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Colorip machines to run on Versaworks

I saw your posting about get an older soljet pro II to run on versaworks. I have a Versawoks SC-545ex and possibly getting an older Pro II that runs on Colorip. I world like to run both machines from Versaworks. If is as simple as changing the dip switch settings on the main board and changing the print head order I'm in. I was Roland service tech before Versaworks came out. I do know the difference dip switch configurations and I have the service manual for both. Please let me know if this is correct. Thanks.

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