Question about Canon imagePROGRAF Office Equipment & Supplies
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: canon ipf750/upgrade firmware
I would first check the linear scale.That`s a small plastic strip ,positioned along the total lenght of the rail.Mind you ,I don`t have a ipf8000.But maybe the systems are the same.The linear scale is under tension ,by a metal spring.Check if the strip is not hanging loose.Also check the strip (linear scale) on dirt or ink splashes.If so clean it with alcohol (that`s what I did on a ipf5000).The scale runs through a slit ,at the back of the carriage.There are light grey patterns on the scale.The sensor on the carriage reads them ,and thus knows the position of the printheads ,with respect to the rest position.Check if the scale runs smoothly through the slit.
Posted on Feb 27, 2013
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