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Digital Factory Apparel v10 Polyprint Edition: How to install the drivers for Texjet® Inks

Learn how to install the latest updates that include new print modes with improved color management for the new Texjet® Inks.

TexJet printers’ drivers have been updated to a new version that includes new ICC Color Profiles for the new Texjet Inks. The update applies for all color substrates, in both DTG and DTF, and can be found integrated into the print modes as usual.

Installation process of the new drivers

The updated version is saved as a new device, named for example TexJet echo2 PTI. To work with the new adjustments, you should install the new device, by following the steps below:

STEP 1

2022_10_10_Texjet-inks-drivers-Licence FilesAt the main toolbar, go to Help and then click on Update License File. Tap on OK when the process is finished.

STEP 2

Restart the RIP software, to save the update.

STEP 3

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At the main toolbar, go to Devices and then, select Manage Devices. At the Icons toolbar, go to the Install Printer icon and select the TexJet echo2 PTI printer.

STEP 4

At the main toolbar, go to the Queue Manager and set up the correct port.

Note: To make sure that you have the most updated ones; at the main toolbar, go to Devices and then, select Manage Devices. At the Icons toolbar, click on the Check For Cloud Updates icon. Proceed with the update if there is one.

 

Check here the new queues and print modes – for both DTG and DTF, destined for the new Texjet series range!

 

Process of deleting the old drivers

In case you don’t want to use the old print modes and only work with the new ones: 

STEP 1

2021_11_23_Cadlink_remove-queues-1At the main toolbar, go to Queue and then, select Manage Queues. At the Queue Manager window that pops up, select all existing print queues and Remove them (X icon).

STEP 2

2021_11_23_Cadlink_remove-device-1At the main toolbar, go to Devices and then, select Manage Devices. Select the device (printer) you are using (i.e., TexJet Echo2) and Remove it (X icon).