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Registered: ‎06-17-2019

Pro 1000 and scratch due to metals wheels

Hallo everyone, if I make a print with a lot of black areas, I noticed the printer left sometimes some signs on the paper. These little scratches are made from the metallic wheels that helps to tray out the paper. I tried both canon photo luster paper than Canson fine art paper...in some case I have no problems, in other cases I have that. No head print abrasion or stike.

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Re: Pro 1000 and scratch due to metals wheels

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This might help

 

Mod note: Removed link per Forum Guidelines.

 

Search YouTube for "How to stop 'Pizza Wheel' marks on your inkjet prints!"  

 

Sorry, John - there's a link in the video's description to a third party site to buy something. 

 

 

John Hoffman
Conway, NH

1D X Mark III, Many lenses, Pixma PRO-100, MX472, LR Classic
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Re: Pro 1000 and scratch due to metals wheels

That seem it is due to overspray and spring/roller dirty, but my rollers are clean. According to Canon the problem is normal and if I leave the print to dry, the problem should disappear, but it is not true.

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