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HP plotter calibration

Posted on 2007-04-02
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Hi, does anybody know if there is a 3rd party vendor that specialize in calibrating HP plotters. We have a 2 year old plotter that is off by 0.015 inch, when printing a 20" line. According to HP support, this is within there 0.2% tolerance of accuracy. We have tried using the built in calibration procedure with no luck. Apprciate the help.
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Did it worked perfect at the begining?
If so try to make a standard maintenance with oil and so on.
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