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My Roland is drunk.

Discussion in 'Roland' started by Elwood Moose, Feb 14, 2008.

  1. Elwood Moose

    Elwood Moose Member

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    Apparently my VersaCamm 540 has been drinking.

    I am cutting simple ovals out for a decal run. The cuts on the right side of the bed are bang on perfect, but by the time the cuts are being made on the left, they are off kilter.

    The cuts on the left hand side are cutting mighty close to my artwork, despite the fact that it is a single image that VersaWorks has duplicated itself, so is the same file as the artwork on the right hand side.

    I have cleaned the data strip, and the machine is running fine other than that. I also run an enviromental match befor eall my cut/print jobs, so I'm certain it is not that.

    The decals run 12 across, and the problem get slightly worse each decal.
     
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  2. JPDTees

    JPDTees Member

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    Try slowing down your cut speed.

    Eric :cool:
     
  3. dr_h792

    dr_h792 New Member

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    sounds like u need to do a print/cut adjust to me
     
  4. niksagkram

    niksagkram Active Member

    I'm with DR on this.

    Mark :beer:
     
  5. Signsforwhile

    Signsforwhile Very Active Member

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    Maybe if you start drinking things will straighten out....?
     
  6. niksagkram

    niksagkram Active Member


    I'm with Hudson (name?) on this!:wink::wink:



    Mark :beer:
     
  7. synergy_jim

    synergy_jim Very Active Member

    if your printer is drunk.... you have to get drunk to so you are on the same wavelength...

    JD
     
  8. TresL

    TresL Very Active Member

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    Call Roland, they have a PDF to help with alignment if needed.
    Mine would do that when doing a print then cut.
    But, when using the dot alignment, I had no issues.
     
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