Vinyl Express Vinyl Cutter: Difference between revisions

Added Inkcut scaling values for this cutter.
(Added instructions for connecting over IPP from Windows)
(Added Inkcut scaling values for this cutter.)
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Plug in Vinyl Express Q60 into your computer. Under device and printers you should see an unspecified ‘USB Printing Support’. Right click and select ‘Troubleshoot’. It should automatically install the drivers, and then identify the Vinyl Express Q60 under Printers and Faxes.  
Plug in Vinyl Express Q60 into your computer. Under device and printers you should see an unspecified ‘USB Printing Support’. Right click and select ‘Troubleshoot’. It should automatically install the drivers, and then identify the Vinyl Express Q60 under Printers and Faxes.  
   
   
=== Network Access (July 2019) ===
===Network Access (July 2019)===
The vinyl cutter is available over IPP at http://172.16.2.215:631/printers/VinylExpress_Q60  
The vinyl cutter is available over IPP at http://172.16.2.215:631/printers/VinylExpress_Q60  
Linux and Mac devices should handle this fairly well (install the generic text-only driver). Windows 10 needs IPP support enabled, you can do this with PowerShell...  
Linux and Mac devices should handle this fairly well (install the generic text-only driver). Windows 10 needs IPP support enabled, you can do this with PowerShell...  
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WARNING!: When on the ready screen, you can adjust the Force, Speed, Quality, etc. A Force of 14 barely didn't cut all the way through, and 35 ripped the vinyl. Force of 20 seems like the best average setting.
WARNING!: When on the ready screen, you can adjust the Force, Speed, Quality, etc. A Force of 14 barely didn't cut all the way through, and 35 ripped the vinyl. Force of 20 seems like the best average setting.
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=== Inkcut scaling settings ===
x = 2.86
y = 2.93


==HPGL vs. GPGL - Inkcut on Linux==
==HPGL vs. GPGL - Inkcut on Linux==