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  1. So, I’m probably going to take this design and build up from it, since I understand the concept and it works. this build used mainly repurposed materials. I’ve always done things like that( I like making stuff) and not care about the aesthetics, I’m not a perfectionist and always want to try and utilize what I already have. With that said, Since I’m taking it serious this time, I’ll do a few things differently to make a better, almost as cheap end result. I will make a list of materials, cost, and where I obtained them. I will also make very specific instru
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  2. Version 1.0.0

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    Print these color swatches so you can match your colors in your artwork to what you'd like it to look like after being printed.
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  3. Any printer with a bulk ink system will suffer the same issue, Which is ink settling. Just do a head clean or two and it should be fine, however, the longer it sits, the more buildup you'll get. If you want to avoid wasted ink, use a printer with ink carts, like the P400. Carts sit directly on the head. Once your done printing, load cleaning carts, do one head clean or two and it can sit as long as you want. When you are ready to print again, load ink carts, do a head clean. The p400 uses next to no ink on the head cleans, so ink waste is next to nothing and you always get perfect print
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  4. Yup, exactly. This is definitely an odd one. I'm happy I was able to reciprocate some help back your way with the roll feeding.
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  5. So the changes I'm going to make: Add a permanent extension on the roll feeder, basically like a piece of film or teflon that I can run through the unit and connect to the film coming out of the printer to prevent waste. That way, from start to finish it will have a full pull/powder. IT sucked trying to get those first few prints through everything correctly. Add a temperature controller/hood to the flash dryer. The ink cured in under 2 minutes( more like as soon as it touched the hot platen), yet would be under the heater for roughly 5 minutes ( it prints 2" a minute and its 15" w
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  6. I'll look into this as I have code and connections to control the feed roller to position the film for the L1800 in roll mode but haven't built the printer yet.
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  7. Oh I’m sure, probably even free. I seen it when looking up acro 10. I’m just referencing in case it helps
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  8. Adruino is in the box, I’ve currently got it turning 2” worth of film every minute and 20 seconds for the take up roller. I’ll adjust that as needed though. But this a where it’s at currently. Crude, but maybe it will work.
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  9. Build 2, I'll give you the $20 bucks. Looks great!
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  10. The shaker looks great! I can't wait to see more!
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  11. Hi there I bought a xp-15000 to transform in dtf, but now I don't know what to do I took the rollers out and now I'm stucked with the ink what should I do and what should I use to set it up properly?
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  12. I’ve used the p400 with 10ml carts. I got 30 prints 8x10 before I had to stop and refill them with DTF. I would recommend just having two sets of refillable carts and swap them when needed. Easier to refill with a syringe than keep all the ink mixed up in the ciss and tubing, not to mention the proper height. It’s rather annoying, messy, and overall a huge PITA in comparison to just having a spare set of cartridges ready to go with ink, In my opinion. If your looking to print a lot, and fast, probably not the best printer to go with.
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  13. I use EKprint because it’s simple, quick and efficient. Acro rip, I don’t like. I wasted a couple months using it and just outright hating my investments. Some people like it and get good results, I never did. The color settings were hard to get right, it took forever to process the image when printing, among other limited settings and the fact they are all pirated. I Went with EKprint, and can run 4 printers at the same time, make my own platen sizes. For me anyway, EKprint was super easy to understand, has minimal adjustments to get a decent print all around and I can print on the fly very
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  14. Version 7.6.4

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    Purchase the license from EKprint.
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  15. Version 1.0.0

    184 downloads

    Epson P600 Adjustment Program
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  16. Version 20.0.0

    1,169 downloads

    This code is a full version intended for use with our V2 AIO and shield boards. Can also be used with a standard Arduino Uno. Settings are for the Epson P600 Requirements: encoder and bounce2 library in Arduino IDE 5v to 3v step down on the PE and ASF signals to protect the Epson 30 tooth pulley
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  17. Version 1.0.0

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    The quality of the artwork can make a huge difference in your print quality. Here are a few pieces of art you can test print.
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