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Roland VP-540

Discussion in 'Roland' started by badalakis, Feb 25, 2009.

  1. badalakis

    badalakis New Member

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    Dear Users!
    I Have a cutting problem with my VP-540.
    It shifts cutting toward to scaning derection (not feeding one).
    Technicians of the company I bought it didn't gave me any solution! Lot of Vynil got to rubbishes!
    Is there ani body knows this problem?
    Thanks a lot!
     
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  2. badalakis

    badalakis New Member

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    Cut problem on Roland VP-540

    Dear Users!
    I Have a cutting problem with my VP-540.
    It shifts cutting toward to scaning derection (not feeding one).
    Technicians of the company I bought it didn't gave me any solution! Lot of Vynil got to rubbishes!
    Is there ani body knows this problem?
    Thanks a lot!
     
  3. Gallant Reflex

    Gallant Reflex New Member

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    try cleaning your linear encoder strip
     
  4. Dave L.

    Dave L. Member

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    Are all the cuts shifted by the same amount? If so , do a print cut calibration. Explain in some more detail whats happeneing please.
     
  5. badalakis

    badalakis New Member

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    Thank You!

    THANK YOU FOR REPLYING!
    THE TECHNICIAN REPLACED IT, BUT NO DEFERENCE!
    IT'S 4 MOUNTHS OLD MACHINE!
    DO YOU KNOW IT'S WRITTEN SOMEWHERE IN MEMORY HOW MANY METERS ARE PRINTED?
    MY REGARDS
    P.BADALAKIS
     
  6. badalakis

    badalakis New Member

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    Thank You Too

    THE TECHNICIAN MADE THIS CALLIBRATION BUT NONE!
    THE SHIFT ON THE FIRST PRINT IS OK! fRON THE SECOND PRINT TO THE LAST ON 1.33cm SCANWISE THE CUT SHIFT IS ABOUT 2mm!
     
  7. Dennis @ Sign FX

    Dennis @ Sign FX Member

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    The encoder strip is dirty.
     
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