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Re: Pizza Tracks



Even Epson done like them.
The pro9000 is using a Teflon wheel instead of the spike metal ones.
Regards

K.T.Chan

"J. Arthur Davis" wrote:

> Stephen:
> I am really not sure of the purpose of the wheels. It seems like a lot
> of the printers have them. I know my HP 2500 and 3500 have them. They
> are a real pain. On my 3000 I just got tired of fighting them and took
> them all out of the machine and put them in a can.
>
> I have not had any feed problems even with the thinnest of papers. I
> think they were used as some type of guide. One slight problem I have
> noticed is with the heavier stocks, if they bow slightly the print head
> tends to scrape the edge of the paper. If the wheels were in there it
> would hold the paper flatter and this problem would not exist. In very
> dry weather this doesn't seem to be as much of a problem. The addition
> of the ink doesn't bow the paper as much.
>
> Jim Davis
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> Stephen Jennings wrote:
> >
> > Seems some folks suggest shimming the pizza wheel housing, and some suggest
> > removing the wheels all together.  Seems to me the wheels must be there for
> > a reason, and shouldn't be removed, but it also seems to me that as long as
> > they are there at all, the problem will continue.  (sound of gnashing
> > teeth)!?  Any advice one way or the other?
> >
> > STEPHEN    JENNINGS
> >     P h o t o g r a p h e r
> > Cambridge, MA
> > sgjennin@ix.netcom.com
> > >
> > >> Could someone direct me to instructions for eliminating
> > > >the pizza wheel tracks from an Epson 750?
> > >
> > > I forgot to direct you to another site also.  See:
> > >
> > > http://www.citilink.com/~cooper
> > >
> > > bob snow
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