- Daily Maintenance for Ri 1000
- Weekly Maintenance for Ri 1000
- Weekly Maintenance for Ri 1000: Head Cleaning Jig
- Monthly Maintenance for Ri 1000
- Video: Replace Encoder Strip
- Video: Replace Left Ink Sump Tank
- Video: Replace Right Ink Sump Tank
- Video: Replace Maintenance Unit
- Video: Replace W1-W2 Ink Supply Units
- Video: Ri 1000 Carriage Replacement
- How to Connect the Ri 100 to Wireless LAN
- Rh 100 Finisher Operating Instructions
- Rh 100 Finisher Quick Guide
- Ri 100 Installation Guide
- Ri 100 Maintenance Guide
- Ri 100 Operating Instructions
- Ri 100 Quick Guide
- Ri 100 Safety Information
- Ri 100 Setup & Installation
- Ricoh DTG University for Ri 100
- Get Started With Your New RICOH Ri 100
- Application error on startup
- Black Screen
- Colors are wrong or missing
- Head Voltage Error
- Home Carriage Timeout
- Home Table Timeout
- Ink Cartridge Check
- Laser warnings?
- Not printing anything
- Obstruction detection
- Obstruction Sensor Triggered
- Platform didn't lower
- Platform Error
- Print engine not on
- Print Head Calibration failed
- Print is faint or has gaps
- Print Nozzle Clogging
- Prints blurry or smeared
- Video: White ink maintenance & Troubleshooting
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- Adjusting white underbase
- AnaRIP - Dark Garments
- AnaRIP - Light Garments
- AnaRIP Download
- AnaRIP Hot Folders
- AnaRIP input file handling
- AnaRIP Output
- AnaRIP requirements
- AnaRIP supported file types
- AnaRIP Templates
- AnaRIP View Types
- Calculating cost per print?
- Choke adjustment
- Color contrast adjustment
- How do I enable white ink?
- Image opacity
- Importing graphics into AnaRIP
- Installing AnaRIP
- Managing color profiles in AnaRIP
- Printing too slowly
- Video: Using AnaRIP
- What Is AnaRIP?
- White Highlight Preview in AnaRIP
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The versatility of AnaJet printers enables promotional product distributors to print logos and personalized impressions on promotional giveaway items. With AnaJet digital apparel printers, you can print on high-demand, high margin items like jackets, canvas shoes, tote bags, polo shirts, golf towels, beach towels, mouse pads, leggings, children’s clothes, pet clothing, socks, hoodies, beer koozies and more. If its flat and made of cotton, cotton blends, light polyester, nylon, rayon or spandex, you can likely print on it. Weve even seen fantastic prints on wood and glass!
Custom printed socks are incredibly popular among sports teams, youth clubs, and students. Printing on a sock is just like printing on any other garment, except because the sock is so much smaller than the print table, it can take time to tape down each individual sock in preparation for printing.
An AnaJet customer, Hayley Mullin, founded SockPrints. Hayley crafted a custom form that fits multiple socks at a time so she could print on socks quickly and efficiently. Hayley owns an mPower and sells custom printed socks to soccer teams, softball teams, Girl Scout troops and similar organizations.
AnaJet printers can print images that come alive when viewed through 3D glasses. Its as simple as designing your graphic according to the training you receive from AnaJet. The printing process is exactly the same printing any other image. Your image will look like normal when viewed with the naked eye, but will really pop with 3D effects when viewed through standard 3D glasses.
Youth, Sleeve, and Hat Platens
Print long sleeves, smaller sized youth garments and hats more efficiently.
The youth print table and sleeve print table are interchangeable with the standard print table that comes with all mPower printers, so you can easily switch between tables.
The hat platen is a neccessory that makes printing on trucker hats a breeze. It is specifically designed to contour the shape of a hat into a printable flat surface.