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Default Re: Texjet Rip v7 and Uk suppiers

Originally Posted by zerg71
I have a second TexJet PLUS which have on its cover "advanced". It have new system of tables (easier changing without scrubs). I had to install other computer with RIP 7 casue on the first I have v 6.

My mate from work downloaded it from devstudio.it/polyprint and tried to install it on Windows 7 but several errors occured during the installation (can't read/copy file etc, you can retry/ignore/cancel). What he did is retry, retry, retry... ingore

What's interesting RIP works but since yesterday I found a problem. When I send a print, the file is computing. It shows that computing is 100% but waiting for a sending. It sends only after my table is in home position. What's more I can't see what's printing in a printer manager even when it's already sended and is actually printing.

Guys, do you know any other source for a RIP 7? Maybe the file was corrupted or sth? Or you have any other tips?
Hi Zerg, if I understood correctly you are describing the normal operation of the RIP software. The actual print can only start when the table goes to the home position. And one of the new features of v7 is that the ripping/printing procedure happens 'on the fly'; meaning that the information doesn't have to be written in the printer queue first, but it's sent directly to the printer (this is why you can't see it in the printer properties).
Regarding the actual RIP, just make sure you have the latest version (1132 build) and if you are using Windows, make sure to connect the printer through the 'Windows Printer' option (not auto).

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