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I have a quick question...

We recently switched to useing roller frames over static. Were printing on a 6/4 Riley Hopkins. We bought 23X28 frames...the problem were having is that the frames don't touch the pallet when down, so they just kind of float there....with the pallets pulled all the way out.

We used to just tape a quarter to the end of the static frames to ensure our off contact stays the same. With the larger frames, we can't do this anymore. Any ideas? I appreciate the help!
 

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Oh, it's not printing poorly. We check off-contact for every frame and every job we print. I had a 1/8 piece of lexan cut to space the frames from the pallets. We just prefer that solid contact of the taped quarter on the frame hitting the pallet when you drop the frame. That way we're ensured that the frame doesn't dip at all and stays perfect through the print. Thanks for the post!
 
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