I need help. New for me. Even though I’ve printed long lengths of media before, I’ve always done it with vectors that I was able to set up in Corel. This time, however, I have a bitmap pattern that I…Continue
This subject isn't my strong point, so bear with me.I just sent the cable guy away.He came to install a new modem. Before he touched anything, I asked him if my IP numbers would change.He said, YES,…Continue
"To emphasize/clarify what Butch said.......if you make sure you change the heater control setting to Default Media (not default Printer setting).......you shouldn’t need to fool with manually changing your heater settings. Versaworks will take…"
"Hope your right, the color contamination (above) looks like captops may need to be changed. But for what’s it worth, my bet is on those 3rd party inks. Can’t tell you how many people, on this forum alone, go along just fine and…"
"Roland used to make a fabulous 100% paper backed Poly fabric that was definitely printable. The only downside was that the edges needed to be sewn and you had to double print to get a more vibrant color reproduction. I haven’t seen the product…"
Thank you so much. I have learned alot from all of you already and as a newbie to print and cut I can use it. I have done vinyl cutting for 4 years and love it and this will be such an asset to wall vinyl designs that we do. I got my new machine on thursday and spent today trying to get cutlines on a large mural and found it had been put into I think vector with alot of cut lines and not just an outline of an object so I am trying to figure out if there is a way to weld things within the mural without having to do all individual objects or even where weld is in Corel. I use another program to weld so this is the long way of doing it but I love it. Anyhow I look forward to being apart of this blog. Pat
Thanks for the invite. I have been looking for a group of like minded Roland folks. I have designed and ran my products on VersaCamm's as well as Pro III's over the years (8+). I am consulting for a company that is new to digital applications (they screen print vinyls and acrylic). They recently purchased a VersaCamm SP-540i and are pleased with the results thus far. During my last onsite visit to their manufacturing facilty this past week they were experimenting printing on seat grade vinyl. All looked good except when they were printing warm and cool grays (a digital industry issue it always seems). Trying to remotely help them as they move forward and am looking for general suggetions. I've always done gray adjustments on calendared vinyls using "tested swatches" This seat grade vinyl seems to be presenting a challenge because of not having a specific profile for the media. Anyway I'm hunting for ideas. Best, Wally