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Best white profile

Started this discussion. Last reply by Steven Jackson - Admin Feb 25, 2013. 3 Replies

OK so who has the best white profile please.sort of okish with the SP-CLT clear but think there is better out there thanks sorry VS540Continue

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chris wool replied to Lawrence DeMonaco's discussion SP540v Cut Calibration
"think todd has suggested something also page 88 89 90  user mode  why did you change the encoder"
Sep 10
chris wool replied to Lawrence DeMonaco's discussion SP540v Cut Calibration
"Cutting position in the carriage moving direction is detected by theMotor Encoder while the printing position is detected by the EncoderScale. The Encoder Scale expands and contracts depending on theenvironment (temperature & humidity), and it…"
Sep 7
chris wool replied to brad brondstater's discussion colors not printing correctly
"need to see  nozzel test print before we can comment further please"
Sep 7
chris wool replied to Lawrence DeMonaco's discussion SP540v Cut Calibration
"is this print and cut or print laminate then cut. looking at one picture shows the knife not getting back to its starting point indicating the material is not staying flat as its cut. possibly also the blade and blade holder poor just my view but…"
Sep 7
chris wool replied to PANAGIOTIS KOSTOUROS's discussion Duplicate settings
"you could set up queue A to be one set of settings and queue B another so when you want a particular settings place in the relevant can alter the settings for one offs but when you reload a file at a latter date the original pre set…"
Sep 7
chris wool replied to Micheal C's discussion im back again!! VP540 Problems need insight
"understand your frustration but no need for f words . could be 1001 things but data flow springs to mind  things like available memory and disk space when ripping, screen savers and computer power management. examine the data cables from the…"
Aug 26
chris wool replied to Donovan's discussion Wrong colors and black drag marks Express Print
"don't think that half of the black cyn head will recover and certainly will not help banding in its present state. idea to check the damper flow is to print at a lot slower speed and put a delay in between passes if available. the streaking i…"
Aug 26
chris wool replied to Danny's discussion Ink Colours Bleeding
"at first glance looks like poor material choice. have you tried the same file on other material. failing that need nozzel check print and which profile + material are you using."
Aug 21
chris wool replied to Katelyn Moore's discussion Roland VG 540 Not printing complete lines
"might be as simple as the pdf or eps file needs a small border set around the artwork can be set in the art program or inside versaworks"
Aug 21
chris wool replied to Bev Martin's discussion sp-300v feed calibration
"you should be using the print calibration in the printer user menu and are you pressing enter to save it after adjusting the value. other things that cause poor test prints. rubber on the pinch wheel de-laminating - leaving the media on a hot bed…"
Jul 22
chris wool replied to Edric Ferdinands's discussion BN-20 printing dark colours on clear vinyl using a white ink base
"from experience i have never got to empty a white cart and always seam to change them with probably 20% left because the ink has gone weak despite shaking and extra re circulations. when this happens the print does not seam to dry as quickly and…"
Jul 20
chris wool replied to Edric Ferdinands's discussion BN-20 printing dark colours on clear vinyl using a white ink base
"i think its from over inking that particular  media. if you think the white is not as opaque as earlier this may be due to lack of agitation presuming all nossels firing. most printable media only likes around 300% ink max at a guess you are…"
Jul 20
chris wool replied to Mary Redman's discussion Grey printing pink
"i know it does not solve your grey problem but i would have printed them on silver or lt grey vinyl in the first place looks smoother. nossel test would help and the roland swatch is the way to go but the swatch must be printed with the same…"
Jul 12
chris wool replied to Pedro Toro's discussion VS540 Ink Levels
"not uncommon for that model to have bits of damaged label stuck in the slot worth a look. could weigh a empty cart and compare to a full to see as a guide how much left before you put a new one in.  "
Jun 7
chris wool replied to David Docuyanan's discussion Speed setting
"up speed is what you are looking for in the machine cutting menu.. think the vp has it"
May 6
chris wool replied to paul gadsdon's discussion What is the thickest I can cut on mu Versacamm vp300
"don't know of a card stock that prints well on solvent type ink machines  bleeds to much. test for your self easy enough, if you just wanted guide lines to hand cut to guess use 10 % black only as you only want a few off to test your…"
Apr 30

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roland sc540 pro11 = Vs540 = Graphtec fc7000 130 = graphtec flatbed = PC60 =
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hot one

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