Reinitialize Roland VersaWorks Software
Under certain situations it may me necessary to Re-initialize the Roland VersaWorks Software application. Corrupt files and may be causing the program to crash. This is a good way to reset the program without reinstalling the program. First thing you should do is get the IP address of your printer, if you do not already know what it is. You can find this from VersaWorks by selecting from the Printer Tab, Printer Settings. This will show what the IP Address is currently set for your printer. It is important that you make note of what this number is, it will be needed later. Before Initializing the application you should backup and save all of your jobs from the RIP, they will be cleared out when initializing.
Go to the Start Menu under All Programs you will see a folder Roland VersaWorks with in there is you will see Initialize Application . Click on Initialize Application to begin the Initialization of the program.
You will now have to input the settings in VersaWorks. When opening VersaWorks type in the IP Address of the Printer. Enter the Numbers that you made note of earlier. Click Verify, then Apply
Enter the Preference Settings. From the Edit Tab select Preferences. This will give you a pop up window with Preferences. Under the General Tab if you like to work in Inches or Centimetres this can be changed here. Under Tab Roland@Net Check the Box for “Check for Updates Automatically and Notify”.
Select the Frequency Every Week is a Good option.
Under Update options Have the Check Box Selected Download Media and Color Profiles
Select the Button “Only for the Current Printer and Ink Type” otherwise you will be downloading files you don’t need.
To Set your Queue Settings
From the Edit Tab then select Edit Queue A Settings
From the Pop up Window Queue A Properties
in the File Format Tab section Change the EPS margin to 0.03 to ensure your cut lines or edges are not hidden.
Check both Boxes for Convert Spot Color and Convert Special Color From the Printer Controls Tab Section Change all Drop Downs to Use Printer Settings
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Roland Announces VersaUV LEJ-640FT Flatbed UV Printer
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