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I have an Epson XP-15000 converted to DTF and using Digital Factory v10 to rip.

All of the sudden I am running into paper jam issues when attempting to print anything using CADLink. I have attempted 3 different media types from both the tray and rear feeder.

I do not have issues printing a test page from Windows using either tray or rear feeder. I am bewildered and frustrated. Any ideas?

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9 hours ago, Kristamarie said:

I have an Epson XP-15000 converted to DTF and using Digital Factory v10 to rip.

All of the sudden I am running into paper jam issues when attempting to print anything using CADLink. I have attempted 3 different media types from both the tray and rear feeder.

I do not have issues printing a test page from Windows using either tray or rear feeder. I am bewildered and frustrated. Any ideas?

Reach out to Cadlink, they offer very quick support and can get you squared away quickly. 
 

I know the printer gives false paper jam errors sometimes, so there’s that. When test printing in windows are you using dtf film, or with Cadlink are you using paper? 

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5 hours ago, johnson4 said:

Reach out to Cadlink, they offer very quick support and can get you squared away quickly. 
 

I know the printer gives false paper jam errors sometimes, so there’s that. When test printing in windows are you using dtf film, or with Cadlink are you using paper? 

I have tested both ways.

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