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Roland SP 300V sq ft p/hr

Discussion in 'Roland' started by njsigns, May 4, 2007.

  1. njsigns

    njsigns Very Active Member

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    I was wondering if anyone can tell me what the Roland SP 300V sq ft p/hr is on:

    720x720?
    720x360?

    How about any other common settings I am missing? I see that they claim 1440x1440, but in Versaworks I only see 1080x1080 as the high quality settings and it seems greyed out to change it. Am I missing something?

    I can only seem to find info on the 540V for some reason.

    Thanks,
    Gene
     
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  2. ChiknNutz

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  3. njsigns

    njsigns Very Active Member

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    Thanks Chris,

    I posted the same question at printingdigital, and got the same response. This sentence totally throws off my thinking - "The SP-300V prints at up to 63 square-feet per hour." Then the chart starts off by saying 114 sfph. Is this only confusing to me? In my mind, "up to" means the maximum.

    I guess knowing that your 540V prints at 64 sfpr in standard mode certainly helps me believe that chart is for the 300V. I can't believe Roland words the paragraph that way, I find it totally misleading, I guess in a good way (for me). I've gone back and read that same thing 50 times and it still doesn't make sense to me... I also find it totally off the wall that I can't find anything about this in the manual.

    Thanks,
    Gene
     
  4. mediaman

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    The chart appears to be for the SP-540V
     
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