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Summa S160D Read all marks then Cut

Discussion in 'Summa' started by willkho, Apr 5, 2020.

  1. willkho

    willkho Member

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    Hi all,

    I've been using the Summa S160D for almost 10 years.
    I've just realised that I've probably done something wrong.

    Please refer to the video below:



    On this video, the cutter read all the mark first then cut.
    My S Class will read the first set marks (left & right) and second set marks (left and rigth), cut. Then read again the third line then continue cutting, and keep going like that if I have many marks.
    Sometimes if the images sit in between the mark, it won't be perfect.
    The cutting lines not meet perfectly.

    I'm wondering how to setup so the machine will read all the mark first then cut all at once?

    Many thanks for the helps in advance.

    Will
     
  2. FrankW

    FrankW Very Active Member

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    You have OPOS Panelling activated. You can deactivate OPOS Panelling through the OPOS menu.
     
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  3. iPrintStuff

    iPrintStuff Prints stuff

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    Yeah. As frank said, there’s the option to read from barcode to barcode, read 2 marks or read 4 marks then cut.

    It’s worth switching around sometimes depending on job length. We use the opos panelling for the larger files so it doesn’t need to track through the entire sheet in order to check all the marks before it cuts.
     
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  4. willkho

    willkho Member

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    Thanks to Frank and also iprintstuff for the helps.
    Finally solved using your guidance.
     
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