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Post Sun Aug 03, 2003 12:38 am

Roland Bar Codes

Hey Guys,

To anyone following my Saga... The damaged Roland PC60 only ended up being $150 to repair. It was $146 worth of labor (the guy had to pound the door hinge straight) and $3.99 for a part.

All was covered by insurance, and Beacon in NJ (roland dealer) said the machine was otherwise in great shape.

That being said, we started printing and I'm very pleased with everything coming out of it.

I'm curious if anyone has a list of the Roland Bar Codes (those little numbers on the cartridges) and their corresponding process or spot colors.

Fortunately, we got nearly 80 cartridges that came with the machine. Unfortunately, most of them aren't in their correct boxes and we aren't 100% sure which colors are exactly what.

I've done a few google searches but haven't found anything.

The only one I'm aware of is that:

11 - Silver
14 - Magenta
12 - Black
13 - Yellow
22 - Some shade of blue


Not a very good start :(

Thanks guys,

Jom
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Post Sun Aug 03, 2003 1:13 am

Jom,
I will have a look first thing Monday morning and e-mail them to you

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Post Sun Aug 03, 2003 9:46 am

Glad to hear you got things sorted in your favour Jom :D

You must show us stuff produced on your new machine.

I don'thave a 600 but , as Keith said, he or someone will help you sort it I'm sure...

oh well, off to do more work...............


















.................hold on, IT'S SUNDAY!!!! :wink: right then, I'm off on me bike :cool:

more soon

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Post Sun Aug 03, 2003 9:57 am

Oh thats nice innit leave us poor buggers at work on a Sunday whilst you swan about the lovely back lanes at Oxford leaving poor Clare slaving over a hot nut loaf, :cry: OK so my bikes in the garage and Liz is at work till 12 so I might as well work :oops:
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Post Sun Aug 03, 2003 10:30 am

:lol: :lol: :lol: beats my sunday hands down...
i have the hangover from hell and ive a gym enduction at 4pm..

why oh why did i join a gym :cry: :cry: :cry:




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Post Sun Aug 03, 2003 11:25 am

s'all right for you lot.

Alison's got me re-plumbing the bathroom - I spent all day yesterday dragging myself around on me back under the floor boards trying to re-route some pipes. Today's agenda - more of the same!!

Looking forward to getting back to work tommorow for a bit of a rest
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Post Sun Aug 03, 2003 5:16 pm

Well, I've been up at a capri owners day holding my stand. in a word...BORING!

Oih, Stevey B, Remember that Yamaha R6 I got two weeks ago?? Well, it got traded in yesterday, Guess what I've got now.....?

Yup, Yamaha R1. :D :D :D

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Post Mon Aug 04, 2003 12:30 am

WP_Graphics wrote:Well, I've been up at a capri owners day holding my stand. in a word...BORING!


Cough, splutter..Wot!! wot!!

I'll have you know young Mr Gavs That I am a member of the (old gits) Capri Owners club.

I have owned my 2.0 Laser since 1986 and was mortally offended by your remark. You young wipersnappers wouldn't know a classic car if it ran over you!!

Bikers are a danger to the public. All these greasers with their long dank hair and bullish attitude should be put up against a wall and shot. (hot)

How on earth a vehicle with only two wheels can expect to get around a corner without toppling over is beyond me. :roll: Give me four wheels anyday.

Long live the Capri....

Viva le Capri....

Viva....

Viva...

Viva le Capri...

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Post Mon Aug 04, 2003 2:12 am

thats terrible having a go at phills pride and joy gav! shame on you mate :-?

this was a picture i took passing phill up in livingston just last week.. i couldnt stop. but managed to give him a shout and one of the guys in the van took a lucky picture snap.. turned out well, we thought..

phill, those white leather gloves really looked the business matching your car like that. :wink:

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Post Mon Aug 04, 2003 4:06 am

Hahaha :) That's great.

Here was what came out of the printer today. These were for my other business. The orange ones are coming straight out of the machine and the silver ones are already domed (tough to see that from the angle of the pictures though).

I have no idea why the black vinyl looks so dirty. I swear I cleaned it :)


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Post Mon Aug 04, 2003 8:51 am

:lol: :lol: :lol: That's very funny Rob :lol: :lol: :lol:

Back to the original subject, colour codes are as follows:-
Cyan - 35R, Magenta 34R, Yellow 33R, Black 32R, Red 21, Blue 22, Gold 8, Silver 11, Orange 36R, Green 37R
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Post Mon Aug 04, 2003 9:25 am

LOL!

Sorry Phil, I knew that there would be someone on here with a capri and it was only a matter of time before they came along, didn't realise it would be that quick ;) Nothing wrong with the capri itself, it's just the fact that I don't think I was even born when they were released....? (PS I was born in 1980 so correct me if I'm wrong).

Jom, I'm curious here (and I'm sure phil is too). I understand the silver onto black gettin a good print but how on earth did you manage to print orange onto black and get a good output??

When I use process colours on a PC600 they go all transparent unlike your's.

curious...

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Post Mon Aug 04, 2003 5:30 pm

You know what you come up with if you play around with the letters of "Capri" now don't you Phil? :D

That's what they generally get called here :wink:
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Post Mon Aug 04, 2003 9:44 pm

Yeah yeah, I know, Crapi... very funny :roll: ....Have you heard what they call the driver of these classics though....


Apric!! :oops:
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Post Tue Aug 05, 2003 1:10 am

Gav,

Well, it's a bit of a trick of the lighting to be honest. The color is a zeronine.com color. It's Bright Orange. With no light on it, it is still orange but it's a bit of a brownish orange. With a little bit of natural light on them, they really glow as you see in the picture.

Brite orange is found here: http://www.zeronine.com/rproduct.html

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Post Tue Aug 05, 2003 3:27 pm

Phill,

I appreciate the info.

Do you know if those are for Roland bar codes only? I'm positive that the colors I have here have totally different barcodes from the ones you just mentioned.

I'm wondering if most of the ribbons I have here are from Zeronine.com

Hmmmm....

Jom
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Post Tue Aug 05, 2003 3:44 pm

Those codes I listed are from actual Roland Cartridges. :D

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