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  1. I've just gone through the process of converting a second hand Epson P600 for DTF and thought I'd document some of the steps I've taken, settings I use etc. - it may help someone else attempting the same Needless to say, there will be nuances and variations around your particular setup. The info below represents the outcome of trial and error, Googling and researching etc. (putting it all in one place - I wish I'd had this before I stated *grins*). I'm using AcroRIP 9.0.3 Step 1 - Removing the Rollers Don't be daunted by this, it really is very simple. A small flat bla
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  2. Rip software is available for this printer, I just purchased 3 of the refurbs for short run sheet only use, for one of them anyway. as for the ciss, that’s a waste of money. Get some refillable carts from aliexpress for $20 and just swap them out every 15-20 prints. A ciss, with white ink is a major headache. However, if you insist on a CISS, just use those same $20 carts, with a cheap $10-15 6 color ciss ink tank. $150 is highway robbery. my intentions: remove rollers make chipless use 3 sets of refillable cartridges for ink, swap them when they come close
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  3. I’ll check exactly what it was tomorrow, and post my exact settings and the photo of the results for my specific printers( p400,P800)
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  4. When setting up the port, use LPR instead of raw. It’s in the tabs at the top when your selecting the printer port. LPR makes it indirect, it processes faster and does what it should do now. The guy told me it should be raw, and that’s all the “help” I got in that aspect, which didn’t work in my situation. if usb, go in device manager and right click the printers USB port and disable power management. I use WiFi so this wasn’t an issue, but can be. you can also go under settings and check “ enable advanced blah blah” and see more printer settings. So you can run YM
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