the 1390 do it too, i 'm actualy printing on aluminium with it, with a ciss that could support the solvent ink, cause the solvent disolve the tubes with some CISSIs the r1900 print head capable of running solvent inks or eco-solvent inks without damage to the head?
i have the same problem the last week , and when i puted some ink into the head print with seringue and tube ( black for exemple) and put the cartridge i could print only black, after tried an another main board , head print ..... Almost everytime I try to print or perform a head clean, some of the carts indicate they are empty and I have to go through a very frustrating and long process trying to reset them and fuffing arround before it thinks it is OK to print.
yes put a few of cleaner fluid on the sponge with seringue but after you need to do a head clean to see if the cleaner fluid gone to the waste bottleIf the capping station and pump are working correctly, you should see ink coming out of the waste ink tubes. You could also try to put a few drops of cleaning fluid on the capping station and using a syringe, pull from the waste ink tubes. Cleaning fluid should fill the syringe. Printer needs to be turned off of course.
not very difficult it seems the same procedure as1390 and 1400, i use L key to do it, just find the hole push a little and same thing in the other side after you put it up slowy, you don't need to touch the printhead just disconnect the wire of CISChmm thats great news, your suggesting to replace the one in the picture? the csic assy (coolest name in the printer, the Asic Assy)
never took the printhead out, hope i can do it. difficult?
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i'm also in a doubt if i want to continue to use white ink, my brain says no, but if you see a white shirt rolling out the printer i'm always amazed from the result . the one thing i just cant stand is the pretreatment. its ugly. since i havent had much/no problems with white it i will keep using white for a while. i fill the capping stations every night with cleaning solution completely and shut the ink lines with a clam.
for me the whats really bothering about the dtg printing technique is the limited control over colors. in that field i think EK rip is limited and i should have done more research before i bought it. i hear other people talk about installing profiles, i wish ek has that option.if you print a company logo it needs to be correct colors. i cant get that with EK rip. its always off. my calibrated profiled regular printer can produce perfect color, you can tell the difference.
EK support told me that the ICC profile is build into the program..... what kind of answer is that? the whole purpose of a custom profile is that it measures your specific color situation and creates a file to compensate for offset by the hard/software. how can it be build into the software....
for the this as i said you just need to remove the CISC not the print head, i use thisfor the printhead removal you need to make this metal hook they describe in the manual?
how is your job going
with this support the axe is at 90° at same postion i thinkis this " self aligning"and what actually occurs self aligning in this bearing?talking about axial aligning...
push the ink switch to put the the cariage on left side , like when you want to change cartridge, instaed of change this cartridge , you put the twoo small switch on OFF like there is not cartridge , and put back to ON like you have change this cartridges.Jeff, because my poor English, please explain again this procedure, step by step simpler please