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  1. VladCanada

    AGFA AccuSet 1000 density issue

    Correct!
  2. VladCanada

    AGFA AccuSet 1000 density issue

    Please DO NOT sacrifice optical density in favor of Dot percentage. Use Calibrating SW instead and keep 3.6-3.8 D at solid area
  3. VladCanada

    AGFA AccuSet 1000 density issue

    Let's talk about positive image exposure and you will understand a principle of Accuset internal test file. 255 is MAXIMUM exposure level of Accuset and never been used in normal circumstances.
  4. VladCanada

    AGFA AccuSet 1000 density issue

    First of all find a line with +D around 3.6-3.8. Accuset was unable to get 4.0 Then check 50% how far you are
  5. VladCanada

    AGFA AccuSet 1000 density issue

    Please run internal density test directly from Accuset
  6. VladCanada

    AGFA AccuSet 1000 density issue

    It looks for me you have some sort of Laser Driver Module problem. You told us first job/plate looks good. May be after warming up of Accuset you have incorrect laser modulation. Please check coaxial RF cable connectors for good contact
  7. VladCanada

    AGFA AccuSet 1000 density issue

    Did you "zeroing" densitometer before reading?
  8. VladCanada

    AGFA AccuSet 1000 density issue

    Your chemistry is perfect BTW.
  9. VladCanada

    AGFA AccuSet 1000 density issue

    And what a density on 100% square exposed by Accuset?
  10. VladCanada

    AGFA AccuSet 1000 density issue

    I need to know actual optical density (D mode) not a percentage (DOT % mode)
  11. VladCanada

    AGFA AccuSet 1000 density issue

    First of all, check the density on daylight exposed piece of film to find a culprit: Accuset or film processor.
  12. VladCanada

    Dec board Avantra 44s

    My post above was a little brief as well. Not only chips replacement, but reprogramming the board because one of chips is soldered on-board. I want to know the problem of Avantra forcing you to purchase new DEC board.
  13. VladCanada

    Dec board Avantra 44s

    That board for Galileo CTP, so all logic to manage machine is different. You have to replace almost all chips from sockets on all board and place them on the new one.
  14. VladCanada

    code error 13 and 165

    AGFA does not support Avantras anymore. To avoid error 13 - remove and inspect safety switch installed on the Avantra's frame. It it damaged - make a short cut between two wires to put 24V DC via safety line. Error 165 -Inspect Digital Encoder small wheel touches the rail properly. Just look...
  15. VladCanada

    Anyone heard of retired AGFA technician named Ed Quinlan works on Avantras?

    Hi Duane, If you have problem with Avantra, I could help you as well. I've seen Eddy last time at AGFA HQ in 2005 on Advantage training, yeah... many years passed.
  16. VladCanada

    Accuset 1000 plus - Service Manual / Advice on shipping

    I think shipping bracket for Take-Up Motor has been lost, but use some plastic foam to put it under Take-Up Motor platen and use tie-wraps to keep Tensioner Arms closed and out of vibration. That's all you need to move the Accuset by truck.
  17. VladCanada

    Agfa Galileo

    AGFA has never released Installation Manual, meaning AGFA trained servicemen should do that job.
  18. VladCanada

    DPM 2340 Scratches on Plates - Can't figure it out.

    You have to inspect the whole plate track from the Imagesetter to Processor. Dried activator on some places (after splashes) works like sand particles. Wet rug plus water should help you.
  19. VladCanada

    avantra 30 error 64

    Yes, it's possible. But you have to re-program it with proper software using AvDiag/Unidiag
  20. VladCanada

    avantra 30 error 64

    It''s a Flapper jam. Look inside the drum to see any mechanical problems first.

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