A summary of links to relevant BOFA product information for units that support LEF/LEC/LEJ model printers as well as Roland Dental devices.
Image is split into pieces when adjusting table size in Versaworks. when table size is readjusted to fit artwork, image remains broken into pieces on artboard
Printer does not recognize a new ink cartridge or customer has a faulty ink cartridge that causes printing issues.
HELP!! I lost the software CD for my machine!!
Las impresoras de inyección de tinta Roland han sido diseñadas para permanecer inactivas solo durante breves periodos de tiempo. Cuando no está siendo usada, cada impresora lleva a cabo un mantenimiento automático. Sin embargo, hay algunas situaciones que requieren periodos prolongados de inactividad, especialmente en entornos educativos. Es importante preparar correctamente estos dispositivos para largos periodos de inactividad con el propósito de evitar daños y garantizar que estén en perfectas condiciones de producción al momento de imprimir nuevamente.
Roland inkjet printers were designed to accommodate short periods of downtime. Each printer performs automated maintenance when the machine is not in use. However, there are some situations that require extended periods of downtime, this is especially true in educational settings. It is important to properly prepare these devices for extended downtime to prevent damage and to ensure that your machine is in perfect production shape when you’re ready to start printing again.
Spot color with transparency warning appears when trying to save a file to eps in Adobe Illustrator
Interested in upgrading to VersaWorks 6
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
When outputing the CMYK print file and Gloss print file separately, the CMYK print does not match the Gloss print in feed direction. Why?