"i have a older vs and as irving keeps quite rightly mentioning the cap top. whether its genuine or not is it actually sealing so allowing the pump to suck correctly, are both springs seated correctly the small spring is very important to aide…"
"not the easiest to do with vw i do it a lot on different rip..
disable centre graphics.
set up a row or two of the graphics in your graphics program create a box around them say 4 mm away
create two files from the same lay out with out moving…"
"i find the standard gloss vinyl 2b or 3 profile with sign and display just fine some times trip to high quality.
never done it but think within vw profile management is a special way to pack and transport the old profiles to a new computer."
"the difference between blue and green is the blue is cyan and magenta and the green is cyan and yellow so is your magenta firing correctly.
i thought that the pro3 had a upgrade to intelligent print pass. to help stop this print pattern. this looks…"
"just a thought as you have used a old motherboard from a earlier machine is the pump settings been altered to match the type of pump fitted presuming the 300 can use the newer style pump.
other thing is the head missing the spit sponge and not…"
" Do you mean uncheck 'use embedded ICC......yes so it vw uses the vw profile not one that might be embedded in the pdf..
i am no expert on this but from experience customer has assigned a rich black which in some…"
"oh the joy off customer ready art work..
could try opening in your corel and saving as a eps to go to vw
in vw make sure that in
preset = what you normally use
specify profile - is not ticked "
"from what i see in that test print is the black cyan head is near the end of its usefulness as the black has to many defections.
the yellow looks to be contaminated by the magenta which may requires a new cap top + possible pipe work + possible pump…"
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