Re: 1280 going berserkers

From: Clay Harmon ^lt;[email protected]>
Date: 05/03/05-02:40:14 PM Z
Message-id: <27846ec71e89d66e72ab70507c82c191@wt.net>

I have not had a chance to try out any of the proposed solutions as of
yet. I had some work to get out the door that I ended up doing as
imagesetter negatives. They worked very well, and have a noticeable (at
least to me) improvement in sharpness over the inkjet versions. I am
debating whether to continue with the inkjet route altogether except as
a way of making quick proofs.

CH
On May 3, 2005, at 1:01 PM, Jeremy Moore wrote:

> Clay, did you find a fix for this problem or did you just switch over
> to the 2200? I'm curious as my printer developed the exact same
> problem this week :(
>
> Jeremy
>
> Clay wrote:
>
>> Umm….. Maybe…. Although, it really looks mechanical. Also, we have
>> had a pretty nice spring so far. We are not back into the tropical
>> humidity yet. The humidity right now is about the same as it has been
>> since October.
>>
>> I think I will change the ink carts, run the alignment utility a few
>> times, and run some cleaning cycles. Maybe tape a dime to the sole of
>> my shoe, wear some garlic around my neck, and hang a few crucifixes
>> around the printing area…
>>
>
Received on Tue May 3 14:40:47 2005

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