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HP Indigo WS6000 Digital Press - Threading the substrate

The substrate is threaded through the entire press.
Figure : Substrate path through entire press

To thread the substrate through the press:

  1. Mount a new substrate roll on the unwinder, as follows:
    1. Lower the lifting arm.
    2. Remove the used substrate roll from the unwinder.
    3. . Deflate the shaft and remove the core.
    4. Install a new substrate roll on the shaft. Ensure that the substrate roll is centered on the shaft.
    5. Inflate the shaft.
    6. Install the new substrate roll on the unwinder. Ensure that the shaft gear points towards the rear of the unwinder.
    7. Raise the lifting arm.
    8. Manually rotate the substrate roll until the gears mesh.
  2. Thread the substrate through the unwinder. Ensure that the substrate goes beneath the two clamps. Ensure that the substrate goes behind the web guide sensor.
      Figure : Substrate path through unwinder
    1. Clamps
    2. Web guide sensor
    Figure : Substrate behind web guide sensor
  3. Thread the substrate through the unwinder bridge.
    Figure : Substrate path through unwinder bridge
  4. Thread the substrate through the printing engine.
    Figure : Substrate path through printing engine
  5. Thread the substrate through the rewinder. Ensure that the substrate goes beneath the two clamps.
    Figure : Substrate path through rewinder
  6. If necessary, thread the substrate through the packer arm.
    Figure : Substrate path through packer arm
  7. Ensure that the substrate is threaded correctly through the entire press.

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