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Help with Epson 4800 print speed.
Posted by: biaoguangsign (123.115.144.---)
Date: February 13, 2014 10:31PM

Hello all,
I am having issues getting my Epson to print the Max speed that I know it can.
My rip is film maker v3 and I'm running an all black ink setup. My settings seem to be correct but it is printing at a 2x black speed. I have seen my supplier's 4800 bang out films. Mine is set bi-directional but his prints what it looks to be about 3inches per stroke. Mine is printing maybe at 1inch per stroke. The final product is of the same quality just the speed is not. Thanks to everyone.

Re: Help with Epson 4800 print speed.
Posted by: Adproduct (124.192.129.---)
Date: February 22, 2014 11:38PM

Make sure in filmmaker its set to bi directional. I was setting it in the advanced setting of the driver filmmaker uses but was still printing uni-directional. I may have had to check a box to get filmmaker to over ride the settings. I seen your other post about the films. I also had similar problem and the problem ended up being I had paper set for 13x19 in filmmaker but the diver was set to 11x17 although this is on my 1400. When I had my 4800 it was an upgrade to print from filmmaker. Now I wish I hadn't sold it.

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