95% of that problem is OPERATOR ERROR!!!! it hasa hard time staing aligned,,,,,BUT.... if you are very cautious about linning it up....you can get 16-20 FOOT CUTS.... i used to do a race track wall here and cosistantly made 3' x 10 ' patterns with my PNC-1000.now you want true traking... find a PNC-1050 tractor feed 15", every bit as sturdy as a GOOBER....Pat Whatley said:Sure, with any CAD program you can get the machine to let you cut more than 60"...that doesn't mean it's going to stay on track that far. Our first three plotters were PNC 1000's and none of the three were capable of consistantly cutting 8-10' panels. That said we probably cut 4000 rolls of vinyl on them without no mechanical issues. Good, solid plotter is you can pick it up cheap.
could anyone help me to solve a problem with roland pnc-1000?
when i connect plotter via serial cabel to pc, it beebs and shows message ERROR 15, SEE THE MANUAL.
SERIAL CABLE are you sayin it comm or printer port connected....
the printer port has little snap locks to hold it in THIS IS WHERE YOU SHOULD BE....as the ERROR 15 IGNOR IT!
problem is PNC-1000 dont quite understand XP.... as it wasnt built to run in it.
you will get that message at every cut.