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    Re: shift image in wide format mpw6700

    I did not understand your point .. What do you mean by make scan to jump drive .. Please explain more to help me solve the problem and thank you in advance

    by the way i connected the device to pc laptop and made scan to folder and i did scan to laptop then when i tried to print the scan file and matching with the original theirs was also shifting and not matching

    Please help me because you are an expert on the equipment wide format, as I am aware of your words and your answer

    best regards my friend


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    Re: shift image in wide format mpw6700

    Quote Originally Posted by JDYAL View Post
    So you are trying to get a copy to match an original perfectly? You would spend days changing settings trying to get a perfect match. Scan your image to a jump drive and print 2 copies from that an then they will match.

    I did not understand your point .. What do you mean by make scan to jump drive .. Please explain more to help me solve the problem and thank you in advance

    by the way i connected the device to pc laptop and made scan to folder and i did scan to laptop then when i tried to print the scan file and matching with the original theirs was also shifting and not matching

    Please help me because you are an expert on the equipment wide format, as I am aware of your words and your answer

    best regards


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    Re: shift image in wide format mpw6700

    Is image skewed or is it just magnification out, check your image adjustments page 412 of manual, remember 0.3% is 2.5mm over the width of A0 paper. Your copy could be in specification. Never expect perfection from a copier.


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    Re: shift image in wide format mpw6700

    Quote Originally Posted by en. View Post
    hi all

    I have a new installation device when a customer takes a map there is a slight image blurring(shift image ) about 1ml

    i did all correction and sizes but same problem
    ok is it a blur or offset?

    are they printing on velum ? ( looks like to me )

    you are taking a print... scanning it and you have blur/offset or is it STAIR STEPS? what resolution are you scanning from/to?

    if you print the internal prints what do they look like?

    what if you print from your lapper ...scan it back? same issue? (ruling out their pc/network BTW did you ever give specs on that?)


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    Re: shift image in wide format mpw6700

    Quote Originally Posted by en. View Post
    thanks for your responding ....the original paper type is ( translucent)?Attachment 40408Attachment 40409Attachment 40410
    ok SORRY just saw this.. is paper direction top to bottom of the pics?

    with CLEAR media you might have to reduce scan lamp intensity ( or declare that type to scan ) or have them back up the original with a sheet of bond or opaque )


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    Re: shift image in wide format mpw6700

    Quote Originally Posted by en. View Post

    1)I did not understand your point .. What do you mean by make scan to jump drive ..

    thumb drive - USB stick

    2) by the way i connected the device to pc laptop and made scan to folder and i did scan to laptop then when i tried to print the scan file and matching with the original theirs was also shifting and not matching

    did you preview the file once scanned to your PC? did it display properly?

    best regards my friend
    try the things we have suggested and get back to us.


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    Post Re: shift image in wide format mpw6700

    Quote Originally Posted by Phil B. View Post
    ok SORRY just saw this.. is paper direction top to bottom of the pics?

    with CLEAR media you might have to reduce scan lamp intensity ( or declare that type to scan ) or have them back up the original with a sheet of bond or opaque )
    yes sir its direction top to bottom ...So that the picture is clear to you .. Simply when the customer makes a copy and then compares the original copy and copy there is a and sekw difference between the two maps by 1 mm


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    Re: shift image in wide format mpw6700

    1mm, within specifications.


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    Exclamation Re: shift image in wide format mpw6700

    Quote Originally Posted by davel View Post
    1mm, within specifications.
    what??


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    Re: shift image in wide format mpw6700

    There are to many variable on wide format printers. You will never get a copy to match perfectly to an original. Fuser speed, fusing temp, paper feed and all scanning adjustments will never allow this. If you make 2 copies of the same map and overlay them they should be fairly close. If you copy from an original and overlay them they almost always will never line up.


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