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CJ540 System Switches

Discussion in 'Roland' started by kussione, Nov 1, 2012.

  1. kussione

    kussione Member

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    Hi, I´m new here.:Welcome:
    Does somebody kwos anything about the Roland System switches?
    I found something by trial and error but I need more informations.
    I converted a CJ540 to a flad bed printer with white inks. I could imagine there are some answers I need inside the system switches.

    Thanks at all in advance

    Stefan the German guy
     
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  2. kussione

    kussione Member

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    Hi, I tested a lot dotay.
    That is that what I found out: Alle changes gives a new register in der servive menu
    Page 1
    Pos5 = Nozzle Mask
    Pos6 = Create
    Pos8 = Cartridge Slot
    Page 4
    Pos5 = Model Name
    Page 7
    Pos6 = CL Flushing
    Page 8
    Pos5 = Flushing Head
    Pos6 = Ink mode cnf.

    Please node, the possitions are from right to left.

    Who knows more?

    I would like to change the old pumps to the new pumps. Do I need some changes in the System Switches?

    Thanks a lot

    Stefan
     
  3. kussione

    kussione Member

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    Hi, does nobody know anything?
    Thanks in advance

    Kussi
     
  4. Robert M

    Robert M Very Active Member

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    Switch

    Are you working with the dip switches on the main board? If you change out the pumps you need to change the speed of the pump motors, this should be in the pump upgrade proceedures.
     
  5. kussione

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    Hi Robert,
    no I don´t mean the dip on the board, I mean the system switches in der service mode.
    But to the new pumps, yes I would like to chenge them. Could you telling more about the procedure?
    Do you know something about the system switches?
    Thanks in advance

    Kussi
     
  6. rubo

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    wtf is a system switch anyway? don't know anything about roland but would like to see your flatbed conversion - here is mine:

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=G_Ve4FgInXk

    did you leave the pinch rollers intact or did something else?

    Rubo
     
  7. kussione

    kussione Member

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    Hi rubo,
    nice system, but I converted mine to a flad bed UV-curable printer.
    I left the pinch roller intact. This is mutch easier.
    I have to make some pictures in the next days.

    I have seen a system converted with a belt and vacuum. That nice but for me to mutch work. This system disconnected the pinch roller. Left only the inticator vor left an right in the machine. The converter comes from Italy. I´ll make some pictures from the system as well.

    Hope that helps

    Kussi
     
  8. Robert M

    Robert M Very Active Member

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    Flatbed from a roll feed?

    I think we have met Artbot's German cousin

    Shoot me a pm and I will forward the pump change info
     
  9. kussione

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    Hi, the conversion from a roll fed to a fled bed did the company TECHNOPLOT in Germany. I did the conversion to an UV-curable printer . The UV-lamb comes from PHOSEON. At the moment I use only one lamp at the right side of the carriage but I suppose to need another lamp on the left sidetoo in order to print faster.
    The conversion to a UV-Printer is not so difficult. You need black tubes, some sensor etc. I tested also another inkmanufacturer called Tritron, but I changed to Roland ECO UV. The Roland Ink is available in the same quality all the time.
     
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