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L25500 Pinch Roller Marks

Offline ttlcntrlprint Posted 11-11-2011 - 01:23 PM
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ONYX PH X10.1-i1 Pro
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HP L25500-HP Z6100's-Summa S160T

Hi list, has anyone experienced problems with the L25500 pinch rollers? I've had a nightmare this week trying to print onto a Latex static cling media. The marks show for the first two or so metres rather badly, then they gradually start to fade.
Tried changing the heaters to a lower setting but this hasn't helped.


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Christian
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Offline ttlcntrlprint Posted 11-16-2011 - 02:48 PM
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Hi list, I've now spoken to HP support and they are fully aware of this problem but cannot provide a remedy.

Christian Macey
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Offline bigbly Posted 11-18-2011 - 10:45 PM
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Roland Soljet III x 2, HP5500, HP L25500

(11-16-2011 02:48 PM)ttlcntrlprint Wrote:  Hi list, I've now spoken to HP support and they are fully aware of this problem but cannot provide a remedy.

Christian Macey

You can get a similar thing happening for the first 200mm or so if the heat settings aren't right. Check out the PDF for troubleshooting image quality problems.
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Offline ttlcntrlprint Posted 09-03-2012 - 11:42 PM
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Hi bigbly, thank you for the reply. This does seem to be another heating problem for the Latex.
IMHO, this Static Cling media shouldn't have been recommended for use by HP without them thoroughly testing it.
Static Cling is a very soft substrate so when heated becomes a nightmare.

P.S Another media which had to be improved for the Latex is the HP Polyester Mesh supplied with the Latex L25500 in HP's welcome pack. HP had to make a complete new machine for this media to work. <G>

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Christian
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