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Print and cutting issue?

Discussion in 'Roland' started by landdesigns, Sep 29, 2012.

  1. landdesigns

    landdesigns Member

    Feb 4, 2007
    Bridgewater NY
    Hello, experiencing cutting issue with my VP-300 verscamm . When I print a long graphic 3ft to 4ft then laminate , I cut the graphic on the verscamm and the cut is way off? it's been getting worse, I went threw my user manual and everything the manual suggested I did. I'm thinking it's the Verscamm, strange if I do smalller graphics like 2 ft in length the cuts are fine? Maybe the pinch wheels are worn or something else? Any suggestions would be great!

    Thanks Todd
  2. john1

    john1 Guest

    Could be a few different things, Could be that your pinch rollers are wore down causing it to track off or cutting strip could need replaced. Pinch rollers over time wear down and may have soft or flat spots on them. I always clean my pinch rollers with peroxide on a q-tip, Been doing it for years.

    Beings your machines a older Versacamm i would possibly change the pinch rollers but not until you check to see if the cutting strip if it's damaged as they are cheap and only a few bucks.

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