Heat transfer media does not adhere to fabric properly.
Current Roland user wants to switch from Eco Solvent inks to dye sublimation inks
Can the print and cut machines cut through Twill?
I need a clear film that is compatible with my eco-solvent printer that I can print film positives.
Chart of color products (EcoSol/UV/Sublimation) that includes the various configurations, ink types and part numbers for ink. This article has been optimized for Mobile viewing.
The cut path is being clipped on one side of the print
CutContour linein apdf filedisappears.
Suspect crop mark detection issues, cut offset issues
Encoder related failure in the scan direction
Wall graphics media either falls off or sticks too aggressively to the wall
How to troubleshoot white banding (or density drop, streaking, ink starvation)
Is there a way to stop a headwash?
Poor printability; not clinging to glass surface
Printer does not recognize a new ink cartridge or customer has a faulty ink cartridge that causes printing issues.
MOTOR ERROR TURN POWER OFF
My media is buckling is there any way I can prevent this?
My print and cut jobs do not line up. The cut is offset from the print.
My VersaWorks is freezing or crashing
Why do some of my prints on textiles look washed out and others don't?
HTM2 peels off in sections after laundering.
Wall and/or paint damage during removal of WFRV and/or WFRF.
Can I use either of these cleaning cartridges interchangeably?
Spot color with transparency warning appears when trying to save a file to eps in Adobe Illustrator
The material skews on one side when printing or cutting.
This article contains a link to an instructional video detailing the manual maintenance procedure for the Roland SP-300i and SP-540i printers.
Interested in upgrading to VersaWorks 6
Versaworks will not print jobs concurrently whenset up withmore than one machine.
Wall graphics is falling off after a few hours of application.
When outputting a design to your printer, the software needs to be able to translate commands to the device (such as how much ink to fire and when). These commands tell the machine how fast to feed the material, at what speed the print carriage travels, and what heat settings are needed for the print platen. Other variables include theproperties of thematerial being printed on, how the ink chemsitry reacts to it, how the different process colors of ink blend together to form other colors, and how long the print takes to dry. A Profile is a combination of all of these variables, among others.
Colors are not matching from one panel to the next when printing tiled images