So its 12 more rounds!

Discussion in 'Xerox iGen3 & iGen4 Digital Presses' started by Smooth-Operator, Jul 17, 2017.

  1. Smooth-Operator

    Smooth-Operator Member

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    I'm back in business, after 4 years trying other things in my work life.
    Last printing site I was hired we had canon image press... we never really became friends. But I got like 6 years experience with iGen3 and iGen4... the iGen4 had an inline up coater. This morning I probably have to do a belt change, can't remember the whole process. And I'm started off here in the holiday season (in Denmark you get 6 weeks paid vacation a year) so we are only 2 operators running day and night shift. If anyone could throw in a link, or a quick guide. I would really appreciate it! Greetings from the Copenhagen surburbs
     
  2. peels

    peels tree killer :)

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    changing a PR belt?


    EASY. heres how I do it. (no training i just figured it out) :)

    1 open area 3(transfer)
    2 pull open the PR belt drawer handles.
    3 carefully slide out.
    4 turn the belt tensioners so it releases
    5 remove belt
    6 clean rollers with clean rag and alcohol.
    7 on goes new belt., align as best you can with marks on outboard edge.
    8 turn Tensioners.
    9 slide back in carefully.
    10 lock both handles.
    11 close area 3.

    then

    run auto belt setup. if you get tracking errors. open it up re-align and redo 7-10

    then run programs 951 and TRC.
     
  3. Neess

    Neess Senior Member

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    Hvilket firma arbejder du for? ;-)
     
  4. Smooth-Operator

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    Thanks alot peels, just needed a reminder ;)
     

  5. Smooth-Operator

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    Neess ikke laserprint, gør du da det Neess ;)
     
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