We already tried lowering ink limits without any success. You have to copy an existing profile and rename it in order to change the ink limits. I think we lowered it by 20% and it was the same as before.
We are using the correct orange/light black profile and have tried many others. My distributor has been out twice trying to correct the issues but no luck.
I don’t feel it is an Avery issue as we are having the same problem using Arlon and their profiles.
We have tried many profiles suggested by Roland and still have issues.
Yes we also have a set up with a fan which blows down. After a wrap is printed the material is uncoiled and rests on the fan. The wrap can sit on the fan for days then it goes to get laminated. Still tacky.
I’ve been in contact with Roland the past month. I also shot a video explaining the issues. They told me they were working with Avery to see what is happening but haven’t heard anything. Hopefully the dryer solves the problem
I'm going through the same exact issue and have tried bumping up the heat as well with no luck. Tried many different profiles and also reduced the ink levels. This is also happening on other materials and not just Avery. I tried Arlon SLX+ material with slide technology and it did not work...
Yes we are using Versaworks. Have tried all of the profiles Roland has suggested in discussion with them trying to resolve this. We are installing an additional heater next week to trying to rectify this. So frustrating.
I have a Roland TruVis VG2 and have not been happy with it. We do a lot of wraps and the dry time needed is a couple of days and it is still a little tacky. Install takes much longer than with a latex printer.
For the past several months we have had issues with our Roland TruVis VG2 and wrapping. After printing we let the material dry for a day or two then laminate. The vinyl would stick immediately to the vehicle and was difficult to reposition so it made wrapping tough. We are using Avery cast...
These settings are what I use on my Multicam 3000 router
50 speed, 30 plunge, 14800 spindle, climb cut, 1 pass for 1/8" bit
If it is just round edge panels you could use 1/4" bit with these settings: 148 speed, 60 plunge, 14300 spindle, climb cut, 1 pass
I also bought a Rollover last month and have also had issues with silvering. It can do everything except mounting clear laminate as bubbles are everywhere. They do mostly go away after 24 hours but they are still noticable. Their youtube videos show mounting clear laminate but of course it...
The bubbles appear immediately after applying clear laminate to decals.
Rolls Roller replied to my concerns and they said it was silvering which will go away in 24 hours. I would say this almost true but still have probably 10% of the bubbles are still there after 48 hours.
Of course they...
I've had an XC-540 for 13 years and ran it daily. I bought a TruVis VG2 and love it. It has the orange ink cartridge and the colors really pop. I've had it a couple months now without any issues and all the little issues I had with the XC-540 are solved with this printer.