Please answer me! Why couldn't I printing on silver type plastic. Cards gone/run throw this printer but without printing.After that I've seen "card jam", but inside is'nt card. If I use other type (white or other) cards usualy print this card. I've tried to turn off sensor (it help if i use black card) but for this situation don't help for me. do you have ideas for this situation!
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Re: Printing problem with silver type plastic cards
Silver-type cards contain aluminum powder which changes the paper properties. Paper can't more electrically charged for the electro photographic process or become more thermally-conductive cooling down the thermal-transfer head...
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I had this problem today and think I've figured it out. Take a sheet of plain paper and two little pieces ot clear 'scotch' tape. Tape the blank sheet behind the business cards at the top/feeder edge and try again. You may need to tweak it a bit more but it stops it from printing so far up.
go into your printers folder from the start menu on your computer. right click on your printer folder and select printer preferences. Under the page setup tab you can select the paper size and type of printing you want. if you select the card type you should be able to print business cards
The silver-type card contain aluminum powder that's changes the paper properties. Card can't more electrically charged for electro photographic process, or become more thermally conductive, cooling down the thermal-transfer head...
0.126 is not a Magicard error number. On a Rio 2 printer, the error number will be displayed on the LCD display. It should look like 02:?? or 04:??, etc.
Are the cards feeding out of the hopper?
How far into the printer have they gone before you get the error?
Are any of the dye film panels printed before the card gets stuck?
Are the cards ejected when you click on 'OK'?
The most common reason for the dye film sticking to the cards are if they already have overcoat printed on them (you can not print over overcoat). Also, if you are printing very dense images, try selecting 'ColorSure' mode in the printing preferences, Try reducing the YMC printhead power in printing preferences.
unfortunatly is sounds like a "print head" type of problem. By printhead I am refering to the assembly that causes the film to transfer to the card.
I would suggest creating a card project that has a full photo as the background.
This will show you if the streak runs the length of the card.
It could just be dirt or an obstruction in the card path. Try the alcohol cleaning cards.
Dissassembly of this printer is a crap shoot.
I have done it once. It is one of those things that is best left to someone good at printers or best by someone experienced on these.
if all else fails call a dealer like Datacard and ask about depot repair.