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[DIY DTG] Mission accomplished "license to thrill"

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Old June 29th, 2010 Jun 29, 2010 9:58:16 PM -   #61 (permalink)
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Any 1900 Pictures of the tear down build and all that .. id like to start soon .. i see a cheap one on sale ...

Hope you have some time to make this simple for us german13.. thanks i will stay tuned ..
 
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Old July 2nd, 2010 Jul 2, 2010 7:20:17 PM -   #62 (permalink)
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Excuse me, why I cannot watch the video when I click "click here to watch the video" ??? It just popup a black frame, but not play the video. My PC have flash player, media player, use fixfox or chrome or IE.
Does any one know ?
 
Old July 2nd, 2010 Jul 2, 2010 7:29:22 PM -   #63 (permalink)
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try going directly to you tube.. scroll over the bottom right corner and click to watch at youtube.. give it a few seconds its got a slight delay in the beginning..

if you still have probs send me your email by pm, and i will email it to you..
 
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Old July 2nd, 2010 Jul 2, 2010 8:54:26 PM -   #64 (permalink)
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try going directly to you tube.. scroll over the bottom right corner and click to watch at youtube.. give it a few seconds its got a slight delay in the beginning..

if you still have probs send me your email by pm, and i will email it to you..
What is the ETA on the website? Can't wait to get detailed instructions on how to build this! Thanks
 
Old July 2nd, 2010 Jul 2, 2010 10:20:23 PM -   #65 (permalink)
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the site is not the main issue, working on the ebook security options... and between my day job, time is sparse..

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Old July 4th, 2010 Jul 4, 2010 8:26:12 AM -   #66 (permalink)
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Just for your information:
MultiRIP GP will add the table movement adjustment feature to their RIP and it should be avaliable in about a weeks time
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Old July 4th, 2010 Jul 4, 2010 8:36:44 AM -   #67 (permalink)
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MultiRIP GP will add the table movement adjustment feature to their RIP and it should be avaliable in about a weeks time
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VERY COOL, but what about nozzle checks and head aligns in roll mode?? It really needs to have those features included aswell for the price.. needs to have windshield wipers included

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Old July 4th, 2010 Jul 4, 2010 9:01:18 AM -   #68 (permalink)
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Im having troubles with multirip-printer (cant tell if it is the rip or the printer), so i wanted to format my hard drive to see what is really going on. I removed the validation, got the invalidation code and when i went to the site to store the validation back to my account i got this message:

"StopCopy Net Error Page


(81) Selected Product Code does not allow Incremental Activations!"


Does anyone know anything about this error??

Either the product that i bought has a problem or their activation/deactivation site has a problem
The sure thing is that there is a problem
Currently i have 1 invalidation code and 2 remaining installations
I sent a mail to iproof systems yesterday and i wait for them to reply hopefully tomorrow
 
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Im having troubles with multirip-printer (cant tell if it is the rip or the printer), so i wanted to format my hard drive to see what is really going on. I removed the validation, got the invalidation code and when i went to the site to store the validation back to my account i got this message:

"StopCopy Net Error Page


(81) Selected Product Code does not allow Incremental Activations!"


Does anyone know anything about this error??

Either the product that i bought has a problem or their activation/deactivation site has a problem
The sure thing is that there is a problem
Currently i have 1 invalidation code and 2 remaining installations
I sent a mail to iproof systems yesterday and i wait for them to reply hopefully tomorrow
not sure on that cmos, i would pm mark or fred on that issue or post in the rip and driver options..someone is bound to know whats up with it... im sure they will get you up and running..

best of luck
 
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If you need to re-load the RIP you never have to remove the validation, you loose a validation if you were to change computers or it crashes for what ever reason and or if it were your last RIP validation than you can remove it.
The RIP can be switched between Roll and Sheet mode very easily, now as far as nozzle checks andprint head alignment features I use the OEM utilities for this and it works quite nicely
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Old July 4th, 2010 Jul 4, 2010 10:51:07 AM -   #71 (permalink)
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If you need to re-load the RIP you never have to remove the validation, you loose a validation if you were to change computers or it crashes for what ever reason and or if it were your last RIP validation than you can remove it.
The RIP can be switched between Roll and Sheet mode very easily, now as far as nozzle checks andprint head alignment features I use the OEM utilities for this and it works quite nicely
"I hope this helps"
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the epson driver will not let you do nozzle checks or a head align in roll mode unless manually done on start-up and nozzle check only...this has already been tested and it will not, it defers to sheet mode to do this.. i had to ask them to add this feature to the ek rip to be able to accomplish it...

as mentioned in the rip and driver thread...they (multi-rip) have this feature included in the printer jockey, but you have to specify you want the mod-1 version printer jockey when ordering multi-rip per fred...

this is a standard feature with ek rip and its an all in one program with no additional cost.

P.S to be complete, multi-rip-fred said that they would consider adding this feature depending on the quanity of rips bundled per printer...problem is i will not be bundling rip im not manufacturing the printer, maybe someone else will?..its a DIYDTG! so im left with the alternative..

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Old July 4th, 2010 Jul 4, 2010 11:01:47 AM -   #72 (permalink)
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More to come, as I cannot give ALL the NEW information away untill after the testing is complete
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Old July 4th, 2010 Jul 4, 2010 1:42:38 PM -   #73 (permalink)
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Very OPTIMISTIC news!!!

Hope they include the utility features of the nozzle and head align checks in roll mode as standard features!

cant wait to test drive it, if it includes those features!

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Old July 4th, 2010 Jul 4, 2010 1:54:28 PM -   #74 (permalink)
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Very OPTIMISTIC news!!!

Hope they include the utility features of the nozzle and head align checks in roll mode as standard features!

cant wait to test drive it
Absolutely, for the price, why wouldn't they have those features?
 
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If you need to re-load the RIP you never have to remove the validation, you loose a validation if you were to change computers or it crashes for what ever reason and or if it were your last RIP validation than you can remove it.
The RIP can be switched between Roll and Sheet mode very easily, now as far as nozzle checks andprint head alignment features I use the OEM utilities for this and it works quite nicely
"I hope this helps"
Dan
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As i said before i had to format my drive, not just "re-load" the software in the same windows installation.
I did everything as described in the support video for validation removal. Everything went as the video described except of the very last step which give this error
 






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