Custom table sizes (A3) now do appear in Print Setup, thank you for you help!
New Issue is that the XP15000 keeps insisting on using the cassette (Letter) instead of the rear feeder tray.
I have tried changing the paper settings directly on the printer (no go) and in the EKPrint RIP for XP15000 Properties (only options for trays is 12.5x16)...
would you know where else could I look and if this is an EKPrint Issue or the NW07K7 FW thing... ?
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If you want to print QUALITY transfers, there's a lot to learn, and even with a nice cheap starter printer like the XP-15000, you'll still need to invest around another $1,200 in RIP and supplies to have any hope of learning the ropes. You can only read so much before you just have to dive and and learn from trial and error. DTF is not a turn key operation. You have to enjoy a challenge, have some tech skills and most of all have determination.
Hi, You just email them and ask them for it, I'll also attach it. This will be put into the main installation folder of EKprint under your x86 programs in the EKprint folder.
For me, that is: windows (C:) program files ( x86) eukon digital, and then open the next folder with the version you have and paste it in there. if after you pasted it you find you cannot modify it, you need to change the permissions for the folder ( windows 10 problem, not ekprint problem).
X and Y are for the gap from the start of the print, and the gap from the printhead side.
for the table size, width and height is made up of " pixels". so every 720= 1 inch of space. Personally I have found to add around 10-20 pixels bigger than you want it, because if you go edge to edge, it may cut of a bit of the print. Personally, I just made it a little bigger and adjusted the gap so when I load an image, it's auto centered, I adjust the height from the top and it automatically prints in the center of the film. Easy peezy.
the Desc is what will show up as the name, ignore the MM portion.
Set as default when turned to 1, makes that one the automatic platen size when you open ekprint, set the others to 0. Only one can be the default.
If you want multiple custom page sizes, simply name them ( or copy and paste) and count up, like Portrait2, portrait 3. etc.
EKprint Manual talks about being able to setup custom Table sizes by configuring the custsize.ini file in installation, however i am not able to locate that file at all on the whole OS...
any pointers? (I have spent hours googling to no avail...)
thank you very much!
This is my test prints I printed on this printer, and I printed about 100 copies in total of the course of several days, including cmyk+white prints. Without issues after learning how to use this printer. This is with EKprint.