PC600 problems AGAIN!
Well, the same problem is happening here once more..
The initial problem I had with this machine was that on bigger prints (450mm+ in length), every time the machine changed the cartridge and then proceeded to start moving back to the origin point to start printing the next colour ie magenta it would start moving back (very loudly may I add) and then stop, make a very high pitched noise as if something has jammed inside. It would then set this as it’s new origin point and carry on printing. I have tried every method of printing ie:
Direct from Corel 9 using the windows driver in 600dpi and 300dpi
RIPing from the colourchoice software (thanks phil ;)) at the above dpi
Spliting the print
I have FAXED Victory design a simple complaint stressing that this machine is clearly faulty. I also asked them for a full refund. It would not bother me so much if the machine had just gone faulty but this problem I spotted within the first week of getting the machine!! Roland said they could not find the fault when they came up the first time!!!
I have forwarded these pics to rob to upload, one that has printed Yellow and magenta correctly and then failed cyan and the other has printed yellow and then failed at magenta..
Has anyone any ideas??
Also, when the machine is just switched on with vinyl in it does everyone’s make quite a distint quite high pitched noise almost like a fan belt squeal when not even printing
arrrrrrggggghhhhhh!!!!!! (:) (hot)
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