

Started this discussion. Last reply by Dennis Dunning Feb 26. 6 Replies

Has anyone ugraded from VersaWorks to VersaWorks 6 and, if so, was it worth the effort?Continue

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irving donaldson replied to Dennis Dunning's discussion VersaWorks 250 copy limit
"Go to The Roland Site - rolanddga.com and search for Print & Cut Accuracy"
6 hours ago
irving donaldson replied to Dennis Dunning's discussion VersaWorks 250 copy limit
"Great to tag old post, much better to start a new one - harder to find the new post hidden among the old post - so here is what Dennis was asking and what Steve was mentioning on accuracy.  Lets Say you need 300, and 250 is the limit - You can…"
7 hours ago
Oryan Kochavi replied to Dennis Dunning's discussion VersaWorks 250 copy limit
"The link is broken and I tried finding the info by browsing all the past tips but no luck. Can anyone share their tips. We need to print 300 - 1000 individually unique stickers regularly. Thanks, Ori"
9 hours ago
Dennis Dunning replied to Dennis Dunning's discussion Time for a new print head?
"When the printer is running, I'm making money. Thank you, thank you, thank you."
yesterday
irving donaldson replied to Dennis Dunning's discussion Time for a new print head?
"LOL Dennis, thanks for being a gracious host/client! Glad to hear you had hours of endless printing with satisfaction after."
yesterday
Dennis Dunning replied to Dennis Dunning's discussion Time for a new print head?
"For those of you who may be following this thread, Irv replaced the head the prints black and our SP540i is printing like new. Well done Irv."
yesterday
irving donaldson replied to Dennis Dunning's discussion Time for a new print head?
"See you in the AM"
Wednesday
Dennis Dunning replied to Dennis Dunning's discussion Time for a new print head?
"Still having an issue. That attached dragon and text is supposed to be all black. It has red along some of the edges, just like what happened on the banner. IMG_4368.JPG"
Wednesday
Dennis Dunning replied to Dennis Dunning's discussion Time for a new print head?
"Print-cut looks good. Doing test print."
Wednesday
Dennis Dunning replied to Dennis Dunning's discussion Time for a new print head?
"Bi-directional alignment is spot on. Adjusting print-cut. Just a little off."
Wednesday
Dennis Dunning replied to Dennis Dunning's discussion Time for a new print head?
"Irv,I was out this afternoon and just got back. I want grab a quick bite to eat and then will run tests.Dennis"
Tuesday
irving donaldson replied to Dennis Dunning's discussion Time for a new print head?
"Need to know if I am heading your way in the morning?"
Tuesday
irving donaldson replied to Dennis Dunning's discussion Time for a new print head?
"bi, and calibrations - the standard in user mode"
Tuesday
Dennis Dunning replied to Dennis Dunning's discussion Time for a new print head?
"To be sure I understand, the other tests you would like me to do are which?"
Tuesday
irving donaldson replied to Dennis Dunning's discussion Time for a new print head?
"Actually no.  Although the head was registered, that looks like a registration issue. Remember the test I showed you, that is the bias and corrects that. Ensure your all of your other test are done and correct and print a smaller example of…"
Tuesday
Dennis Dunning replied to Dennis Dunning's discussion Time for a new print head?
"Irv, I printed a banner this afternoon and was pleased that solid black areas printed nicely and without the banding that I had been getting. However, there was overspray in some areas. I attached a printed letter from the banner. The yellow arrows…"
Tuesday

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Poughquag, NY
Core Business
Embroidery
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Partner
Website:
http://www.embroideryd.com
Type of Printer/Cutter if owned:
VersaCamm SP 540i
Type of Heat Press if owned:
Hotronix Fusion

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Thank you to Steven Jackson

Posted on November 16, 2011 at 8:44pm 1 Comment

This is a public thank you to Steven Jackson for teaching me something new about color management in VersaWorks today.

Visual perception of white

Posted on November 14, 2011 at 8:40am 11 Comments

I wanted to share something that I never noticed before about the color white printed using RVW-BK01A (a Roland VersaWorks white) on our SP-540i (a CMYK machine).  I had a design with white in it that I printed it on Quick Print.  I printed some of white using RVW-BK01A and other parts without it, in other words, I let the Quick Print be the white color.  The RVW-BK01A white printed with a little black ink in it and, much to my surprise, it looked whiter than the white of the Quick Print,…

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Glue line

Posted on September 14, 2011 at 12:53pm 2 Comments

During a car wrap workshop in May, Steven Jackson explained that calendered vinyl is more prone to shrinking than cast vinyl and that shrinking can produce a glue line, also known in the vernacular, as a snot line.  How bad could it be I asked Steven with some trepidation?  He said it depended, among other things, on the size and age of the material.  As luck would have it, we recently installed a sign on on a store-front window next to a round vinyl sign that was about 3 1/2 feet in diameter… Continue

Banner fade after 1 year

Posted on September 10, 2011 at 8:23am 6 Comments

There have occasionally been questions about coloring fading in banners.  Attached is a photo of a banner (12' x 4.5') that we installed last September in southeast New York 100_0741.JPG and the same banner a year later banner%20fade2.jpg.  The material was 13 oz. Jet Flex.  The… Continue

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At 1:04pm on April 11, 2010, Steven Jackson said…
Dennis,
You beat me!

Welcome to MyVersacamm! I hope that you find some useful information in one of our forums or on one of the blogs. Please let me know if there are any questions that I can help answer for you.

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At 7:41pm on April 10, 2010, Vicki Dunning said…
Hey Dr. D. Welcome to MyVersacamm! (Did I beat Steven?)
 
 
 

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