Wide Format Forum

It's here! A high quality, easy to install exit tray for the Ricoh wide format devices that will allow stacking of "E" size prints/copies to the front of the device. In addition, it's less than half the cost of the Ricoh OEM stacker tray. I was able to install one of these prototypes on a clients device, took me less than 15 minutes to install!!! Click the link http://solutionconfigurator.vz.nl/#b/37/m/793/p/275Read More...
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W6700sp help!

Jmdeshane
Hello ! I'm a newer to this role and brand new to wideformat. I have a potential new customer who currently has an Oce. I have proposed the W6700 and he seems very interested. However he does E size prints and not sure about the rear exit output compared to what he is used to. I am looking for some feedback on what your customers liked and didn't etc. Also since wideformat is new to me I tried looking for a good video of the W6700 in action and had no luck. Does anyone have any video links...Read More...
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Displaying one GdViewer region in another GdViewer

Hi. I am probably missing something really obvious but I am still new to this and am stuck so I thought I should write this. I have 2 GdViewers and the first viewer displays a full-sized large image from a disk file. I have managed to create a visible mouse-clicked selection rectangle within the first viewer by using the SetRectCoordinatesOnDocument method. It works well. What I want to do is then take that selection and display it within another GdViewer. However, I would like the original...Read More...

Oce PlotWave 450 Scan Question

Art Post
I'm reading the brochure for the OCE PlotWave 450/550. On page 9. I'm reading that the device will scan 47.9'/minute. Rounding off we get 48'. Thus to find the speed of inches per second I need to take 48x12=576 inches and then divide that by 60 seconds for a speed of 9.6 inches per second. Is this true? If so, that's really fast when compared to other devices. Can someone clarify?Read More...
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Wide format Glossary

For those of you just starting in the wide format industry, I have attached a glossary of terms PDF that I have collected over my many years in this business. I hope it may assist in your sales efforts. https://cloud.azon.com/index.php/s/3b8p63vARjlDvlcRead More...
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Oce Plotwave 340

Jason H
Can anyone tell me some info on the Oce 340. I have googled and googled but there doesn't appear to be a lot out there or at least from my searches it seems that way. I took down a new client with 3 MFP's but they weren't doing anything with the Oce yet. I was wondering about how old it was, street price (he has basic machine with scanner), and any pro's or con's especially against the Ricoh 3600 series. Thanks in advanceRead More...
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T2300 print head leaking issues

Art Post
Curious if someone can help. Of course I am looking to upgrade this device, however also looking to see what the issue may be for the HP T2300. The client has replaced all of the ink cartridges, in addition with all of the print heads. The system will not cycle up to a ready state and keeps repeating that all ink head replacement has not finished. In addition, every time we re-boot the system their is a puddle of black ink located on the right side of the carriage under. Can anyone help with...Read More...
We have an ink cartridge that holds 100ml he cost for the cartridge is $65. $65/100 = .65 per milliliter of ink I'm told that the amount of ink used in a standard wide format drawing would be under .1 milliliter per square foot. Let's call it .1ml for one square foot. The cost would then be .065 per square foot. Is this correct?Read More...
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Croation company Azonprinter is showing their flat-bed Azon Matrix printer at FESPA. The new printer can print on media up to 200mm in height whilst also having the ability to print cylindrical and cone objects thanks to a specially designed Azon Rotax adapter. It is understood that the Azon can offer the Matrix printing solution with bed sizes; 700 mm x 1900 mm / 700 mm x 2500 mm / 1200 mm x 3300 mm and offers three printing technologies DTG, DTS, and UV-LED which makes the unit suitable...Read More...
At booth #603, GMG ColorServer and PrintFactory powered by GMG demonstrate easy ways to assure exceptional productivity and color accuracy. Two of the most important things sign print providers look for are automation to produce materials as quickly as possible to feed their digital inkjet printers, and color management to assure that artwork matches corporate brand colors, as well as other materials at the point of purchase. GMG ( www.gmgcolor.com ), the leading developer and supplier of...Read More...
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