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Solvex White Static Cling on Roland?!?!?!

Discussion in 'Roland' started by escortle, Mar 8, 2011.

  1. escortle

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    I printed on "Roland white cling" using the "Roland" white static cling profile. Everything was fine.

    We had to switch over to LexJect wht static cling, and I couldn't get it to print anything other than a big pool of ink.

    We then switched to Solvex White static Cling. With bad results again. I've tried reduxcing the carriage speed and playing with the heat & multiple profiles ( WSC, GCVP, PWV ).

    Has anyone had any luck with this product on a Roland. Please let me know. Thanks
     
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  2. Andrew O

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    I'm curious why you had to switch off the Roland product. It has proven quite popular and users seem happy with it. If you had a problem I would like any feedback you have, and I'd like to try and help, but it sounds like it worked well.
     
  3. escortle

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    The only problem I'm having is that, the "Roland" brand was the only White Static Cling I can get to print well, without have it have to take a minute to print 1 linear inch.

    The job cam in in a hurry & we could only get a few rolls in time. Now I've gone through Lexjet & now Solvex white static cling products.

    I', told that it's the Roland ink set that is not very versatile. Any ideas?
    Our rep. gave us a profile to use for the "Solvex", but it was for a SolJet II & we run a SolJet III. I couldn't get it to load in Versaworks. Any ideas? I am really jammed up now. Let e know.
    Thanks
     
  4. trik

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    We have a VP-540, and have printed lots of Solvex static cling. We used a generic profile ECVP, and turned the heat down 5 degree on both settings, heat was the issue when we started, but it has printed fine for the last two years for us.

    Good luck!
     
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