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SL-D3000
Administrator's Guide

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    SL-D3000 Administrator's Guide...

  • Page 2: Copyrights And Trademarks

    Seiko Epson Corporation’s operating and maintenance instructions. Seiko Epson Corporation shall not be liable for any damages or problems arising from the use of any options or any consumable products other than those designated as Original EPSON Products or Epson Approved Products by Seiko Epson Corporation.

  • Page 3: Table Of Contents

    OPEN SOURCE SOFTWARE LICENSE TERMS. . .82 Settings/Maintenance SEIKO EPSON CORPORATION SOFTWARE Performing Maintenance ..... . . 15 LICENSE AGREEMENT......90 System Operation Settings/Inspections .

  • Page 4: Setup And Maintenance

    Setup and Maintenance Setup and Maintenance You can perform printer maintenance and check printer status from the Client PC. You can set the user authority to "Operator" or "Administrator". Available functions differ depending on the authority. SL-D3000 Maintenance Utility screen (when using as an Operator): You can perform a Pre-operation Check, Post-operation Check, Printer Information, Settings/Maintenance, , and check Error History.

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    Setup and Maintenance SL-D3000 Maintenance Utility screen (when using as an Administrator): "...[AD]" is displayed in the title bar on screens in Administrator's mode. You can perform a Pre-operation Check, Post-operation Check, Printer Information, Settings/Maintenance, Acquire Log, Add/Delete Printer, and check Error History. In Printer Information, you can check the printer's status.

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    Setup and Maintenance Button Settings/Maintenance Functions Menu Operator Adminis- trator Large Items Medium Items Small Items Settings/Maintenance System Operation Installation Settings/Inspections Information Settings (01) (011) Settings for Optional Equipment (012) Printer Operation Settings(013) Print Condition Image Quality Settings/Inspections Settings (021) (02) Paper Settings (022) CR Unit...

  • Page 7: Pre-operation Check

    Pre-operation Check Pre-operation Check Click Pre-operation Check on the Client PC to start the printer. In Pre-operation Check, the printer starts after the items that need to be checked manually have been displayed. Furthermore, when Printer PC is connected to the printer, Printer PC starts automatically. Tip: See the "SL-D3000 Operation Guide"...

  • Page 8: Post-operation Check

    Post-operation Check Post-operation Check Click Post-operation Check on the Client PC to shut down the printer. When the printer is shut down in Post-operation Check, and Printer PC is connected to the printer, Printer PC closes automatically. Tip: See the "SL-D3000 Operation Guide" for more information on the Post-operation Check. U "SL-D3000 Operation Guide"...

  • Page 9: Printer Information

    Printer Information Printer Information You can confirm various types of printer information. Checking Printer Information On the Printer Information screen, you can check the printer's settings, remaining amount of consumables, and so Select the printer you want to use from the Registered Printer List, and then click Printer Information. Tip: In the following situations, the Printer Information button is unavailable.

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    Printer Information On the Printer Information screen, you can check the printer's settings, remaining amount of consumables, and so on. Item Explanation Printer Name Displays the printer name. Printer Status Displays the printer status. Standby The printer is ready to print. Printing The printer is printing.

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    Printer Information Item Explanation Ink Level Displays the remaining amount of ink. "Caution" is displayed when ink is running low. "Error" is displayed when the amount of ink remaining has fallen below the minimum limit. The ink cartridge is grayed out when the ink cartridge is not installed, or if there is a problem with the ink cartridge.

  • Page 12: Changing User Levels

    Changing User Levels Changing User Levels You can change the user level from Operator mode to Administrator mode. Display the SL-D3000 Maintenance Utility or the Printer Information screen. While holding down the Ctrl and Alt keys on the keyboard, press S (or s). The Enter Password screen is displayed.

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    Changing User Levels Enter the password, and then click OK. The user level is changed to Administrator mode. Tip: O The administrator password is "0000". O Restart this SL-D3000 Maintenance Utility when switching from Administrator mode to Operator mode.

  • Page 14: Settings/maintenance

    Settings/Maintenance Settings/Maintenance You can perform maintenance operations such as Print Head Unit cleaning and calibration, as well as manage settings. Performing Maintenance You can select each maintenance function on the Settings/Maintenance screen. When performing maintenance in Settings/Maintenance, make sure that the p light on the printer's Operation panel is on before starting operations.

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    Settings/Maintenance Select the function you want to use. You can make settings by selecting a function from the menu on the left. Click Back to close the Settings/Maintenance screen.

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    Settings/Maintenance When the Printer Information screen is displayed, click Back to close the screen. This completes this section.

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    Settings/Maintenance Available functions on the Settings/Maintenance screen: Large Items Medium Items Small Items Setting Contents System Operation Installation Displays the printer's information. Settings/Inspectio Information U “Installation Information Settings” on page 20 ns (01) Settings (011) Settings for Change the settings for the optional equipment. Optional U “Settings for Optional Equipment”...

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    Settings/Maintenance Large Items Medium Items Small Items Setting Contents Printer Operation History Check errors that have occurred, the number of prints, Adjustment/Maint (044) and the number of head cleaning operations in the enance (04) printer. U “Operation History” on page 59 Parts Replacement Register Check the replacement date for parts that need to be...

  • Page 19: System Operation Settings/inspections

    Settings/Maintenance System Operation Settings/Inspections In System Operation Settings/Inspections (01) on the Settings/Maintenance screen, you can check the contents of the Installation Information Settings (011) and make settings for Settings for Optional Equipment (012) and Printer Operation Settings (013). Installation Information Settings Click Installation Information Settings (011) from System Operation Settings/Inspections (01) to display the screen.

  • Page 20: Settings For Optional Equipment

    Settings/Maintenance Settings for Optional Equipment Click Settings for Optional Equipment (012) from System Operation Settings/Inspections (01) to display the screen. Make settings for optional equipment that has been installed. After changing settings, click Apply to apply the changes. Item Explanation Back Printing Unit Attached/Not Displays the installation status for the back printing unit.

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    Settings/Maintenance Item Explanation Sorter/Long Paper Attached/Not Displays the installation status for the Sorter/Long Paper Ejection Unit. Ejection Unit Attached Sorter Select Enabled or Disabled for the sorter. This can be set when the Sorter/Long Paper Ejection Unit is Attached. When changing from Disabled to Enabled, you need to restart the printer.

  • Page 22: Printer Operation Settings

    Settings/Maintenance Printer Operation Settings Click Printer Operation Settings (013) from System Operation Settings/Inspections (01) to display the screen. Make settings for the power saving, the warning buzzer and the completion confirmation for long length sheet printing. After changing settings, click Apply to apply the changes. Item Explanation Power Saving Settings...

  • Page 23: Print Condition Settings/inspections

    Settings/Maintenance Print Condition Settings/Inspections In Print Condition Settings/Inspections (02) on the Settings/Maintenance screen, you can set Image Quality Settings (021), and check Paper Information (022). Image Quality Settings Click Image Quality Settings (021) from Print Condition Settings/Inspections (02) to display the screen. Make image quality settings.

  • Page 24: Paper Settings

    Settings/Maintenance Paper Settings Click Paper Settings (022) from Print Condition Settings/Inspections (02) to display the screen. You can check the paper information loaded in the front roll paper feeder or the rear roll paper feeder, and change the remaining amount of paper. Tip: Only the Dual Roll Model supports front roll paper.

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    Settings/Maintenance Item Explanation Back Click to close the Settings/Maintenance screen. Help Click to display the Help. Apply Click to apply any changed settings.

  • Page 26: Cr Unit Adjustment/maintenance

    Settings/Maintenance CR Unit Adjustment/Maintenance In CR Unit Adjustment/Maintenance (03) on the Settings/Maintenance screen, you can perform Head Cleaning (031) and Color Calibration (034). When performing maintenance in Settings/Maintenance, make sure that the p light on the printer's Operation panel is on before starting operations. Head Cleaning This function allows you to check for clogging in the print head, and to clear any clogged nozzles.

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    Settings/Maintenance There are streaks in the prints or other problems such as a difference in color <Example> Perform Auto Cleaning (0311). When all of the Result When a Result icon on the screen is When a Result icon on the screen is icons on the screen are “yellow”...

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    Settings/Maintenance Auto Cleaning From the CR Unit Adjustment/Maintenance (03) menu, click Auto Cleaning (0311) from Head Cleaning (031) to display the screen. Click Auto Cleaning. Nozzle check begins, and cleaning is performed as necessary. This may take some time depending on the status of the nozzles. Check the status of each head displayed in the Result.

  • Page 29: Nozzle Check

    Settings/Maintenance Nozzle Check From the CR Unit Adjustment/Maintenance (03) menu, click Nozzle Check (0312) from Head Cleaning (031) to display the screen. This function allows you to check for clogged nozzles in the Print Head Unit. The printer automatically detects clogging and displays the information on the screen.

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    Settings/Maintenance Checking with Detect Clogging The printer checks the status of the nozzles, and displays any clogged nozzles on the screen. Perform Print Head Unit cleaning according to the check results. Tip: The method for confirming the status of the nozzles also includes the method for printing a check pattern. U “Printing the check pattern”...

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    Settings/Maintenance Printing the check pattern Print a check pattern, and then check for clogged nozzles. Perform Print Head Unit cleaning according to the check results. Select the roll paper feeder you want to use for printing. This can be selected when paper is loaded. Click Print Check Pattern.

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    Settings/Maintenance Select the head that has clogged nozzles, and then click Normal or Powerful. To clean all of the print head units, check All. Item Explanation Normal Cleans the surface of the head, and clears clogged nozzles. Powerful Select if nozzles are still clogged after performing Normal head cleaning several times. Because Powerful consumes more ink compared to Normal, prepare new ink cartridges before performing cleaning if ink levels are low.

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    Settings/Maintenance Periodic Nozzle Check Settings From the CR Unit Adjustment/Maintenance (03) menu, click Periodic Nozzle Check Settings (0313) from Head Cleaning (031) to display the screen. Set whether or not to perform auto nozzle check. We recommend that this is set to ON, because if it is set to OFF the user needs to manually check for clogging. After changing settings, click Apply to apply the changes.

  • Page 34: Color Calibration

    Settings/Maintenance Color Calibration Warning: If the Maintenance Utility shuts down abnormally and does not operate while performing color calibration, connect the printer and the Client PC, and then follow the steps below to restart the Printer PC. 1. Perform a printer emergency stop. U "SL-D3000 Operation Guide"...

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    Settings/Maintenance Procedures for writing a correction value when reducing the color differences between multiple printers Step Procedure Reference Page Selecting the main printer, and performing Settings/Maintenance U “Performing Maintenance” on page 15 Creating the calibration file with the printer U “Create Calibration” on page Selecting the printer for which you want to correct color differences, and U “Performing Maintenance”...

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    Settings/Maintenance Calibration Click Calibration (0341) from Color Calibration (034) to display the screen. You can perform calibration by using the following work flow. Create Correction Print Print a correction chart: Prints a chart for adjustment. Value Measure Color Measure color for the correction chart: Perform color measurement for the printed chart on the Client PC with a connected color measurement device.

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    Settings/Maintenance Print a correction chart Click Print from Correction Value Creation Phase. Select the roll paper feeder used for printing in A confirmation screen is displayed. Paper. Displays the Paper Width and Paper Surface Type for the paper loaded in the selected roll paper feeder.

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    Settings/Maintenance The following screen is displayed after printing the first sheet. Follow the on-screen instructions, and then click OK. The charts the second sheet and after are printed. Wait for 30 minutes until drying is complete. Check the the drying time displayed on Status. When the drying time reaches 0, Drying complete.

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    Settings/Maintenance Correction chart color measurement (for the Place the correction chart that matches the color chart ID and preset ID displayed on the screen "i1Pro") on the measurement backup board supplied with the color measurement device. Check that the color measurement device you want to use is connected.

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    Settings/Maintenance Tip: Tip: O Select Line Scan to perform color O The color measurement range differs measurement quickly. If the results of color depending on the Color Measurement measurement using Line Scan are not what Method selected. you expected, try Spot Scan. O For more information on color O When performing color measurement with measurement device, see the document...

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    Settings/Maintenance Correction chart color measurement (for the Tip: "i1iSis") O The color chart ID and preset ID are printed at the bottom of the correction chart. Check that the color measurement device you want to use is connected. O If the paper width of the correction chart is wider than the maximum supported width of the color measurement device, cut off the Tip:...

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    Settings/Maintenance Create, verify, and write the correction value The following screen is displayed after printing the first sheet. Follow the on-screen instructions, and then click OK. Click Create Correction Value from Correction Value Creation Phase. The charts the second sheet and after are printed.

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    Settings/Maintenance History of Correction Values Click Write from Correction Value Verification Phase. Click History of Correction Values (0342) from Color The screen where you can enter the name of the Calibration (034) to display the screen. correction value is displayed. Select the correction values created previously from the list, and write to the Printer PC.

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    Settings/Maintenance Create Calibration Select the roll paper feeder used for printing in Paper. Click Create Calibration (0343) from Color Calibration (034) to display the screen. Tip: Only the Dual Roll Model supports front roll Create the calibration file to be used in Calibration paper.

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    Settings/Maintenance Click Measure Color from Calibration Creation Tip: Phase. O Nozzle Check is performed automatically before printing. If clogging is detected in the head, print again after cleaning the head and clearing the clogged nozzles. U “Head Cleaning” on page 27 O The number of charts printed varies depending on the settings and the paper.

  • Page 46: Gray Adjustment

    Settings/Maintenance Gray Adjustment You can adjust each value for Color Balance, Density, and Gradation to correct the tone of the prints. Adjustment values can be saved for each Standard or High Image Quality of the Image Quality Settings. Print an adjustment pattern, and then select the optimal values from the adjustment pattern. Explanation Color Balance Changes the strength for Cyan (C), Magenta (M), and Yellow (Y) to adjust the color balance.

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    Settings/Maintenance Note: O You can perform Gray Adjustment for each Paper Surface Type. O Click Date of Adjustment to display the time when it was last adjusted. You can check the changed date settings for each Paper Surface Type and the Image Quality Settings. O Only the Dual Roll Model supports front roll paper.

  • Page 48: Color Balance

    Settings/Maintenance Click Gray Adjustment (035) from the CR Unit Adjustment/Maintenance (03) menu to display the settings. Color Balance From Paper, select the roll paper feeder that will be used to print the adjustment pattern. From Image Quality Settings, select the image quality adjustment method.

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    Settings/Maintenance Click Adjust. The settings screen is displayed. Click Print from Print Adjustment Pattern on the Color Balance tab. Select Adjustment Pattern Shift Value, and then click Print. Select the larger value to print the adjustment pattern which indicates large differences between each adjustment value.

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    Settings/Maintenance Select the best pattern from the adjustment pattern, and check the adjustment values. The adjustment value is printed in letters and numbers at the bottom left of each pattern. (Example: RY-2) The letter indicates the direction of the adjustment color. "N" means no correction. The number shows the amount of changes.

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    Settings/Maintenance Note: O The tone curve shows the output strength for each input color (R: Red, G: Green, B: Blue). When in an uncorrected state (a straight line from top right to bottom left), the image darkens (colors become deeper) when moved down, and the image lightens (the colors become paler) when moved up.

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    Settings/Maintenance Density Correction From Paper, select the roll paper feeder that will be used to print the adjustment pattern. From Image Quality Settings, select the image quality adjustment method. Click Adjust. The settings screen is displayed. Click Print from Print Adjustment Pattern on the Density tab. The adjustment pattern is printed.

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    Settings/Maintenance Select the best pattern from the adjustment pattern, and check the adjustment values. The adjustment value is printed in letters and numbers at the bottom left of each pattern. (Example: D-2) "N" means no correction. The number shows the amount changed. Select the Direction and Shift Value.

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    Settings/Maintenance Note: O The tone curve shows the output strength for each input color (R: Red, G: Green, B: Blue). When in an uncorrected state (a straight line from top right to bottom left), the image darkens (colors become deeper) when moved down, and the image lightens (the colors become paler) when moved up.

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    Settings/Maintenance Gradation Correction From Paper, select the roll paper feeder that will be used to print the adjustment pattern. From Image Quality Settings, select the image quality adjustment method. Click Adjust. The settings screen is displayed. On the Gradation tab, specify the brightness points as necessary (P1: Shadow, P2: Half-tone, P3: Highlight).

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    Settings/Maintenance Click Print from Print Adjustment Pattern. Displays the screen setting the amount of change in the printed adjustment pattern. Select Adjustment Pattern Shift Value, and then click Print. Select the larger value to print the adjustment pattern which indicates large differences between each adjustment value.

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    Settings/Maintenance Select the Direction and Shift Value. Specify the adjustment value selected from the adjustment pattern. When a setting is changed, the settings are reflected in the values for Manual Adjustment on the right of the screen and the graph (tone curve) at the bottom of the screen. Note: O The tone curve shows the output strength for each input color (R: Red, G: Green, B: Blue).

  • Page 58: Printer Adjustment/maintenance

    Settings/Maintenance Printer Adjustment/Maintenance In Printer Adjustment/Maintenance (04) on the Settings/Maintenance screen, you can check Operation History (044) and Parts Replacement History (045). Operation History Click Operation History (044) from Printer Adjustment/Maintenance (04) to display the screen. You can check errors that have occurred, the number of prints, and the number of head cleaning operations in the printer.

  • Page 59: Parts Replacement History

    Settings/Maintenance Parts Replacement History In Parts Replacement History (045), you can confirm the replacement day for parts that need to be replaced periodically in Register Replacement Date for Periodically Replaced Parts (0451), and check the amount of usage for each part in Clear Counter 1 (0452). Register Replacement Date for Periodically Replaced Parts From the Printer Adjustment/Maintenance (04) menu, click Register Replacement Date for Periodically Replaced Parts (0451) from Parts Replacement History (045) to display the screen.

  • Page 60: Paper Feed-related Adjustment

    Settings/Maintenance Paper Feed-Related Adjustment Paper Feed Amount Durability Correction From the Printer Adjustment/Maintenance (04) menu, click Paper Feed Amount Durability Correction (0483) from Paper Feed-Related Adjustment (048) to display the screen. The paper feed amount may change due to environmental changes or time-dependent changes. If the print quality deteriorates, correcting the paper feed amount may improve the print quality.

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    Settings/Maintenance Click Print Adjustment Pattern. The adjustment pattern is printed. Select the optimal number from the adjustment patterns, and then click Apply. Tip: O See the following and select the print pattern that has no black or white lines. O If there are no "good" patterns in the printed adjustment patterns, enter the number that is closest to "good", and then print the adjustment patterns again.

  • Page 62: Software Settings

    Settings/Maintenance Software Settings In Software Settings (05) on the Settings/Maintenance screen, you can set the date, language, and units in System Language Settings (051). System Language Settings Click System Language Settings (051) from Software Settings (05) to display the screen. Set the date, language, and units that are displayed on the screen.

  • Page 63: Help

    Settings/Maintenance Help Click Help on any screen to display the Help. Help screen example...

  • Page 64: Error History

    Error History Error History On the Error History screen, you can check errors that have occurred in the printer. Click Error History. Check the Error History screen. Up to 100 errors that have occurred in the printer, and information are displayed. The error ID indicates the error number.

  • Page 65: Acquire Log

    Acquire Log Acquire Log You can save log files for up to 14 days inclusive. These files contain operating information for the printer and the system. Click Acquire Log. The Save As dialog box is displayed. Check the file name, and then click Save. Change the file name if necessary.

  • Page 66: Add/delete Printer

    Add/Delete Printer Add/Delete Printer Click Add/Delete Printer. The Registered Printer List and Target Printer List screens are displayed. Add or delete printers. When adding a printer, select the printer from Target Printer List, and then click When deleting a printer, select the printer from Registered Printer List, and then click Tip: In Target Printer List, printers that are available for connection are automatically detected.

  • Page 67: When A Message Is Displayed

    When a Message is Displayed When a Message is Displayed About Error Messages When an error occurs in the printer, an error message is displayed. The error code, the contents of the error, and the solutions are displayed on the screen. Tip: See the "SL-D3000 Operation Guide"...

  • Page 68: Appendix

    Appendix Appendix Ejected Paper Path and Supported Paper Sizes Print Size Ejected Paper Path Size Name Width x Length Sorter Top tray Side tray Tray 5 x 3.5 inches (127 x 89 mm) 4 x 6 4 x 6 inches (102 x 152 mm) 6 x 4 inches (152 x 102 mm)

  • Page 69: Paper Feed Path Diagram

    Appendix Print Size Ejected Paper Path Size Name Width x Length Sorter Top tray Side tray Tray Custom (203 x L) 8 x 3.5 to 12 inches (203 x 89 to 305 mm) 8 x 12 to 48 inches (203 x 306 to 1219 mm) Custom (210 x L) 8.3 x 3.5 to 12 inches (210 x 89 to 305 mm)

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    Appendix Tip: Only the Dual Roll Model supports front roll paper. For the Single Roll Model, information is not displayed under the front paper item. See the information for rear roll paper.

  • Page 71: Extending The Client Pc

    Appendix Extending the Client PC When a Printer PC is connected to this printer and is being used, you can extend the Client PC and share the printer. * This system guarantees simultaneous connections for two Client PCs. More than two simultaneous connections cannot be guaranteed.

  • Page 72: Preparing To Extend The Client Pc

    Appendix Preparing to extend the Client PC Connect the Client PC to the same network environment as the printer, and make network settings. Check with your network system administrator for more information on making network settings. Click Start - Control Panel - Date and Time. For Windows 7: Click Start - Control Panel - Clock, Language, and Region - Date and Time.

  • Page 73: Installing The System Application

    Appendix Change the computer's notification system level by sliding the bar down to Never notify. Click OK, on the confirmation screen that is displayed click Yes, and then close the Control Panel. Installing the system application Start the Client PC. Note: O Do not turn off the Client PC while installing the application.

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    Appendix Click Next. Select Client PC from Configure with Printer PC, and then click Next. Tip: If anything except for Client PC is accidentally selected, remove the system application, and then reinstall. Click Next to display the hard drive selection screen. Select the hard drive you want to use, and then click Next.

  • Page 75: Initial Settings For The Maintenance Utility

    U SL-D3000 Operation Guide - "Starting the Printer" Start the SL-D3000 Maintenance Utility on the Client PC that you have extended. Click Start - All Programs - EPSON SL-D3000 System Application - Maintenance Utility. Change the user level to "Administrator's mode".

  • Page 76: Changing The System Application Version

    Appendix Changing the System Application Version If a different version of the System Application CD has been provided, you can upgrade or downgrade the system application version that is already installed on the Client PC and the Printer PC to suit your needs. Note: O Upgrading or downgrading retains printer and system information.

  • Page 77: Checking The System Application Version

    Appendix Checking the System Application Version You can check the current version of the system application in Printer Information from the SL-D3000 Maintenance Utility. Check the version information before and after upgrading or downgrading the system application. Changing the System Application Version Start the Client PC.

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    Appendix Follow the on-screen instructions to upgrade or downgrade the system application. Upgrade Downgrade When the upgrade or downgrade is complete, the following screen is displayed on the Client PC. Click Yes to restart the Client PC. After the Client PC has restarted, start SL-D3000 Maintenance Utility.

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    Appendix Select the printer from the Registered Printer List, and then click Pre-operation Check. While the Pre-operation Check is running, the Printer PC (if connected) and the printer’s firmware are upgraded or downgraded. The Pre-operation Check for upgrading or downgrading may take approximately 10 minutes longer than a normal Pre-operation Check because the system application version is being changed and the Printer PC will be restarted.

  • Page 80: Removing The System Application

    Appendix Removing the System Application Follow the steps below to remove the system application from the Client PC. Note: O Log on to the Client PC as a user with administrator authority. O In Windows 7, if a password entry screen or confirmation message is displayed, enter the password to continue. Start the Client PC.

  • Page 81: Open Source Software License Terms

    Appendix OPEN SOURCE SOFTWARE LICENSE TERMS This printer product includes open source software programs. The list of open source software programs is as follows: LibTIFF Copyright (c) 1988-1997 Sam LefflerCopyright (c) 1991-1997 Silicon Graphics, Inc.Permission to use, copy, modify, distribute, and sell this software and its documentation for any purpose is hereby granted without fee, provided that (i) the above copyright notices and this permission notice appear in all copies of the software and related documentation, and (ii) the names of Sam Leffler and Silicon Graphics may not be used in any advertising or publicity relating to the software without the specific, prior written permission of Sam Leffler and Silicon...

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    Appendix The licenses for most software are designed to take away your freedom to share and change it. By contrast, the GNU General Public Licenses are intended to guarantee your freedom to share and change free software--to make sure the software is free for all its users.

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    Appendix In other cases, permission to use a particular library in non-free programs enables a greater number of people to use a large body of free software. For example, permission to use the GNU C Library in non-free programs enables many more people to use the whole GNU operating system, as well as its variant, the GNU/Linux operating system.

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    Appendix c) You must cause the whole of the work to be licensed at no charge to all third parties under the terms of this License. d) If a facility in the modified Library refers to a function or a table of data to be supplied by an application program that uses the facility, other than as an argument passed when the facility is invoked, then you must make a good faith effort to ensure that, in the event an application does not supply such function or table, the facility still operates, and performs whatever part of its purpose remains meaningful.

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    Appendix Whether this is true is especially significant if the work can be linked without the Library, or if the work is itself a library. The threshold for this to be true is not precisely defined by law. If such an object file uses only numerical parameters, data structure layouts and accessors, and small macros and small inline functions (ten lines or less in length), then the use of the object file is unrestricted, regardless of whether it is legally a derivative work.

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    Appendix a) Accompany the combined library with a copy of the same work based on the Library, uncombined with any other library facilities. This must be distributed under the terms of the Sections above. b) Give prominent notice with the combined library of the fact that part of it is a work based on the Library, and explaining where to find the accompanying uncombined form of the same work.

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    Appendix 14. If you wish to incorporate parts of the Library into other free programs whose distribution conditions are incompatible with these, write to the author to ask for permission. For software which is copyrighted by the Free Software Foundation, write to the Free Software Foundation; we sometimes make exceptions for this. Our decision will be guided by the two goals of preserving the free status of all derivatives of our free software and of promoting the sharing and reuse of software generally.

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    Appendix Yoyodyne, Inc., hereby disclaims all copyright interest in the library `Frob' (a library for tweaking knobs) written by James Random Hacker. <signature of Ty Coon>, 1 April 1990 Ty Coon, President of Vice That's all there is to it! 7-Zip Command line version ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ License for use and distribution...

  • Page 89: Seiko Epson Corporation Software

    3.Ownership. Title, ownership rights, and intellectual property rights in and to the Software and any copies thereof shall remain with EPSON or its suppliers. There is no transfer to you of any title to or ownership of the Software and this License shall not be construed as a sale of any rights in the Software.

  • Page 90

    Software is recorded will be free from defects in workmanship and materials under normal use for a period of 90 days from the date of delivery to you. If the media is returned to EPSON or the dealer...

  • Page 91

    EPSON's then-current Privacy Policy provided in EPSON Internet site. 11.Updating Software Version. The Software may have the ability to connect over the Internet to a server of EPSON or any third party entrusted by EPSON in order to update the software version (i)automatically or (ii)with your consent in advance.

  • Page 92: Notes

    Appendix Notes O Unauthorized reproduction of a part or all of this manual is strictly prohibited. O The contents of this manual are subject to change without prior notice. O Contact our company if you have any questions, find a mistake, encounter a missing description, and so on in the contents of this manual.

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