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September 7th, 2014 04:29 AM
wijnendael
Re: Micro contoller mod for epsons

I see this is a pretty old post and after reading through i dont appear to see any images or find any info on a finished controller i have a B1100 that i want to convert so can somebody tell me if this controller is now available and if so where can i get it from or look into it further.
June 12th, 2011 05:34 PM
lazycat
Re: Micro contoller mod for epsons

Hi this is Eugene Kim, newbee on DIY DTG !!

I'd like to change Epson 4000 printer I have.
one question, does Epson 4000 need new controller ?
I'd like to using included feeding motor. and wood zig.

Is it possible ? and any experience of this ?

plz let me know all you experts !!
October 17th, 2010 06:37 PM
102557
Re: Micro contoller mod for epsons

Quote:
Originally Posted by nemanja986
Hi German,
I ask for help. How to achieve reconfiguring some wiring at the main board of R1900?
How to avoid coming to the microcontroller?

Thanks, Nemanja
its all epson firmware as pictured in the mission acc thread...

the only wiring extensions are the apg sensor wire (stranded) and the cr and pump motor wire (also a stranded wire)

the cover open is soldered to loop as is the cdr sensor.

a simple solder extension! for both extentions

a service manual will do you great justice..

good luck!!
October 17th, 2010 05:36 PM
nemanja986
Re: Micro contoller mod for epsons

Hi German,
I ask for help. How to achieve reconfiguring some wiring at the main board of R1900?
How to avoid coming to the microcontroller?

Thanks, Nemanja
September 15th, 2010 02:58 AM
cmos
Re: Micro contoller mod for epsons

Gutenprint is available and as a Photoshop Plug-in
September 5th, 2010 03:57 AM
kido
Re: Micro contoller mod for epsons

Quote:
Originally Posted by colorfinger
Gaston, try printing with Gimp and Gutenprint... You should be able to use this in Linux, Windows or a Mac. I quit trying to print with the stock driver. Also, if the paper width sensor is the problem try putting a piece of metal tape over it. I did that a long time ago. I don't know ithat actually solved a problem. It could be that Gutenprint was my solution.

Bob ?;O)
Hi Bob

I am trying to set up my epson 1100 as a flatbed. could you tell me which version of gimp and gutenprint u r using for windows? i am getting an error with gimp 2.6.6 and gutenprint 5.2.5

thnx
September 5th, 2010 03:56 AM
kido
Re: Micro contoller mod for epsons

Hi Bob

I am trying to set up my epson 1100 as a flatbed. could you tell me which version of gimp and gutenprint u r using for windows? i am getting an error with gimp 2.6.6 and gutenprint 5.2.5

thnx
September 1st, 2010 03:44 AM
102557
Re: Micro contoller mod for epsons

Quote:
Originally Posted by janamakuza
nice2x, it really helps., thanx
just so so you know, this thread is pretty much dead...

i accomplished the r1900 diydtg more reliably without the micro-controller by implementing some wiring mods at the board..

regards
September 1st, 2010 03:39 AM
janamakuza
Re: Micro contoller mod for epsons

nice2x, it really helps., thanx
August 10th, 2010 11:50 AM
colorfinger
Re: Micro contoller mod for epsons

Thanks for the memories...
June 22nd, 2010 01:12 PM
Justin Walker
Re: Micro contoller mod for epsons

How come there are a lot of cross posts in this forum? If you review the top couple threads, each one contains redundant posts from the same people, as if to cover every major thread, as well as confusing links that lead you back to other threads (which appear, again, in multiple threads - ie, cross posting). We all really appreciate all the info, but it would be easier to follow if we applied the same rules as the other forums!
June 22nd, 2010 02:35 AM
34Ford
Re: Micro contoller mod for epsons

https://www.t-shirtforums.com/diy-dtg/t120740.html
June 18th, 2010 04:43 AM
102557
Re: Micro contoller mod for epsons

posted new video of her doing shirts..
its located at the new thread-mission accomplished "license to thrill"
June 16th, 2010 03:12 AM
102557
Re: Micro contoller mod for epsons

I have posted the video of the r1900,s birth under the new thread "a new day for diydtg builders, the r1900 has come alive)...
June 3rd, 2010 09:37 AM
cmos
Re: Micro contoller mod for epsons

Nice piece of info Jeff!

Quote:
Originally Posted by colorfinger
Well speed has to have some importance... I can see tolerating two passes but three? I plan on building a conveyor oven to heat set my shirts. This should help save time on production runs. I can envision balancing three machines. PS... I also built a six color silk screen press so I have other interests not related to DTG.

Bob ?;O)
Bob when i say 3 passes i mean 1 white and 2 cmyk
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