"a drop of cleaning fluid but not to drip while fitting also make clicking the top bit on easier..
i have a vs and have a love hate relationship with that head system when its right its perfect one little thing wrong and it goes completely to pot.…"
"couple of things to add
when you fitted the dampers did you check that all of the old dampers seals where cleared out.
did you lubricate the new seals before fitting so they can slide in to place correctly as only push fit they can deform whilst…"
"if you hope to earn a living out of it bigger is better = more options. you dont have to put 54 in material in if only doing a small run. and they are so much quicker for similar quality.
if you are going to have a service contract it won't…"
"unfortunately the more you muck about with it the more it will cross contaminate i have found walk away from it for quite a while come back and just print a load of coloured squares and will normally settle down after a few inches.
"just to add.
when pulling ink from under the cap top are you blocking off the second pipe.
from experience the after market cap tops are often poor at sealing and will probably require a "flushing adjustment" odd name but thats what they…"
"till irving gets back looks very much like the black and cyan are cross contaminating do you have a spare cap top to replace and need to check the pipes to and from the pump are free. do you have a maintenance agreement "
"was going to mention it was over inking and i am not keen on that material my guess is that the black is a rich black 100% of all colours in the design software and the profile has a high max ink loading set.
the xc is capable of excellent printing…"
normally associated with a cable fault at the head a lot of care whilst rummaging around and make sure the power is completely off before even opening the covers.
if your not confident about diving in best get a tech out"
"one other thing we learnt for difficult media was to keep it flat in the feed direction so its not bending over the bed, this evolves building some form of decking in front and behind the bed so as the media feeds in and out it stays flat.
"personally i think you are flogging a dead horse but as you are making progress and reading what you say my guess is that because its cutting across the bed better than the feed, is probably down to media temp. as the media temp is kept warm going…"
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