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August 12th, 2011 05:54 PM
EVLIND
Re: The Journey R1900 Build

Quote:
Originally Posted by buscadordecaratu
Sorry for my bad iglesista am translating with google, the problem I have is that I'm building Printer shirts with the R1900, I've installed it, now I'm trying to print, but the impression I get tripled from the car not done twice in the same place, do not you should do if I have to align head or has no solution

See if you can translate again so we can try and help. Or you can put this in your language and I can try and translate with something besides google translate.

Thanks
July 31st, 2011 09:47 AM
buscadordecaratu
Re: The Journey R1900 Build

Sorry for my bad iglesista am translating with google, the problem I have is that I'm building Printer shirts with the R1900, I've installed it, now I'm trying to print, but the impression I get tripled from the car not done twice in the same place, do not you should do if I have to align head or has no solution
July 13th, 2011 01:57 PM
EVLIND
Re: The Journey R1900 Build

Quote:
Originally Posted by kenji815
awesome thread.. this make me want to get starting on building my own DTG printer.
Thanks,
I kind of lagged on it was busy with work. Check out German13 thread "license to thrill", Its a great thread and people are great there. Page 36 should be the plans for the V2 R1900. I built the thing and have not printed anything in awhile have been doing a bunch of screen printing.
any questions let me know.
Brian
July 13th, 2011 11:19 AM
kenji815
Re: The Journey R1900 Build

awesome thread.. this make me want to get starting on building my own DTG printer.
April 11th, 2011 03:48 PM
DTFuqua
Re: The Journey R1900 Build

The monster energy didn't show any watermark. What did you print it with ? a RIP or the epson driver?
April 11th, 2011 02:11 PM
EVLIND
Re: The Journey R1900 Build

Well, I jumped back into it today and finally got it running. I knew I was close and kept getting a error when I went to print. Come to find out it was the driver. I reinstalled the driver and did not expect the thing to print. I turned around and it was PRINTING! Thanks to German and Spider and all the others that helped with this project. I am on cloud 9 for now until I run into another problem. But, hey it was awesome to do something you were really gun shy in doing. Sorry this thread took a dump due to work and issues. I am ready to do it again with a compact model hopefully the V3 will be out soon to view.
April 9th, 2011 01:27 PM
EVLIND
Re: The Journey R1900 Build

Wow awesome to see drdeath almost ready to go. I am back from Florida The Magic Kingdom for a week and was thinking about my machine most of the time. I will be building the adjustable platen to see if it was the size of the platen that threw it off during printing. I had someone but some aluminum 13x19. I will hopefully have some better news later tonight.
April 8th, 2011 10:09 PM
colorfinger
Re: The Journey R1900 Build

Gorilla Glue! Trust nothing else... You'll just go bananas!!!

OK, late and getting giddy... g'nite all!

Bob ?;O)
April 8th, 2011 08:02 PM
102557
Re: The Journey R1900 Build

Quote:
Originally Posted by DTFuqua
Hey Paul. Go to Lowes or Home Depot and get the cork shelf paper with the sticky backing. Pretty cheap and no messing with glues.
doubt the self stick will stay on long term, running the printer constantly..
April 8th, 2011 07:32 PM
DTFuqua
Re: The Journey R1900 Build

Hey Paul. Go to Lowes or Home Depot and get the cork shelf paper with the sticky backing. Pretty cheap and no messing with glues.
April 8th, 2011 06:55 PM
feclark
Re: The Journey R1900 Build

200 miles away from the beast. Will be home sat night and do some work and tape. I better keep up or mythbusters will take my audience!
Quote:
Originally Posted by shirts456
Hey Guys, If you are looking for cork sheets, go to Autozone. They sell it. It's used for gasket material and comes in a roll. Ummm... Frank, I'm waiting patiently for the next video...
April 8th, 2011 06:38 PM
shirts456
Re: The Journey R1900 Build

Hey Guys, If you are looking for cork sheets, go to Autozone. They sell it. It's used for gasket material and comes in a roll. Ummm... Frank, I'm waiting patiently for the next video...
April 8th, 2011 11:45 AM
drdeath19134
Re: The Journey R1900 Build

Quote:
Originally Posted by colorfinger
Shipping will cost $50.00... Why don't they just throw it in the trash?

Bob ?;O)
Don't know or care I got as described on my desk. Could have packed a little better but what the hell it already broken
April 8th, 2011 06:10 AM
colorfinger
Re: The Journey R1900 Build

Quote:
Originally Posted by feclark
Epson R1900 Printer ~Broken~ Sold as parts ~ | eBay

Ebay new printer without printhead $50.00 free shipping
Shipping will cost $50.00... Why don't they just throw it in the trash?

Bob ?;O)
April 8th, 2011 04:53 AM
feclark
Re: The Journey R1900 Build

We should start a problems and solutions.thread. I will search the forems for things like this to bring together one place. Found problem and found solutions. Would be a incredible thing.
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