Is there such a thing as a supported printer. Currently using the Epson 7880, but XMF does not support it. you can print to it, but to make a 2 sided proof required much thought (had to punch paper and use a pin bar).The printer has clogged printheads, that will not clean...We have been down this road before, and I know that it is cheaper to buy a new one, then to get it fixed. I am looking for suggestions before I hit up the boss.Thank you
Quote from: Farabomb on April 06, 2016, 01:39:41 PMIt's more like grip, grip, grip, noise, then spin and 2 feet in and feel shame. I once knew a plus-sized girl and this pretty much describes teh secks.
It's more like grip, grip, grip, noise, then spin and 2 feet in and feel shame.
I used to make backed-up proofs, too, but instead of mc hristel's method I would glue a small item (a flat Lego worked great) to the Epson where the white paper alignment line is and when I loaded a sheet I would make sure it butted up against the Lego. Print one side, then flip the sheet and re-load (again, butt up against the Lego) and print the second side. Using this method it was important to accurately enter the sheet width into the rip (we used ORIS Color Tuner at the time). We'd have to tweak the width number a bit each time we opened a new box of paper, but for the most part our backups were within 1/16".
It's way easier than gluing sheets together!