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roland pnc-1000 knife force question

Discussion in 'Roland' started by rfate, Aug 24, 2009.

  1. rfate

    rfate New Member

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    I have been out of the business for the last five years while being a stay at home mom. I just purchased a Roland PNC 1000 which I haven't worked with for about 10 years. I can't remember how to adjust the knife force and unfortunately it didn't come with any manual. It is cutting too deep. Please help.
    Thanks, Robyn
     
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  2. J Hill Designs

    J Hill Designs Major Contributor

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    there should be a little slider off to the side where the com port plugs in...
     
  3. astro8

    astro8 Active Member

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    PNC1000A has a slider on the side that says PEN FORCE
     
  4. rfate

    rfate New Member

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    I see that now.... duh. Thanks guys!
     
  5. knucklehead

    knucklehead Active Member

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    I've got a users manual in PDF if ya need one.
     
  6. GEMCO

    GEMCO New Member

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    hey i'm new to 101 and i dont know if this is were i ask ?s but i cant get my 1000 to cut vinyl at all. pen force wide open. but wan cut though vinyl
     
  7. OldPaint

    OldPaint Major Contributor

    new blade might help..............
     
  8. GEMCO

    GEMCO New Member

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    Thanks!!, the blade looked good, it is scoring but just not enough to cut through vinyl. have some on the way. i can drag blade acrossed srap with my hand and cuts good. I was thinking that the solenoid wasnt giving enough pressure. i will find out tomorrow. thanks Jim
     
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