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So we're running a printing business, and just switched out the PC we had since it crashed from a virus finally, and we're having problems with printing. It seems that printing wise, the communication between Mac and Printer, is sending different signals.

For example, we're printing a double sided document, and cutting it for the client. The first side comes out right, the 2nd side comes out a 1/8th of an inch off, so when we try to cut we're cutting off parts of the document.

Just curious if anyone is running a similar setup or having problems with printing double sided objects.

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Nice machine. Have the tech come in and check duplex registration for the machine first as it may be off. Do you have a bustled controller or stand alone controller? Do you have the latest drivers? Get Command Work Station 5 from EFI. Its lets you make adjustments.

http://www.efi.com/cws5/
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we have the current version of CWS I believe loaded, all I know is the print server is built into the machine, so I dont know bout the controller. Latest drivers have been uploaded, supposedly the xerox guy doesnt know what the problem is either. I havent seen the problem up close, this is my father-in-law's business, just trying to lend a hand.

How do I make adjustments through CWS?
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Heres a few links to some good forums for help:

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You have to narrow it down. When the tech makes duplex prints from his internal patterns is the registration good? If good then the machine is ok. I would then try printing from different apps to see if the problem is with a particular application you are printing from.
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