Moving my roland

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cmykburnley
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Moving my roland

Post by cmykburnley » Thu Apr 19, 2018 1:32 pm

Hi Guys

Im moving office next week

Im currently on ground floor, but our new office is on the 1st floor of the building.

So it needs to be hand carried up the stairs

I dont want to damage the printer / printhead

Anything i can do to make it a safe and sound transfer?

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Re: Moving my roland

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Re: Moving my roland

Post by Adam24 » Sat Jun 02, 2018 1:21 am

Hi I moved our Roland no so long ago we have 3 printers
2 of them were fine in the move but we did not move them up any stairs etc When I was looking into it previously as I wanted to move it to our upper floor in our premises It suggested putting a carriage lock on so it does not move the main thing I found was I left all the inks in and tried to make sure the carriage was locked prior to moving however did still get some issues with test printers when I turned it on.
I think I left it for a day before switching it on whereas the other 2 machines I switched on straight away and did a few prints.
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Adam

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