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Re: Thoughts on Stylus Pro 7600 conversion

 by Andy ¦  Fri Oct 20, 2017 6:24 am ¦  Forum: General - Start Here ¦  Topic: Thoughts on Stylus Pro 7600 conversion ¦  Replies: 1 ¦  Views: 8

It could be done. I'm not sure I'd assume it will be easier.

Every model has different covers and sensors that you'll need to study exactly how they work.

Doing a new model is a pretty big task compared to say a p600 that others have documented and the code works with

Re: 0xF3 Error on P600

 by Andy ¦  Fri Oct 20, 2017 5:30 am ¦  Forum: General - Start Here ¦  Topic: 0xF3 Error on P600 ¦  Replies: 24 ¦  Views: 960

It's giving you the 0xF3 error correct? Someone posted yesterday on the Facebook group the same 0xF3 error. He came back and said adjusting the belt tension on his encoder wheel fixed it. It's a balancing act to get that encoder wheel in the sensor right since the rod was cut and they are less stable.

Re: 1430 build with complete kit

 by Andy ¦  Thu Oct 19, 2017 12:53 pm ¦  Forum: DIY DTG Tutorials - Build your own T-Shirt Printer ¦  Topic: 1430 build with complete kit ¦  Replies: 29 ¦  Views: 2470

Thanks, that makes sense. Every time I try to print, the platen tries to move back past the limit switch and stalls. Then I get the out of paper error. If I press the 'paper' button on the panel, it does the same thing, but then I get the error code '0xF3 PS BS Drive Timeout Error'. When I run the ...

Re: 1430 build with complete kit

 by Andy ¦  Thu Oct 19, 2017 11:13 am ¦  Forum: DIY DTG Tutorials - Build your own T-Shirt Printer ¦  Topic: 1430 build with complete kit ¦  Replies: 29 ¦  Views: 2470

Thanks, that makes sense. Every time I try to print, the platen tries to move back past the limit switch and stalls. Then I get the out of paper error. If I press the 'paper' button on the panel, it does the same thing, but then I get the error code '0xF3 PS BS Drive Timeout Error'. When I run the ...

Re: 0xF3 Error on P600

 by Andy ¦  Thu Oct 19, 2017 10:24 am ¦  Forum: General - Start Here ¦  Topic: 0xF3 Error on P600 ¦  Replies: 24 ¦  Views: 960

Much appreciated, as always, Andy. I'll try to change the encoder strip, and if need be the pf sensor, this Saturday. I'll keep you posted. Thanks, Dave I would concentrate on the encoder wheel, encoder wheel sensor and the ribbon cables for it. I had someone recently have the same error and there ...

Re: 0xF3 Error on P600

 by Andy ¦  Thu Oct 19, 2017 9:14 am ¦  Forum: General - Start Here ¦  Topic: 0xF3 Error on P600 ¦  Replies: 24 ¦  Views: 960

No . . . I had this error once before when I first built my P600 and now know it was due to how I built my DTG Printer using the videos from T-Dozer. Bottom line is I didn't cover up the CR and encoder strip and really the whole printer while I hacked up the frame and cut out the CR rod. But cleani...

Re: 1430 build with complete kit

 by Andy ¦  Thu Oct 19, 2017 7:15 am ¦  Forum: DIY DTG Tutorials - Build your own T-Shirt Printer ¦  Topic: 1430 build with complete kit ¦  Replies: 29 ¦  Views: 2470

For the 1430 the feet don't match up to the holes on the printer base. Assuming the paper edge sensor is somewhere in the print head -- where does the platen need to be w.r.t. to the print head when I start the print. Right now it's just behind the print head. It needs to be behind. It's best to do...

Re: Vertical? Why does everyone go horizontal?

 by Andy ¦  Mon Oct 16, 2017 1:17 pm ¦  Forum: DIY Pretreat Machine ¦  Topic: Vertical? Why does everyone go horizontal? ¦  Replies: 6 ¦  Views: 90

I think Lawson made a vertical pretreater ? Not sure if its still in production. Yes, that is the first pretreat machine I ever saw in person and that's when I realized the prices being charged for these machines are a joke. I don't see how moving a nozzle is harder/easier than moving a garment. Sp...

Re: 3D Printed Platen height adjuster

 by Andy ¦  Sun Oct 15, 2017 12:13 pm ¦  Forum: Platens and Substrate Holders ¦  Topic: 3D Printed Platen height adjuster ¦  Replies: 19 ¦  Views: 607

reptilesink wrote:
Sun Oct 15, 2017 11:33 am
adjustment spindle.jpgadjustment spindle.zip
Thanks for the files. The sharing is very much appreciated and helpful

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

 by Andy ¦  Sun Oct 15, 2017 12:12 pm ¦  Forum: General - Start Here ¦  Topic: how many ink-channels are enough for the DTG ? ¦  Replies: 2 ¦  Views: 125

You'll need 4 channels for the CMYK colors and 4 more for white. You could do 3 white but you'll lose speed trying to put down enough white ink.

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