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Front cover

Discussion in 'Polls' started by NazGraphics, Nov 3, 2017.

Do You Have Your front cover always open when you print

  1. No

    3 vote(s)
    60.0%
  2. Yes

    1 vote(s)
    20.0%
  3. Hell No

    1 vote(s)
    20.0%
  1. NazGraphics

    NazGraphics Member

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    Do You Have Your front cover always open when print
     
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  2. bob

    bob Major Contributor

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    Open of course, the interlocks are permanently defeated. With the cover open a malfeasant print can be detected far sooner that with it closed. There really is no good reason ro leave it closed. Spare me conjecture about heaters and contaminants. Heaters won't suffer any measurable degradation and the existence of contaminants is the same open or closed.
     
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  3. NazGraphics

    NazGraphics Member

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    that is true u will see any malfestant print ....but what do you do half way of the print when u see bad printout can you stop the production and fix it ...will you be able to fix it or start a new print
     
  4. bob

    bob Major Contributor

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    Usually but not necessarily, a print is not right from the start. Sometimes it has to do with the print itself but, especially if you're doing a contour cut, it's the location of the print on the media. Not saying it can't go bad well into the job but those situations are not common relative to start-up problems.
     
  5. Gene@mpls

    Gene@mpls Very Active Member

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    Never have had a front cover on any of my printers.
     
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