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I have a Mimaki JV33-160. I printed earlier today and noticed all of my images had lines in them. I cleaned it and printed again but had the same result. Any suggestions would be great!


could be a faulty cartridge or the printer head is not clean .. try cleaning that and reinstall the cartdge ..

if that does not help .. then call 1-877-805-1027 for expert help

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that an internet explorer problem try this (http://www.solvusoft.com/en/errors/runtime-errors/microsoft-corporation/internet-explorer/0x05-internet-explorer-8-error-code-0x05/

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Hello. I have a Mimaki JV33BS Plotter (1.6m print width). Suddenly as from couple of weeks ago the plotter started printing some black dots everytime there is an image or color to print. This dots are...


Sounds like a cleaning issue.

Drivers for your printer can be downloaded from here:

http://www.mimaki.co.jp/english/download/uc_index.php

Manuals available here:

http://www.mimaki.co.jp/english/download/manual/#jv33

You may want to review page 158 of the PDF of your Operation Manual with respect to Troubleshooting when Image quality is poor. This document points to a number of sections with respect to specific cleaning requirements.

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I had a similar problem with an HP flatbed printer on backlit material. I corrected it (mostly) by lowering the print head to the sheet. Yeah, sounds crazy, and you might have to use a profile which uses less ink, but not only did it clean up the white areas, it sharpened the color edges. Even more important to have clean material and machinery, of course.
I would think that lowering the head would cause blurring and smears, but no. Also, the material I was using had been changed by our supplier, which explained why it worked great before and not now. Suppliers frequently swap items for cheaper material, even replacing one option with their cheaper choice, telling me "OH, it's the same thing."
Yeah, right. Good Luck!

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