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T series cutoff only queation

Discussion in 'Summa' started by joelswork, Dec 24, 2020.

  1. joelswork

    joelswork Member

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    Hey guys, I’m wondering the easiest way to set up a file so that the summa will just advance the material 35” then cut it off... and repeat that process for an entire roll of material. I know I’ve done it before but can’t for the life of me remember how. I have a lot of 12” material getting cut down to 35” long
     
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  2. Snydo

    Snydo Active Member

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    Look for the command "cut sheets" if its not an ancient machine.
     
  3. Attila Nagy

    Attila Nagy Member

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    My First idea. Draw a little line. In the cut menu move it to 34.x (calculate the extra lenght from the start point and the distance of cutoff) set pressure 0. or remove knife. And Repeat
     
  4. Mimaki repair up north

    Mimaki repair up north New Member

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    Good idea
     
  5. dsd7

    dsd7 New Member

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    The new machines have a special feature in the menu to do this. I have a S275 Tangential. You are able to specify the length and how many copies to make. It's right under the sheet cut option. No computer needed
     
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