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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 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
chris wool replied to Anthony's discussion Profiles
"from experience if you create artwork using colours picked from a printed out swatch then you change any thing in your settings for the final print a different colour will be produced. that includes quality profile  max impact, sign display…"
Apr 26
chris wool replied to Nithin Ravindran's discussion Eco solvent media
"depends if its a fuel powered or electric if fuel powered they have to be sealed as the fuel gets under the edge then gets cold with speed and air temp and fails, if canvas  type material covered the air frame you will struggle. if going on to…"
Mar 30
chris wool replied to Tammy Barker's discussion Switching to Eco-Sol Max 2 on the BN-20
"interesting i thought the max2 white was a improvement over the max except for the extra hideous maintenance required, my research came up with a edge thermal printer to be a better white and other spot colours but then a different set of problems,…"
Mar 27
chris wool replied to Nicolas Dallorso's discussion New Black/Cyan Head Still banding issues Roland SP300V
"shame about the one defected blue hopefully that will right it's self. make sure nice clean cap top and sealing well that goes for the mag yel as well. the machine setting for the feed is a little tight wants opening up a bit if its not set to…"
Mar 16
chris wool replied to Stephen's discussion Dirty Yellow (SP-540V)
"does look like a profile issue if ink had mixed the print would be that mixed colour not the flecks of colour shown, also there is a problem with the black lettering may be connected, as always need to see a normal test print."
Feb 23
chris wool replied to Nick Davis's discussion VP-540 Yellow wont print in Print Test and wont drain away from Yellow cap head
"until the yellow drains or gets sucked away the yellow head will deteriorate sounds like the pipe is blocked, for a printer that has had no maintenance servicing for two years you are lucky the rest has not followed suit. either get a tech in or a…"
Feb 23
chris wool replied to Travis Roy's discussion Versaworks. Postscript. Cut order.
"over the years this has come up a few times bit of a pain on some files but most day to day stuff not a problem so never really found a quick answer. depends on the rip or driver can't find it in vw but can turn on cutting order in the graphtec…"
Feb 22
chris wool replied to Kiru's discussion Roland Pro II Soljet SC-540 Printer IP Issues
"in a panic i needed to load colourrip and could not find the original disk but this loaded and worked at the time profiles are a bit awkward but are available earlier wasatch profiles also work, see how you get…"
Feb 20
chris wool replied to Kiru's discussion Roland Pro II Soljet SC-540 Printer IP Issues
"i have a sc540 pro11 and as i understand it, it is not compatible with vw in any way. the sc545 ex apparently was compatible with vw.. i was told that if the no1 (left as you look at it) head was black then not compatible with vw. colourrip 2.2 was…"
Feb 20
chris wool replied to David Docuyanan's discussion pricing diecut vinyl
"tall question find required font, design layout time. probably copy digitize logo from poor jpg  time quality of vinyl cost and is it from your stock or buy in. amount of vinyl used inc wastage. cutting time weeding time + tape costs  what…"
Feb 15
chris wool replied to Joe Lamb's discussion White Static Clean Film Print Problems
"the way its stored is normally the main problem i keep mine in a plastic bag in its box when not in use, to much heat dont help, some makes have a better quality backing paper. humidity and temp change is the reason for the buckling.   "
Feb 6
chris wool replied to Dan Gabus's discussion Small fonts problem
"the head is lose or blade holder bearings, possibly a severe case of media bunching. as said not all new blades are perfect. perfcutting is quite hard on the mechanics of the machine unless set up very carefully and i wont do it on my print cut…"
Feb 2
chris wool replied to Brent Bolm's discussion printed dimensions not mathcing the size in the file??? - Versaworks issue?
"deference in size could be that corel measures from centre of a vector line to centre of the other line. if it has a pen width on it corel does not report the total width but when exported as a eps the total width includes the pen width…"
Dec 26, 2018
chris wool replied to Alex Noble's discussion Tip: Using VersaWorks to output cuts
"i like it when people think a little more out side of the box. for cut only on plotters have you looked at the roland windows printer driver (not the cut studio plug in) this will cut straight out of corel and illy .. completely bypassing vw and cut…"
Dec 22, 2018

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roland sc540 pro11 = Vs540 = Graphtec fc7000 130 = graphtec flatbed = PC60 =
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At 2:02pm on October 22, 2012, Steven Jackson - Admin said…

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