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Mon Aug 20, 2007 5:59 pm

Forum: Roland Cutters

Topic: how do i go about flushing out my sc-540 proII please?

Replies: 7

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Fantastic, I will get a hold of my supplier and get some dampers on the way. Again, I really appreciate all your help. The next step was going to be to take the printer to Grand Rapids. Ok, my next question would be what pumps the ink while it is printing? We tested the 3 pumps below the head, they ...

Mon Aug 20, 2007 1:58 pm

Forum: Roland Cutters

Topic: how do i go about flushing out my sc-540 proII please?

Replies: 7

Views: 2282

Well, I'm able to pull ink from the tanks in the back of the machine, I've pulled the flush through, and then ink again through all 12 lines so there's no blockage. I like your idea about the wetting the cap heads because when I had everything primed, it worked until I printed about 2 square feet th...

Sun Aug 19, 2007 6:52 pm

Forum: Roland Cutters

Topic: how do i go about flushing out my sc-540 proII please?

Replies: 7

Views: 2282

Yes, I got brave and primed it with a large sering and was able to get it primed and flushed. it's like the three pumps under the head aren't working. but it does print. I don't quite understand how that works, I have figured out that the 3 pumps pull the ink/cleaner through the heads. I can hook th...

Thu Aug 16, 2007 3:33 pm

Forum: Roland Cutters

Topic: how do i go about flushing out my sc-540 proII please?

Replies: 7

Views: 2282

how do i go about flushing out my sc-540 proII please?

my roland proII ex sat dormant for a month with 9 of the tanks removed (bad business deal). I fired it up last night to test it and surprisingly 9 of the colors didn't come out on the test print. I've got all the flush tanks and all the colors. when I read the manual for the roland pro II ex it tell...

Wed Aug 24, 2005 11:30 pm

Forum: Roland Cutters

Topic: can anyone help with my 6 year old roland pnc-1200 please?

Replies: 9

Views: 2684

wow, ok, I changed over from using a open blade to an enclosed adjustable depth blade holder, the blade had broken off, but was still cutting, just not where it was supposto be. Thanks again for all your help guys. BTW, I upgraded to the proII EX and I love it.

Sun Nov 09, 2003 9:09 pm

Forum: Roland Cutters

Topic: can anyone help with my 6 year old roland pnc-1200 please?

Replies: 9

Views: 2684

6 year old roland pnc-1200 --- help

I got it working, Thank you all very much for your help.

Sat Nov 08, 2003 7:53 pm

Forum: Roland Cutters

Topic: can anyone help with my 6 year old roland pnc-1200 please?

Replies: 9

Views: 2684

6 year old roland pnc-1200 --- help

Ok, I tried .2mm, .225mm, .25mm, .275, & .3mm. As far as I can tell, all the test cuts identical. Does this mean I am way off? Does this mean I'm due for a new plotter? Or should I try to get a little more radical than just .025mm off the oridginal setting by Roland? A little more advice would b...

Thu Nov 06, 2003 4:45 pm

Forum: Roland Cutters

Topic: can anyone help with my 6 year old roland pnc-1200 please?

Replies: 9

Views: 2684

can anyone help with my 6 year old roland pnc-1200 please?

I've been running a pnc-1200 for 6 or 7 years now, I lost my manual and I remember it had something about exactly what it is doing now. when I do my test cut with the little cross, the corners aren't square any more, I don't know how else to say it, but it's getting sloppy. Any body with the pnc-120...

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