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Roland VS640 Black ink stripes on yellow

Discussion in 'Roland' started by cyanamide, Oct 28, 2013.

  1. cyanamide

    cyanamide New Member

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    First: Sorry for my English ;)

    Every time I print areas with yellow (orange etc.) ink, the first
    2cm are printed fine. I think it's the last pass of printing when
    black lines appear.

    Cleaning is performed countless times, normal, medium, powerful,
    manual and manual by flooding the capping station for ~15 Minutes
    with cleaning liquid, the head above. The chock cleaning is performed.
    The capping station is new, all wipers are new.

    If you can see on the pictures attached, there is a pattern appearing
    partially in the black stripes.

    My first thought was a damper-Problem, that there is maybe a
    vacuum and the yellow nozzles will soak up black ink, but in this
    case all or more nozzles must be involved.

    Firmware is the latest.

    Anyone an Idea?


    Thanks,

    Maik
    and the
     

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    cyanamide New Member

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    sorry, the uploaded images where badly scaled-down.

    here in better quality.
     

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