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Slowing Down a PNC950?

Discussion in 'Roland' started by Arlo Kalon 2.0, Nov 15, 2006.

  1. Arlo Kalon 2.0

    Arlo Kalon 2.0 Very Active Member

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    I've been enjoying the wider format cutting for some time now as some of you know from the Roland plotter that was given to me.

    The other day, I used it in pen mode to draw a pattern layout for painting, and it was pretty hairy! Very hard to keep the paper tracking at high speed.

    So far, I haven't discovered on my own if there's a way to slow it some as there is on my Gerber plotter... I'm guessing not?
     
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    Cadmn Very Active Member

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    so far I haven't found a way I need to cut some 18 point script & its not working for me so any help in doing this would be great also
     
  3. Pro Signs & Graphix

    Pro Signs & Graphix Very Active Member

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    There should be - what are you using to drive the machine? Software package or Roland's HPGL printer driver?
     
  4. steriltech

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    You can control the speed by using a pin or a tooth pick. Buy placing the tiny switches up or down this is locate above the deth switch.......
     
  5. Rick

    Rick Certified Enneadecagon Designer

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