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Head Strike

Started this discussion. Last reply by Robb Berscheid Feb 21. 5 Replies

After finally getting my heads firing properly afer replacing my pump, I had what seemed to be a minor head strike.  However I have some major deflection and dropouts now.  Is there any chance of…Continue

Head height causing dropouts?

Started this discussion. Last reply by irving donaldson Feb 16. 6 Replies

Vs540i - Printer. Started day off with a test print, all was good.  Printed on adhesive vinyl for about 2 hours straight, all printed well. Switched to 18oz banner material. (approx. 5 minutes…Continue

Tags: vs540i, height, head

Vs-540i Cyan bleeding into yellow when head is capped

Started this discussion. Last reply by irving donaldson Feb 7. 24 Replies

My cyan is bleeding into my yellow when the head is capped.  A few cleanings will get rid of it, but always returns after sitting overnight.  Replaced capping station with OEM part, and also replaced…Continue

Tags: station, vs-540i, vs-640i, cap, yellow

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Robb Berscheid replied to Robb Berscheid's discussion Head Strike
"Visually looked normal. Will get new head on the way. thanks"
Feb 21
irving donaldson replied to Robb Berscheid's discussion Head Strike
"You can move the head over to the maintenance bay and physically inspect for ink or debris on the service, but I think the head is done from where I sit."
Feb 21
Robb Berscheid replied to Robb Berscheid's discussion Head Strike
"Did the head soak over the weekend, followed by 3 powerful cleanings and no improvement. Photo attached.  Would it be worth trying to push cleaning solution through?"
Feb 21
Robb Berscheid replied to Robb Berscheid's discussion Head Strike
"Thanks. I started a soak before I went home for the day. Will let soak for a few days"
Feb 17
irving donaldson replied to Robb Berscheid's discussion Head Strike
"It looks like a head.The head strike happened while the head was returning home. However, before I do the head, I would do a 48hr head soak to see if it will clear those nozzles. Follow the head soak, by at least 2 powerful cleanings - it may look…"
Feb 17
Robb Berscheid posted a discussion

Head Strike

After finally getting my heads firing properly afer replacing my pump, I had what seemed to be a minor head strike.  However I have some major deflection and dropouts now.  Is there any chance of recovering this, or is a new head in my future?See More
Feb 17
irving donaldson replied to Robb Berscheid's discussion Head height causing dropouts?
"Great to hear, thanks for the feedback! Happy CAMMing!"
Feb 16
Robb Berscheid replied to Robb Berscheid's discussion Head height causing dropouts?
"Installed new pump, cleared up in about 2 medium cleanings.!"
Feb 16
irving donaldson replied to Robb Berscheid's discussion Head height causing dropouts?
"the reason I ask for a nozzle test one at a time is because I can see if the calibration or the head alignment is off if it is by itself and straight on.  Yours should have the triangle under a slight overlap. Removing items is a good call and…"
Feb 14
Robb Berscheid replied to Robb Berscheid's discussion Head height causing dropouts?
"New cap station had new lines, spring is on the front. Lines to drain bottle are also clear.  It does suck fluid from the cap station, but i'm starting to think it may be the pump, since when I do a powerful clean it sucks very little…"
Feb 14
irving donaldson replied to Robb Berscheid's discussion Head height causing dropouts?
"Those results are normally caused by captop failure, pump failure, clogged lines. Since you changed the top - did you change the lines, is the lil spring on the front? Check to ensure the lines are cleared to the pump and from the pump. You can pour…"
Feb 14
Robb Berscheid replied to Robb Berscheid's discussion Head height causing dropouts?
"Also tried setting back to low head height and ran 2x powerful clean, and did not improve results any."
Feb 14
Robb Berscheid posted a discussion

Head height causing dropouts?

Vs540i - Printer. Started day off with a test print, all was good.  Printed on adhesive vinyl for about 2 hours straight, all printed well. Switched to 18oz banner material. (approx. 5 minutes between switching materials) Raised print head to high.  Did test print and only a handful of nozzles printed.  Did a 2x powerful clean and  3/4 started firing again. Unable to get rest to fire. Pics attached.  New captop and dampers within last 3 weeks. Never had this happen before. What could be causing…See More
Feb 14
irving donaldson replied to Robb Berscheid's discussion Vs-540i Cyan bleeding into yellow when head is capped
"No worries - The 3rd party ORings are usually the issue with installation - you did not have that issue. I do not think the OEM dampers will help you here. Put a piece of tape or something to remember to do at least one normal clean before printing.…"
Feb 7
Robb Berscheid replied to Robb Berscheid's discussion Vs-540i Cyan bleeding into yellow when head is capped
"The dampers are 3rd party.  The issued started with the OEM dampers, and I replaced with the 3rd party.  I will order in some Roland dampers as that is the only thing I haven't done yet.  I have cleaned the encoder with alcohol…"
Feb 7
irving donaldson replied to Robb Berscheid's discussion Vs-540i Cyan bleeding into yellow when head is capped
"Grey O-Rings are 3rd party and usually do not sit well. Your nozzle test shows you have no issues there. I would use alcohol to clean the encoder strip for the cross over - a normal cleaning should clear it also for temporary use."
Feb 6

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