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  1. #1
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    Cant print crop marks in Versaworks.

    Hello,

    I cannot print the crop marks when using Versaworks. I am able to print black in the job but the black crop marks didnt print. Ive done 2 cleanings and no changes. Does anyone have any ideas what could be wrong? thank you

  2. #2
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    What model of Roland? Do ya see the dancing ants?

  3. #3
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    These might be stupid questions, but were you ever able to print crop marks before?

    And on the "Mark" settings menu, did you check off "Print Crop Marks"?
    Ronna

  4. #4
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    Quote Originally Posted by BobbyFosson View Post
    What model of Roland? Do ya see the dancing ants?
    sp300v, i see the dancing ants in versaworks.

    Quote Originally Posted by SoCalN8V View Post
    These might be stupid questions, but were you ever able to print crop marks before?

    And on the "Mark" settings menu, did you check off "Print Crop Marks"?
    yes ive done this many times. i havent done a print crop marks in about 2 weeks. i think ive also updated versaworks since then. i thought maybe a update had something to do with it.

  5. #5
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    Did your nozzle check/test print come out clean for the black head?
    Depending on your art setup, you may be getting a rich CMY mix producing a faux black.

    When printing, does it make the motions like it's trying to print the crop marks, but doesn't?
    Most notably is the speed difference, it will kick in and do a standard speed print, pause, then if you're in high quality it will switch into high quality mode which is a noticeably slower and less noisy print speed.

    Only other thing I can think of to mention is when you go into your settings, make sure you have the image selected in the preview pane, it will have a blue outline around the image/what you're cutting, then go to Marks and making sure Crop Marks is checked. I've had some issues with losing my selection before and scratching my head trying to figure out why options are greyed out/not functioning right because the image wasn't selected.

  6. #6
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    All the above, and make sure you are not selecting a 'banner profile' as well.

  7. #7
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    Yep, or a profile for paper, backlit, etc.. anything that's non-vinyl.

  8. #8
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    thanks for all the tips. winds up it was a clog issue. i was able to clear the clog and its working fine now. thanks again!

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