"Adrian thanks for the update. So it was a communication issue. Have not seen it from that, so it would be interesting to know if the cables went bad or worked loose. Glad you have it worked out, Happy CAMMing!"
"i"ve tryed to print from other computers and it was the same problem! a technician said that could be from the cable connection betwen tha mainboard and the K head! he says that the it is an electrical problem fore sure, something like a shot…"
"For what it's worth....
I've experienced a similar problem. The little artifacts only appeared directly in line with the pinch rollers for some odd reason. Cannot remember why it disappeared, but it did - by itself- eventually.
"OK more print issues
Your heads are not aligned
The nozzle test prints in 2 passes
Your second pass should be immediate over the bottom pass. If you look your are shifted to the left. It could be from a head strike. That would make it hard to have…"
"Maybe I should have explain in addition to helping you with your issue I was addressing your print issue.
Print issue: the black you are using CMYK is a mixture of CMYK - it is overflowing on the edge due to slow captop drain/wrong profile/or heat…"
"i'm using a CMYK black.
i will send you a test tomorrow from the office.
those lines appers usually in the middle zone of the printer. in fact, if the media is smaller then 700mm, they do not apper.
at the E is not the design...it is a problem!"
"The too much ink is on your graphics - a different issue than those lines. So I told you what I think it could be and you ask different questions without addressing the ones I ask. I could have told you it was not an encoder issue, that is why I did…"
"it is not too much ink. they are some lines like a nozzle test but only on black. i thought it was Sheet Linear Scale and i've chanege it but the problem is still there.
you think it it a with de pc rather than a problem with the versacam?
"Post your nozzle test
Are you using a CMYK black - too much ink and the ink is smearing?
Roll out your media roll a few feet - The lines are equally spaced and are printed under our print - if your media is clean the look at your image and depending…"