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Orange arrow Magenta (Red) Ink is running or bleeding when printing with the Tuffcoat Extreme label stock. (LX400-LX810)

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  This article applies to the following stock: -Tuffcoat Extreme Clear Gloss Polyester-Tuffcoat Extreme White Gloss Polyester-TuffCoat Extreme White Matte Polypropylene (BOPP) To take advantage of the highly water-resistant features of this material, you must reduce the Ink Saturation setting in th...
Orange arrow How to Disable Driver Signature Enforcement in Windows 8.

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  How to Disable Driver Signature Enforcement in Windows 8. From the Metro Start Screen, open Settings (move your mouse to the bottom-right-corner of the screen and wait for the pop-out bar to appear, then click the Gear icon). Click ‘Change PC Settings’. Click ‘General’....
Orange arrow How do I correctly load the label stock to avoid feeding and printed image offset problems?

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  Article # 207934 - How do I correctly load the label stock to avoid feeding and printed image offset problems? Incorrect loading of the label stock is the number one reason for horizontally or vertically offset images and a variety of other feeding problems. Below is a top view of the printer with...
Orange arrow At what point do the LX800 / LX810 / LX400 printers warn for low ink? Can warning points be adjusted?

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  At what point do the LX800 / LX810 / LX400 printers warn for low ink? Can warning points be adjusted? The printer warns at the following points: 10% early warning - still printing well 0% faded, noticeable quality degradation -10% one color completely missing ...
Orange arrow When adding a barcode on top of a graphic, the barcode does not appear. It is behind the graphic. (Nice Label SE)

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  When adding a barcode on top of a graphic, the barcode does not appear. It is behind the graphic. (Nice Label SE) 1. Make sure that you add the graphic, text or barcode objects in the order that you want them to appear. In other words, if you add a second object after the first object the second o...
Orange arrow What rights or permissions are required for Primera Printers? Can I print from a user (non-admin) account?

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  To print from a user (non-admin) account, grant the rights below. For any Primera printer follow these steps. 1. Printer Rights. After installing the Printer driver, the administrator must open the Printers Folder, right-click on Primera Printer and click Properties. Click on the Se...
Orange arrow Continuous rotating fast flashing lights appear when the unit is powered on. (LX800-810)

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  Continuous rotating fast flashing lights appear when the unit is powered on. (LX800-810) The sequence below is normal while the unit is starting up. This takes approximately 30 seconds.If you have the following flashing light sequence that continues for more than 30 seconds after you power on the...
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Orange arrow How do I find the firmware version of my Primera product? (Mac or PC)

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  How do I find the firmware version of my Primera product?Finding the Firmware Version on a PC. 1. Go to the Start Menu - Choose Printers and Faxes.2. Right Click on the Printer Driver - Choose Printing Preferences.3. Click on Clean/Change Cartridges & Check Ink... as shown below - Choose Prope...
Orange arrow What are the label and roll specifications for the LX800 or LX810?

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  LX800/810 Label Specifications Test all custom made label stock with the intended printer before ordering large quantities!Primera’s TuffCoat High Gloss and Semi-Gloss label materials have been specifically designed to be highly absorbent to allow water-based inkjet inks to dry quickly. Whil...
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Orange arrow How do I print to the LX800-810-400-900 from Adobe Acrobat Reader? (PC Only)

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  How do I print to the LX800/LX810/LX400/LX900 from Adobe Acrobat Reader? (PC Only) 1a. Open the image that you would like to print. If there is white space around the label the page size may be too large. See 1b and 1c for further instructions 1b. (optional). Click the Snapshot tool found on the ...
Orange arrow What is the difference between RGB and CMYK Color environments? What are PMS (Spot) colors?

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  What is the difference between RGB and CMYK Color environments? What are PMS (Spot) colors? “CMYK”, “RGB” Each of these acronyms refers to a method of building colors for different environments. RGB The one that you are perhaps most familiar with (or aware of) is RGB. I...
Orange arrow How do I over bleed the printed image so I can ensure the image covers the entire label? (LX800-810-LX400-LX900-LX2000)

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  Overbleeding forces the printer to print beyond the edges of your label to compensate for the printer not accurately placing the images on the label. The printer has a small margin for error (Approximately +/- 0.5mm) when it comes to placing an image on the label. Adjust these settings in the pri...
Orange arrow Can I print two different or the same sized labels (front and back) consecutively using an LX Series Label Printer? Can I print multiple pages?

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  Use the following procedure to print two consecutive labels: If you are printing two labels consecutively that are different sizes use the procedures below. If you are printing two labels that do not meet the minimum height requirement of 0.75" you may use the procedure below to combine two of ...
Orange arrow How do I completely remove and reinstall a Primera printer driver on Mac OSX 10.5 - 10.12

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  1. Unplug the USB cable from the back of your unit. 2. Go to Apple - System Preferences - Print & Fax. 3. Select your printer listed on the left pane of the window and click the minus (-) button. 4. Delete the files/folders from the following from the HD. To find this folder, Se...
Orange arrow How can I print circular or round labels using the LX Series Printers?

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  How can I print circular or round labels using the LX Series Printers? Circular, nonstandard label shapes or multiple labels across will require precise adjustment of the label sensor. If you are using circular or other non rectangular die-cut labels make sure the sensor is set to the very top of ...

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