The USB calbe is not long enough to connect my computer and the plotter. I would think there should be some information in the manual for the unit you bought First of all, I have to say that this forum is amazing. Posted August 2, The plotter cuts perfectly with the wireless printserver. Thank you so much for your help.
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Do you have any idea how to check it without any doubt? The USB calbe is not long enough to connect my computer and the plotter.
Posted August 1, Does the print server allow 2 way communication??? No, no, the problem is not the communication. First of all, I have to say that this forum is amazing.
Eindows this post Link to post Share on other sites. The problem is that i can not open the cutting controller program for use the options.
Sign in Already have an account? The fact that it shows up as being connected is only by the parameters set by the drivers all it does it take the information from certain fields and “re display” that for the name of the connected device it does not necessarily mean that it actually knows what device the print server is connected to I can not run the cutting plotter controller, so I can not access to the configuration parameters like media orientation, desing orientation, Registration Marks, conditions That I am not sure of If your server is a 1 way it will only allow information to be sent from the computer to the cutter Thank you so much for your help.
Are wondows any solution for this problem? The nature of the error you are receiving tells me the computer is sending a signal to open the program in the cutter but not receiving a signal back relaying the information so as a default it assumes that the cutter never received the request so the default action is to flag an error just saying it is not connected to the computer I would think in order for those options to work the cutter has to be able to communicate back to the computer I decided to create and account to start posting.
Already have an account? I use to visit this forum searching help and I always eindows a way to do things.
I looked on their site in the general info area but I didn’t see anything that looked to be any help Hi all, First of all, I have to say that this forum is amazing.
I would think there should be some information in the manual for the unit you bought Create an account or sign in to comment You need to be a member in order to leave a comment Create an account Sign up for a new account in our community. After a few configuration. I know with some of the lower end machines Not Graphtec of course even on USB they will not communicate 2 ways until you connect via serial cable I would double check the settings on windkws print server and verify it will allow the printer cutter in your case to communicate back to the computer Register a new account.
When I try to run the cutting controller it tells me that there is no plotter in the USB port It windowws right it is connected by and IP Are there any solution for this problem?
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Posted August 2, The Cutting Controller Cs5000 is built into the cutter, in order for that to relay information back to the computer you have to have a connection that always 2 way communication. The plotter cuts perfectly with the wireless printserver. I was trying inkcut for Inkscape and there is no version for windows. Sign In Sign Up.
If there are a solution, the Wireless print server could be the best buy i could made afeter the office change. Searching in internet i found a possible solution, buy a wireless print server, so.
IE The cutter needs to be able to “talk” back to the computer, if your print server does not allow information to be transmitted back to the computer then you will not be able to access programs within the cutter.