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Xc-540 Print/cut max length

Discussion in 'General Chit-Chat' started by Modela, Nov 26, 2018.


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  1. Modela

    Modela New Member

    Mar 7, 2018
    Hello what are the max length on a 54 inch wide print you would print and cut on this machine? We have a 13 ft long piece in the machine now and it missed its contour cut completely? This has happen before what are your thoughts? Thanks in advanced
  2. Bert Wondervan

    Bert Wondervan Member

    Nov 8, 2018
    * 1 The length of printing or cutting is subject to the limitations of the program.
    * 2 Using Roland specified media, print travel of 1m, temperature: 25°C (77°F), humidity: 50 %RH
    * 3 Not assured when the print heater or dryer is used.
    * 4 Using Roland specified media, loaded on the shaft, [PREFEED] menu item must be set to "ENABLE," with 25 mm or more for both right and left margins and 35 mm or more front margin, excluding expansion or contraction of the media. Media 610 mm wide or over and 4,000 mm long. Media 610 mm wide or less and 8,000 mm long.
    * 5 Provided that media length is under 3,000 mm. Temperature: 25°C (77°F). Excluding possible shift caused by expansion/contraction of the media and/or by reloading the media.

    http://www.ewj.as/files/pdf/roland/Roland XC-540.pdf
  3. woolly

    woolly Active Member

    Sep 24, 2007
    Cornwall uk
    could be the same as my pro11 the limit of finding the marks are 3mts it will stop at that point and report crop mark not found.. press enter and it will cancel and return to origin....instead of pressing enter press pause (if i remember correctly) and it will continue its search..every now and again we do 4 mt print. lam. cuts

    never seen this documented if it works thank a Australian member from around 10 years ago and i am in the UK

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