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Roland GX24 will not advance after cut?

Discussion in 'Roland' started by SignProPlus-Chip, Jun 27, 2012.

  1. SignProPlus-Chip

    SignProPlus-Chip Premium Subscriber

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    Flexi 8.1

    I have "Advance after plot" checked in production manager and in the GX24 setup menu.

    But it cuts, then returns to origin no matter what.

    Any ideas?
     
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  2. SignProPlus-Chip

    SignProPlus-Chip Premium Subscriber

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    Bump for the morning crew!
     
  3. scuba_steve2699

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    I might be wrong but I did not think there was a way to have the GX24 do that.
     
  4. SignProPlus-Chip

    SignProPlus-Chip Premium Subscriber

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    Well then...there's the problem...LOL

    Amazing that the little Stika I used to used back in the day could do that, but the GX24 can't.


     
  5. WildWestDesigns

    WildWestDesigns Major Contributor

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    Mine doesn't return back to the origin after it cuts. It advances it to where you can trim it and do the next job.

    However, I do not use Flexi, I either use Ai/Corel or I use their CutStudio Program. That would be the only difference that I could think of.
     
  6. signsandtees

    signsandtees New Member

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    It is a limitation of Flexi 8.1 and the driver that flexi uses, I upgraded to 8.6 and its fine, also in 8.1 I had to tell the ploter to rotate so that it would cut the right way, in 8.6 I had to rerotate the orientation.
     
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