Epson Stylus D88 user manual

User manual for the device Epson Stylus D88

Device: Epson Stylus D88
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Date of adding : 2014-05-08 12:45:26
Number of pages: 18
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Epson D88
Instruction Manual
Tel: 01332 855 085
Technical Support: 01332 858 333
Fax: 01332 855 080
V2.0 July 2007

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CONTENTS Section 1 Driver Installation & Setup Page 1 Installing & setting up the Epson D88 Printer CorelDRAW setup Section 2 Page 2-3 Installing & setting up the Xpres Subli-Print colour profile Printing Section 3 Page 3 Printing with the Xpres Subli-Print colour profile Bulk feed system Section 4 Page 4-10 Installing the Subli-Print bulk feed system Section 5 Templates Page 11-12 Working with CorelDRAW sublimation templates Page 12 Tips on using templates Sublimation ink Section 6 Page 12 Tips

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Installing & Setting up the Epson D88 printer Insert the Epson Stylus D88 software CD-ROM into your CD-ROM drive. The CD will auto run. Select 'Custom Install' from the menu, as in diagram 1 below. When Diagram 2 appears click 'Printer Driver'. It will display diagram 3, click OK and it will copy files to your computer. Make sure the USB cable is connected to the PC and printer, then turn on the printer as instructed in diagram 4. After the utility has found your printer it will confirm this as

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Setting up CorelDRAW 10 onwards Before you start this section you will need to download the Xpres Subli-Print colour profile from the Xpres website. The address is You can also find the profile on the Subli-Print CD supplied with the bulk feed system. This disk can also be sent out upon request. Close CorelDRAW. When you have downloaded the 'Subli_Print_D88_V1.icm' colour profile, right click on it and choose 'Install Profile' from the top of the menu. Note: The

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3. Monitor: Select the ICC profile for your monitor (If you also have Adobe Photoshop on your system you can select the profile you created in Adobe Gamma). You may also check out the website of your monitor manufacturer for ICC profiles for your particular monitor. If you do not have an ICC colour profile use the 'Generic Profile' instead. 4. Internal RGB Space: Select Internal RGB Fraser (1998) 5. Save your settings: Click the + button and name your settings Subli-Print then Click OK. Core

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D88 Bulk Feed Instructions 1 2 6 4 3 5 ITINERY 1. Bottles and cartridge assembly (pre-filled and including 2 small clamps for fitting to printer housing). 2. 10ml Syringe 3. Small needle (only required for re-priming, see page 7) 4. Large extension 5. 4 x air filters 6. Subli-Print CD (including colour correction profile and instructions) 4

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Turn on the printer and press the ‘ink’ button. When the printhead has moved to the cartridge removal position unplug the mains cable from the printer. This allows the printhead to be manually moved. Remove any cartridges from the machine. Remove all the small bungs from the bot- tles. (do not throw these away as you will need these for re-filling the bottles) Using the long needle attachment on the 10 ml syringe draw any ink out of the centre chamber (through the small hole

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Place the bottles to the left of the printer as shown. NEVER PLACE THE BOTTLES HIGHER THAN THIS (If the bottles are placed higher then the ink may siphon into the bottom of the printer.) Make sure there are no twists in the tubing. Feed the cartridges through the opening in the printhead lid. (If you have previously removed this lid already do not worry as it is not necessary for the operation of the system). Push the cartridges down firmly until they snap into positio

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Remove the backing tape from the black clamp on the tubes and fit it to the printer housing as shown. Plug the printer back into the mains supply and the printhead will move back and forth then perform it’s initial ink charge. During this ink charge you should see the ink flowing through the tubes near the connectors. The air you may see in the tubes is not signifi- cant and will not affect the operation of the system in any way. 7

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After the ink charge print out a nozzle check to see if all the colours are printing correctly. If they are, you are set to go. If not perform a head clean and test the nozzle check again. You should see an improvement on the next nozzle check. If still not perfect you can perform one or two more head cleans (do not overdo this exercise) until you get a good nozzle check. Occasionally a printer will stubbornly refuse to print a perfect nozzle check af- ter a couple of head cleans. There can

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Re-filling the bottles Remove the air filter and replace it with the small rubber bung (that you did not throw away). Remove the large rubber bung. This prevents the centre chamber filling up with ink. (6 colour set shown here) Fill the chamber through the large opening. Replace the large rubber bung first! Then remove the small bung and replace the air filter. If this sequence is not followed and the centre chamber is allowed to fill with ink use the procedure t

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Re-priming a system that air has been allowed to infiltrate. If ink is allowed to fall below the recommended minimum levels on the bottles it may be possible for air to get into the tubing and ultimately into the cartridge. This will prevent the printer working (colours completely missing on nozzle checks). This is completely different to the tiny amount of air in the tube during first install and the air needs to be removed to re-prime the system. Press the ink button on the prin

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Working with templates In this section you will learn how to open a sublimation template, import an image and use the power clip tool to fit the image to the template. For this exercise we will use the 9cm² square coaster. If you have had an installation by an Xpres engineer, you will find the templates in a folder on your desktop called 'Xpres'. Otherwise you can either download these from the Technical Support section of our website You can also find these on the

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Working with templates continued Diagram 1 If your image does not fit the power clip correctly first time, right click on the image and choose 'Edit Contents' from the drop down menu (diagram 1). You can also click on Effects > Power Clip > Edit Contents. Drag the image (you will see the image and the template on the screen) until you have it in the right place. You can even re-size the object in the 'Edit' state. When you are happy with the image placement, right click and choose 'Finish

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Introducing CorelDRAW & its tools CorelDRAW is an extremely powerful program of which you will probably only need to use half of the tools and features of the program. In this section we will introduce you to the tools in CorelDRAW and what they do and also take you through the most common tasks you will need to complete in CorelDRAW. Below is an image of the toolbox in CorelDRAW with explanations of the tools based on Corel 11. Pick Tool Each of the tools shown here except the Pick tool and th

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CorelDRAW's most common tools The Pick Tool This is the main tool that you will use in CorelDRAW, it is used for manipulating anything onscreen in the main window and also for selecting and using any of the other tools, holding the left mouse button and dragging a box will select anything within the area that you drag over, clicking an object onscreen with a single left mouse button click will select individual objects. The Zoom Tool When you select the Zoom tool your cursor will change to a m

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Common CorelDRAW tasks continued Sizing images There are many ways to resize an object in CorelDRAW. You can click and drag the selection handles around the object by using the pick tool. Property bar Object Non-proportional Object Scale position scaling/sizing size Selection factor on page ratio handles You change the dimensions of an object proportionally by preserving its aspect ratio. You can size

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General troubleshooting and tips Useful CorelDRAW tips To ensure CorelDRAW performs at it's best, click on Tools > Options, click on 'snap to objects' and un-tick the 'snap to objects on (ALT+Z)'. Now click on the + next to 'Text' and click on 'Quick correct'. Un-tick all five boxes. Depending on your system memory you can increase the memory usage available to CorelDRAW (default 25%). If CorelDRAW is sluggish and running out of memory try increasing this (20% increments recommended). To see th

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