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Thu Apr 08, 2004 10:54 pm

Forum: General Printing Topics

Topic: GSX Plus plotter help

Replies: 5

Views: 2101

Lorraine, I don't know what to tell you. Here in the USA we run Gerber Plotters off of our COM ports --COM 1. The Gerber Edge runs off LPT 1 -- which is an ECP port if it is an Edge 2. In the instructions about FIFO -- it was referring to a COM port. Good luck with this. With Omega, just export from...

Wed Apr 07, 2004 1:04 am

Forum: General Printing Topics

Topic: GSX Plus plotter help

Replies: 5

Views: 2101

FIFO Buffer

Lorraine, Here is something that MAY help you with Flexi and the GSX plus plotter. I use the GSX15plus setting. Here's something else I am copy / pasting from another board: Gerber GSX plotter--Fifo buffer Hope you are well. The most likely cause for the problem is the FIFO buffer setting on the com...

Sat Mar 27, 2004 3:20 am

Forum: General Printing Topics

Topic: Cling material for the edge.

Replies: 10

Views: 2175

Gerber Static Cling material (Spandex in UK?) works great. We print and cut hundreds of static cling labels for a customer, 3, 4 and 6 spot colors. No problem with it sticking to the squeegees. Make sure you select "static cling vinyl" in your Composer window, and the Gerber Edge will select the rig...

Wed Mar 24, 2004 4:34 am

Forum: Mimaki Printers

Topic: can anyone help with suppliers of media for Mimaki JV3?

Replies: 17

Views: 5204

I'm having good success with mostly Avery and Oracal vinyls. Oracal 3651 is a great glossy vinyl at a very good price. Avery's MPI 3000 is a good short term matte vinyl and Avery's 1005 EZ is a wonderful vinyl--with the EZ bubble removing quality. Oracal's and Avery's web sites have a lot of ICC pro...

Tue Jan 13, 2004 4:25 am

Forum: Mimaki Printers

Topic: can anyone help with suppliers of media for Mimaki JV3?

Replies: 17

Views: 5204

Thanks, Rebecca-- You must have the JV3-250 (100 inch) Mimaki. WOW that must really be huge. I've got the smaller 160 brother set up, but I still need to configure a computer close enough to it so I don't have to use 15 meters of Fire wire cable. What are you using for a rip? Do you have a lot of di...

Tue Dec 30, 2003 5:05 am

Forum: Mimaki Printers

Topic: can anyone help with suppliers of media for Mimaki JV3?

Replies: 17

Views: 5204

Rebecca, A 40 ft semi backed up to my shop today, and with the help of my neigbor computer geeks, 6 of us carried the crated Mimaki JV3 -160S into my garage area. I am installing the exhaust fan tomorrow, so maybe by the first of the year I'll be up and running. I will be using Flexi SignPro 7.5 as ...

Sat Nov 29, 2003 7:08 am

Forum: Roland Printers

Topic: ROLAND SC-500 vs MIMAKI JV3 Series

Replies: 12

Views: 4902

Hello, I'm new to this board and want to say HI! It's snowing here in Holland, Michigan. We are right on Lake Michigan across from Milwaukee, and a couple of hours north of Chicago. I have an "out of gamut' color question --how does the Mimaki JV3 or the Roland SolJet print GOLD? I've subbed some wo...

Sat Nov 29, 2003 6:12 am

Forum: General Printing Topics

Topic: Encad Vinyljet 36 vs Versa Camm

Replies: 17

Views: 4306

The reason the Encad (Kodak) VinyJet can't print to paper is because of it's 220 Volt heater. This same heater prevents people from letting it print un-attended (like all night long--which is nice at times). Apparently it is a fire hazard to leave it printing by itself. I think the VinylJet has a 36...

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