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Mimaki cjv150-160 black dusting printing

Discussion in 'Mimaki' started by hakki, Apr 5, 2020.

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  1. hakki

    hakki New Member

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    dusting printing Mimaki cjv150-160 bs4
     

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  2. hakki

    hakki New Member

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    Does anyone have a solution?
     
  3. iPrintStuff

    iPrintStuff Prints stuff

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    Could be a bit crap under the head (fluff etc) that’s wiping as it prints?

    try turning it to uni directional instead of bi and you’ll be able to tell if it’s an alignment issue
     
  4. Jim Hancock

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    Do you see this overspray in all of the colors? It appears that way in the test draw. If so, then you may have a static issue. Does this occur on more than 1 media type? What position is your print head in, low or high?
     
  5. hakki

    hakki New Member

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    the printhead is low, I get it in black, I have no static problem, all profiles have the same problem
     

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  6. Jim Hancock

    Jim Hancock Member

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    And this happens on different medias? It would appear the black channel is going out.
     
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  7. iPrintStuff

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    Have you tried printing unidirectional?
     
  8. hakki

    hakki New Member

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    yes one way the same
     
  9. rjssigns

    rjssigns Major Contributor

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    Did you clean the encoder strip? If you cleaned the strip it could be the encoder reader.

    Eliminating those two possibilities leaves electrical. Were you doing any maintenance where you bumped or removed a ribbon cable?

    Could be the ribbon cables are worn out too.
    How many hours on the machine? Ribbon cables are a consumable item and need to be replaced periodically.
     
  10. Alan Menhennet

    Alan Menhennet New Member

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    I would say dirty encoder strip or switch on maps
     
  11. Lady Who

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    I have it too, the only way I found to reduce the black over spraying was to reduce density in rasterlink. But my testprint is missing 2 lines, maybe this issue in my case is due to a bad printhead?
     

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