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PNC 1050 Settings ?

Discussion in 'Roland' started by Bunky67, May 9, 2013.

  1. Bunky67

    Bunky67 Member

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    I have a question about the settings on my PNC-1050 ?

    When the Power is over time does the settings return to default ?

    is the Offset set by the blade or the material ?


    My current settings are Offset 10 and Speed is 20

    Thanks
     
  2. round man

    round man Active Member

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    the cutting offset is set for the distance between the tip of the blade and the center axis of the blade in order to compensate so that the plotter cuts the difference. if it is not high enough there will be ticks that do not cut on smaller circles and such,...if it is too high there will be over cuts and problems with smaller script fonts and the thin strokes on roman typefaces,...it is usually done when changing from one blade type to another per se a 60 degree blade to a 45 degree blade

    edited to add,...these settings remain set when you power off (stored via eprom chip)but can be changed via the plotter keypad and or your cutting software and or driver settings
     
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