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Re: how many ink-channels are enough for the DTG ?

 by ddelgrande ¦  Sun Oct 15, 2017 10:42 am ¦  Forum: General - Start Here ¦  Topic: how many ink-channels are enough for the DTG ? ¦  Replies: 2 ¦  Views: 108

Sometimes freeware ain't free. If you purchase EKPrint you can configure the channels so yellow would work.

Re: Epson P600

 by ddelgrande ¦  Sun Oct 15, 2017 10:39 am ¦  Forum: General - Start Here ¦  Topic: Epson P600 ¦  Replies: 1 ¦  Views: 187

Regarding the waste ink reset, if you use EKPrint as your rip it has a reset as part of its utilities.

Re: 0xF3 Error on P600

 by ddelgrande ¦  Fri Oct 13, 2017 5:00 pm ¦  Forum: General - Start Here ¦  Topic: 0xF3 Error on P600 ¦  Replies: 15 ¦  Views: 890

Yes, I get the error when printing. Now this all worked for months using EKPrint and then it got hot and I didn't print as often as I should have and then the 0xF3 error occurred. The one thing I noticed cleaning the encoder strip and wheel is the encoder strip has what looks like a smear located on...

Re: 0xF3 Error on P600

 by ddelgrande ¦  Fri Oct 13, 2017 3:32 pm ¦  Forum: General - Start Here ¦  Topic: 0xF3 Error on P600 ¦  Replies: 15 ¦  Views: 890

So why is it that I can run a print purge or a nozzle check and not have a problem but when I try to print color bars from EKPrint Studio I get an 0xF3 error. You would think for the number of times I have run a print purge/nozzle check I would get at least one 0xF3 error. Does the encoder not come ...

Re: 0xF3 Error on P600

 by ddelgrande ¦  Wed Oct 11, 2017 4:54 pm ¦  Forum: General - Start Here ¦  Topic: 0xF3 Error on P600 ¦  Replies: 15 ¦  Views: 890

The thing I notice is the printhead zis never over the capping station when the 0xF3 error is thrown. Most of the time the printhead stops on the right side of the carriage return; a few times in the middle and never on the left side. Yeah I think you need to look closely at that encoder wheel. Ove...

Re: 0xF3 Error on P600

 by ddelgrande ¦  Sun Oct 08, 2017 8:15 pm ¦  Forum: General - Start Here ¦  Topic: 0xF3 Error on P600 ¦  Replies: 15 ¦  Views: 890

The thing I notice is the printhead zis never over the capping station when the 0xF3 error is thrown. Most of the time the printhead stops on the right side of the carriage return; a few times in the middle and never on the left side.

Re: 0xF3 Error on P600

 by ddelgrande ¦  Sun Oct 08, 2017 5:05 pm ¦  Forum: General - Start Here ¦  Topic: 0xF3 Error on P600 ¦  Replies: 15 ¦  Views: 890

So the dreaded 0xF3 error is back. I had this problem once before but cleaned the encoder strip and wheel and all was well. This time nothing is working. I clean the whole printer: encoder wheel, encoder strip, print head, capping station . . . my car! ;) The printhead goes anywhere from 5 to 30 pas...

Re: Hello from Argentina

 by ddelgrande ¦  Fri Sep 08, 2017 4:03 pm ¦  Forum: Introduce Yourself ¦  Topic: Hello from Argentina ¦  Replies: 6 ¦  Views: 150

Which begs the questions "How many t-shirts can you print using white ink before a major part fails?"

Re: Epson SC-P600 Error Codes and troubleshooting

 by ddelgrande ¦  Fri Sep 08, 2017 3:59 pm ¦  Forum: General - Start Here ¦  Topic: Epson SC-P600 Error Codes and troubleshooting ¦  Replies: 14 ¦  Views: 2207

I bought a board from Compas Micro with the understanding that it was not set up by Epson and would not likely be able to get it to run. I gave it a shot by downloading an image from a good P600 board I had but that didn't work. Hence I gambled and lost $80. It sounds like the board you bought was n...

Re: P600 first use: Epson original Ink or Textil Ink?

 by ddelgrande ¦  Fri Sep 01, 2017 9:20 am ¦  Forum: Inks, Pretreat, Supplies ¦  Topic: P600 first use: Epson original Ink or Textil Ink? ¦  Replies: 3 ¦  Views: 191

Yes, use the Epson inks and make sure you've purchased a chip resetter and a set of refillable cartridges which you will use to flush the ink lines when you change over to DTG Inks. Best way to flush the lines is with wicreset.

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