jodiego7asked Oct 27, 2016 at 12:21am
Poor quality printing
I have a KonicaMinolta C250 copier that has very few impressions on it. Very little. Lately I have been getting poor quality. Granted I had the chip replaced on the image transfer belt/unit because the tech I work with seemed to think the belt was still in good shape. I have been getting my imaging units from him also because he'll sell me a unit for way less than a new one and the ones he sells usually still have half life or more left. I've been using aftermarket toner because of costs. The deal is I only paid 250.00 for the machine and to get all new parts for it right now would set me back close to 1000.00. I guess my question is could it be the used parts I'm getting from the tech be garbage. Could it a driver issue or Post Script issue or is it because the machine needs a good servicing. Along with messages saying I need imaging units for the colors and the web transfer or imaging transfer unit I am now getting a message saying its time for preventive maintenance. It's strange, I can run a two color BC thru it one up created in AI CS5 and it looks nice, then I do a multiple up step and repeat with the art file in ID CS5 and the resolution starts to deteriourate. I can't figure out if it a situ with software on the computer, or the way Im creating PDF's or what. I've been in the industry for almost 40 years nows so I'm not ignorant, an I just left a small franchise operation that used the Xerox Docutechs. They never gave me issues like this. Where would you begin? My tech has a used C252 that he'll sell for 200.00 and its got life in the imaging units and web transfer belts. It would make a decent parts machine but then again....
Printing quality depends upon quality and company of printing machine. It also depends upon the quality of paper and professional essay service for printing. You can also change chip to improve poor results of printers.