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MX Disc Publisher
For Mac OS X
Users Manual
Microboards Technology LLC
Version 2.1
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MX Disc Publisher
TABLE OF CONTENTS
Introduction .......................................................................................................................... 5
What’s Included................................................................................................................. 5
System Requirements ....................................................................................................... 6
Assembly and Installation..................................................................................................... 6
Assembly Instructions ....................................................................................................... 6
MX Disc Publisher Assembly.......................................................................................... 6
Installing Ink Cartridges and Print Heads .......................................................................... 7
Supported Ink Cartridges ............................................................................................... 7
Loading / Replacing Ink Cartridges ................................................................................ 7
Installing / Replacing Printheads .................................................................................... 7
Loading Discs.................................................................................................................... 8
Front Panel Indicators and Buttons ................................................................................... 8
Installation of Drivers and Software................................................................................... 9
Driver and Microboards PrintWrite Installation ............................................................... 9
Connecting to a Mac ......................................................................................................... 9
Adding the MX Disc Publisher ........................................................................................ 9
Setting Printer Alignment.................................................................................................... 10
Alignment ........................................................................................................................ 10
Microboards Printer Utility ................................................................................................. 10
Supplies Status ............................................................................................................... 10
Device Information .......................................................................................................... 11
Clean............................................................................................................................... 11
Printhead Maintenance ................................................................................................ 11
Manual Pen Alignment .................................................................................................... 12
Support............................................................................................................................ 12
Disc Printing .................................................................................................................... 12
The MX Disc Publisher and PrintWrite ............................................................................... 13
Print Only without PrintWrite .............................................................................................. 13
Page Setup .................................................................................................................. 13
Changing Print Quality ................................................................................................. 13
Changing Print Diameters ............................................................................................ 14
Note on Changing Print Diameters with Mac OS 10.6.................................................. 14
Troubleshooting ................................................................................................................. 16
Printer not printing ........................................................................................................... 16
Disc Loading error ........................................................................................................... 16
Gaps or Overlap in Ink Coverage .................................................................................... 16
Print Diameters not Available .......................................................................................... 16
Technical Support .............................................................................................................. 17
Specifications ..................................................................................................................... 17
Supported Formats............................................................................................................. 17
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Any unauthorized modification to this equipment may result in the revocation by the FCC of the user’s authority to
operate this equipment.
NOTE: This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class B digital device, pursuant to Part 15 of the
FCC Rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference in a residential installation. This
equipment generates, uses, and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not installed and used in accordance with the instructions,
may cause harmful interference to radio communications. However, there is no guarantee that interference will not occur in a
particular installation. If this equipment does cause harmful interference to radio or television reception, which can be determined by
turning the equipment off and on, the user is encouraged to try to correct the interference by one or more of the following measures:
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Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna
Increase the separation between the equipment and antenna
Connect the equipment into an outlet on a circuit different than that to which the receiver is connected
Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/TV technician for help
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EN 55024. The CE mark has been affixed in accordance with the CE Marking Directive 93/68/EEC.
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MX Disc Publisher
Introduction
The MX Disc Publisher is a robust automated inkjet CD and DVD disc publishing solution. The MX Disc
Publisher Series includes the MX-1 and the MX-2. The MX-1 has a single recording drive, while the MX-2
has 2 recording drives for added throughput.
Both MX Disc Publisher models have a 100-disc capacity, making the task of burning and printing large
numbers of discs fast, easy and hands-free.
Fully Integrated Automation
Microboards combined their patented auto-loading system with HP's new inkjet printer engine to give users
the highest output possible, both in image resolution and print speed. Since the MX Disc Publisher is an
autoloading system, no calibration of robotics or manual feeding of discs is required. The MX Disc Publisher
connects by a single USB 2.0 interface to your computer, and comes with burning software and label design
software.
Flexibility and Speed for Any Application
While the MX Disc Publisher was designed to fill a need in the high-volume arena, it also has the ability to
print at 4800 x 1200 dpi on both DVD and CD media. With the included design software, users can enjoy its
benefits whether making a few discs or a few hundred.
What’s Included
When unpacking your MX Disc Publisher system, the following items should be included:
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MX Disc Publisher print system
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MX Disc Publisher Quick Start
Guide
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MX Unpack Guide
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Users Manual (This document)
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Power Cord
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USB 2.0 Printer Cable
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Blank Printable CD’s
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Input Bin rods
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100 disc output assembly
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Microboards Disc Publisher Install
CD
(Includes
drivers
and
Microboards PrintWrite software)
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1 each: Microboards PFP-HCCYAN, PFP-HC-MAGENTA, PFPHC-YELLOW, and PFP-HC-BLACK
Ink cartridges
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1 each: CG316A (Yellow and Black)
and C9382A (Cyan and Magenta)
printheads
If any of these items are missing, please contact your distributor or Microboards Technology
Technical Support department at 952-556-1639.
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System Requirements
The Microboards MX Disc Publisher has the following minimum requirements and compatibilities:
Operating System
Mac OS 10.5 or 10.6.
Processors
Intel Processor is required
System Memory
Minimum 512 MB of system memory; 1GB minimum recommend for DVD Duplication
Hard Drive Space
Less than 50MB of free space is required on the system hard drive for the applications and drivers.
A separate internal 7200 RPM hard drive is recommended for storing your data. Using the same
hard drive as the operating system can cause the system to perform slowly.
USB Connection
USB 2.0 is required.
Assembly and Installation
Assembly Instructions
MX Disc Publisher Assembly
Remove the MX Disc Publisher system from the shipping box and confirm you received all of the
items.
Place the MX Disc Publisher on a stable, flat surface. You will need room both in front and behind
the system, as discs will be accessed from both locations.
Install the 2 long input bin posts above the input hopper, with the wide post to the right (shipped
installed).
Install the output bin:
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Align the two holes in the output bin with the holes on the Front of the printer (numbers 1 and 2).
Secure the output bin with the two thumb screws.
The output bin should now be securely in place.
Next, slide in the 100 disc output spindle into place.
The Output Bin is designed to hang over the front edge
of your work surface.
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Installing Ink Cartridges and Print Heads
Supported Ink Cartridges
The MX Disc Publisher uses 3 color and 1 black ink cartridges. The part numbers for these
cartridges are PFP-HC-CYAN, PFP-HC-MAGENTA, PFP-HC-YELLOW, and PFP-HC-BLACK. If
other cartridges are installed, the MX Disc Publisher will not function. These cartridges are available
from any Microboards reseller.
Refill kits or non-Microboards ink cartridges are not recommended for use in the MX Disc
Publisher system. Use of non-Microboards cartridges will cause the printer to fail. Use of
refilled cartridges may cause the MX Disc Publisher to fail.
Loading / Replacing Ink Cartridges
Cartridges can be changed while the MX Disc Publisher is on, but it should never be turned on
without an ink cartridge in place. An LED will light above any cartridge that needs to be replaced.
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Lower the ink door.
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If replacing an empty ink cartridge, remove the color
that needs changing by pulling straight out.
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Remove each new print cartridge to be installed from
its packaging.
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Slide the correct ink cartridge into the correct slot with
the arrows pointing down, as shown to the right.
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Raise the ink door and latch it back into place. The
printer will be ready after the ink cartridges pressurize
and the Media Feed button LED goes out.
Installing / Replacing Printheads
The 2 Printheads are not installed when you receive the MX Disc Publisher, and must be installed
prior to using the printer. The printhead models are CG316A (yellow and black) and C9382A (cyan
and magenta).
1. Raise the top Printhead Access Door.
2. If you are setting up the MX Disc Publisher for the first time, remove
any packaging materials from around the printhead carriage.
3. If you are replacing printheads and the printhead carriage is not
parked all the way to the left, turn on the MX Disc Publisher. With the
Printhead Access Door opened, press and hold the Media Feed
button until the carriage moves to the left and locks into position.
4. Lift the cradle latch. If you are replacing the currently installed
printheads, remove the printheads by lifting the blue handle of each
and gently pulling up on each handle.
5. Remove the printheads from the packaging.
6. Gently shake each printhead 6 times prior to removing the orange
protective caps. Save the caps! If you remove the printheads from
the MX Disc Publisher, they should be recapped to avoid clogging the
printheads and ink valves.
7. Gently press the printheads into the cradle, installing the correct
printhead in the correct slot. DO NOT FORCE THE PRINTHEADS
INTO PLACE.
8. Lower the cradle latch carefully.
9. Lower the top Printhead door. The printhead carriage will return to
the right and will be primed by the printer if the power is on.
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Step 4
Step 7
Loading Discs
The next step is to load your MX Disc Publisher with output discs. The system will accept CD or DVD
120 mm (12 cm) inkjet printable discs. If the disc does not have an inkjet printable surface, the ink
will not adhere to the surface of the disc. The MX Disc Publisher will only accept 12 cm discs.
Business card or 8 cm discs are not supported by this system.
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Load the first 5 or 6 discs flat, as seen in figure 1.
Load the rest of the discs at an angle, against the wide input rod, as seen in figure 2.
The MX Disc Publisher will hold a maximum of 100 discs. DO NOT load more than 100 discs in the
system, as this may cause the discs to feed incorrectly.
Front Panel Indicators and Buttons
1. Power
2. Network (unused)
3. Cancel
4. Media Feed
5. Print head
LEDs
1. Power Button and LED – The Power button turns the MX Disc Publisher on and off. It may
take a few seconds for the MX Disc Publisher to turn on after you press the Power button.
The green LED on the Power button flashes when the printer is processing.
NOTE: The AC power switch located on the back of the MX Disc Publisher must be
turned on first in order to supply power to the Front Panel.
2. Network Button - This button is unused.
3. Cancel Button – Pressing the Cancel button cancels the current print job.
4. Media Feed Button – Pressing this button will clear any media feed issues. This button has
an LED that will flash amber when a media feed issue is occurring. It will also show a steady
amber if either the ink or the upper doors are opened.
5. Print Head LEDs – These LEDs will be on if there is an issue with either of the print heads.
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Installation of Drivers and Software
Driver and Microboards PrintWrite Installation
Drivers and Microboards PrintWrite must be installed on a hard disc. Once you have installed the
software, store the original installer disc in a safe place.
1. Insert the Installation CD in your system’s disc drive. Open the disc icon when it appears on
the desktop.
2. Double-click on the Microboards Installer.mpkg icon in the correct directory. Follow the onscreen instructions, read and agree to the end user license agreement.
3. When prompted, enter your administrator password.
4. When prompted, click Install. Once the Microboards Installer has completed, a restart is
required.
Connecting to a Mac
DO NOT CONNECT YOUR MX DISC PUBLISHER BEFORE RUNNING THE INSTALLER
LOCATED ON THE INSTALLATION DISC!!
The connection between the Mac and the Microboards MX Disc Publisher is done with one USB 2.0
cable.
1. Install all 4 Ink Cartridges (see page 7).
2. Install both Printheads (see page 7).
3. Plug in the AC power cord to the back of the MX Disc Publisher.
4. Connect the flat, rectangular end of the USB cable into a USB 2.0 port in
your Mac.
5. Connect the square shaped end of the USB cable to the back of the MX
Disc Publisher.
6. Turn on the MX Disc Publisher.
Adding the MX Disc Publisher
Once the drivers and software have been installed and the MX Disc Publisher connected, the PF-Pro
Series Printer needs to be added.
1. Click System Preferences in the Dock.
2. Select Print & Fax. If the PF Pro printer has not been added
automatically, then click the Add or + button to add a printer.
3. Select PF-Pro from the list and click the Add button.
4. Once the MX Disc Publisher Series Printer has been added, it will
appear in the available printers list, as
shown below.
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Setting Printer Alignment
Alignment
Verify the printer alignment the first time you use the Publisher. You may need to align your printer
before the printed images will be centered on the media. Changing the brand or type of media you
are using may also require small alignment adjustments.
Follow these steps to adjust the alignment:
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Click System Preferences in the Dock.
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Select Print & Fax.
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Click the
button.
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Highlight the Microboards PF-Pro
icon.
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Click the Utility button to open the
Microboards Printer Utility.
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Select Disc Printing from the list.
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Enter the values listed with the MX
Disc Publisher into the Top Side
and Left Side boxes.
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Click the Apply Now button.
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Test the alignment by printing a full-coverage image (120 mm by 120 mm) onto an unprinted
disc. The image should print centered on the disc. If not, adjust the Top Side and Left Side
as necessary, verifying the alignment by printing the same image.
Set
Up
Printers…
Microboards Printer Utility
Access the Microboards Printer Utility by selecting the System Preferences from the
Dock. Select Print & Fax. Highlight the Microboards PF-Pro icon and click the
Utility icon. The Microboards Printer Utility pages will appear in the following order.
Supplies Status
The Supplies Status show how much
remains of all 4 colors, Cyan, Magenta,
Yellow, and Black. The values shown will
be refreshed when you go to another
setting page and then back to the
Supplies Status page.
In addition to the displayed levels in the
Printer Utility, an LED indicator on the front
of the PF-Pro above each cartridge will
light when the ink level is at 25% in that
cartridge. The LED will blink when the ink
level is at 0%.
It is strongly recommended that you
replace any cartridge that shows 0%.
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Device Information
This page shows the Firmware version and Serial
Number of the print engine.
Clicking the Print Configuration Page button will print out
a test disc.
Clean
The Clean page allows you to run a cleaning cycle on
the ink cartridge.
Click the Clean button once a disc has been loaded into
the input hopper. If the resulting disc shows streaks
similar to those shown in the image on this page, you
may need to run the Clean utility again.
Printhead Maintenance
If, after several cleaning attempts, the printed images continue to show streaks of color, you may
need to manually clean the printheads. Follow the procedure below exactly to clean the printheads.
Not following these steps could result in damaged printheads.
1. Remove the printheads from the carriage (please see
Installing/Replacing Printheads, page 7).
2. Use ionized water to lightly dampen a lint-free cloth
3. Place the cloth on a level surface
4. Holding the printhead with the bottom of the printhead resting
lightly on the cloth, gently pull the printhead towards you
along the direction of the long axis of the printhead, as shown
to the right.
DO NOT MOVE THE PRINTHEAD FROM SIDE-TO-SIDE,
AS THIS COULD MIX THE INK COLORS IN THE
PRINTHEAD!
5. If the printhead does not leave two solid lines of color, one for
each color in the printhead, move the printhead to a clean
area on the cloth and repeat step 4.
6. Carefully replace the printhead in the MX Disc Publisher once
the heads have been cleaned.
If you do not follow the above procedure exactly, you could damage your printheads!
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Manual Pen Alignment
Pen Alignment should be performed when a new
printhead is installed. If you experience a decrease in
print quality with an installed printhead, you may need
to perform this service.
• Load 4 pieces of blank, unprinted media into
the input hopper.
• Click the Align button, and 2 discs will load to
the belts and be printed.
• Select the Alignment Speed. 20ips is the recommended
setting.
• Use these discs to select the patterns that are best aligned
in the next window, as shown to the right. All 8 entries
must be made. In the example shown, the first 3 selections
have been made.
• After selecting the patterns with the best alignment, click
Align.
• The pen alignment discs will print again. The best aligned
patterns should have moved closer to the center (they do not need to be in the center, only
closer to the center than the original set of discs). If so, click Cancel. If not, enter the values
from the second set of discs and click OK; you will need to load 2 more blank discs.
Support
Clicking the Support button will open the Microboards Technology Support website in your default
internet browser. This function requires an internet connection.
Disc Printing
The MX Disc Publisher system has been aligned at the factory, but may need to be adjusted
depending on the type of media and media print surface on which you are printing. Follow these
steps to adjust the alignment:
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Click System Preferences in the Dock.
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Select Print & Fax.
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Click the Set Up Printers… button.
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Highlight the Microboards PF-Pro icon.
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Click the Utility button
Microboards Printer Utility.
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Select Disc Printing from the list.
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Enter the necessary values into the Top Side
and Left Side boxes.
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Click the Apply Now button.
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Test the alignment by printing a full-coverage image (120 mm by 120 mm) onto an unprinted
disc. The image should print centered on the disc. If not, adjust the Top Side and Left Side
as necessary, verifying the alignment by printing the same image.
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The MX Disc Publisher and PrintWrite
Microboards PrintWrite is required to control the Burn and Print functionality of the Microboards MX Disc
Publisher. It is able to set up publishing jobs, load the MX , burn to the loaded disc, unload the disc, and then
print the image you have selected.
PrintWrite will automatically find your MX Disc Publisher the robotics and printer when the application is
opened. Having more than one robotic system connected to the Mac is not supported.
Please see the Microboards PrintWrite manual for more information on using PrintWrite.
Print Only without PrintWrite
While PrintWrite can perform a Print Only, you can also print from any application to the MX Disc Publisher.
The locations of the settings listed below may change depending on the version of OS X you have installed.
Page Setup
When printing using the MX Disc Publisher from any application,
you should always choose PF-Pro printer and 120mm disc in the
Format For and Paper Size Page Setup selections, respectively.
It is highly recommended that the image you are printing is
120mm by 120mm. Having a different size image may result
in the improper placement of the image on the disc.
Printing prior to burning any
media is not recommended!!
Changing Print Quality
To change the Print Quality, click the Advanced
button on the Print screen. Select the Media
type/Quality option from the list circled to the right.
The settings to the right will appear.
You can select either Photo or Graphics and Text
as the Media Type. Photo will take longer to print
and will use more ink, but the quality will be higher.
Graphics and Text, on the other hand, has a lower
quality but will print in less time with less ink used.
You can also choose between Draft (Graphics and
Text only), Normal, Best, and Maximum dpi
(Photo only) from the Quality list. The choices are
listed in order of lowest to highest quality and ink
usage.
Color can be selected as ColorSmart/sRGB,
ColorSync, or Grayscale.
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Changing Print Diameters
Different media types and brands may vary in the size of the printable surface. When the print
surface changes, you will need to set the printer to the correct sizes.
Always make sure the images are printing centered on the disc before changing the diameter
settings. If the image is not centered, please refer to page 10 for information on the alignment
process.
To change the diameter of the printed area,
click the Advanced button on the Print screen.
Select the Disc Printing option from the list
circled to the right. The settings to the right will
appear.
The Outer setting will change how closely to
the edge of the disc the image will print.
Increase the Outer setting to leave less
unprinted area at the outer edge. Decrease
the Outer setting to leave more unprinted area
at the outer edge..
The Inner setting will change how closely to
the center of the disc the image will print.
Decrease the Inner setting to leave less
unprinted area at the center. Increase the
Inner setting to leave more unprinted area at
the center.
You should never have the printer attempting to print off the
printable surface. This will leave unabsorbed ink on the disc.
Note on Changing Print Diameters with Mac OS 10.6
Some applications, such as Preview, that can be used to print your image onto optical media may
open by default in 64-bit mode when running under OS 10.6. If the application you are using does
not include the Disc Printing options, but instead has the SPS Printer PDE option crossed out as
shown below, your application is opening in 64-bit mode and the Print Diameters will not be available
to you for modification. You will need to set your application to open in 32-bit mode.
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Setting your application to open in 32-bit mode is a simple process that
only needs to be done one time per application.
1. Close the application you are using to print the image file
2. Open the Applications folder in a Finder window
3. Select the application from which you are printing
4. Select Get Info from the File menu
5. Place a check in the Open in 32-bit mode setting
6. Restart your application
7. When you open the Print options, the Disc Printing options will be
available for you to change as needed
Once 32-bit mode is set, the application will continue to open in 32-bit
mode.
Please note that setting the 32-bit mode is not necessary if you are
using the Print Only functionality in PrintWrite.
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Troubleshooting
Printer not printing
1. Confirm the MX Disc Publisher is plugged into a power source and is turned on. The
ON/OFF switch is located at the back of the unit, above the power cable connector.
2. Confirm the green LED on the power button is lit on the front panel, as shown below. If AC
power is on and the green LED is off, press the power button and wait for several seconds. If
the LED still does not come on, contact Microboards Technical Support.
Power LED
3. Confirm the MX Disc Publisher is connected to the computer, with a USB cable. Confirm the
printer is listed and is not stopped.
4. Check to make sure the correct printer was selected.
Disc Loading error
1. If a disc is not loaded correctly, an error message will be displayed. Check to see if there are
any discs on the belt. Remove any discs that are left on the belt.
2. Lift the cover and check for any discs on the front deck of the MX Disc Publisher. Remove
any discs found on the belts. Close the cover.
3. Next, reload the input bin and click the OK button on the error message to continue. The
system will load the next disc and continue printing the remaining discs for that job.
Gaps or Overlap in Ink Coverage
There are 2 possible causes:
1. If the gaps or overlaps are widely spaced, you may have set the quality setting too low.
Change the Quality setting to the next higher setting. See page 14 for details.
2. The printheads may need to be realigned. Please refer to page 12 for details.
Print Diameters not Available
If you are printing from an application other than PrintWrite with Mac OS 10.6, you may need to
specify that the application opens in 32-Bit mode to access the Print Diameters. To do so, open the
Applications folder in a Finder window, and click the application with which you are printing your
image file. With the application highlighted, select Get Info from the File menu and check the Open
in 32-bit mode option.
Re-launch the application, and the Print Diameters will be available.
This will only be necessary if the Print Diameters cannot be accessed
using the default application setup.
You will always have access to the Print Diameters if you are using the Print Only functionality of
PrintWrite. Setting the application to open in 32-bit mode is not necessary.
See page 14 for more details.
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Technical Support
For technical questions or support issues, contact Microboards Technology technical support:
United States
PH: 952-556-1639
FAX: 952-556-1628
support@microboards.com
www.microboards.com
Europe
PH: +44 (0) 845 230 7800
www.microboards.co.uk
Japan
PH: 03-3561-2266
www.microboards.co.jp
Please have the Model and Serial Number of your PF-3 Print Factory available when contacting
Technical Support.
Specifications
DVD Recorder Drive:
Power Supply:
Weight:
Connectivity:
Warranty:
Media Types:
DVD-+R/RW/DL CD-R/RW Recorder
Auto Detect AC Power: 90VAC – 240VAC, 47Hz – 63Hz
MX-1: 58 lbs; MX-2: 63 lbs.
USB 2.0 required
One Year Limited Warranty
Printable-surface 120mm CD-R/RW or DVD+-R/RW/DL
Printer:
Print Technology: HP Inkjet
Print Quality, Black: 600 x 600 dpi
Print Quality, Color: up to 4800 x 1200 optimized dpi
Print Speed: Depends upon percentage of coverage and print mode selected
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Approx. 45 seconds for 100% full-color coverage, Photo Normal Mode
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Approx. 20 seconds for 100% full-color coverage, Text & Graphics Best Mode
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Approx. 12 seconds for 20% coverage Text & Graphics Normal Mode
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Approx. 6 seconds for 100% full coverage Draft Normal Mode
Maximum Print Width: 4.72” (120mm)
Ink Cartridges: Microboards PFP-HC-CYAN, PFP-HC-MAGENTA, PFP-HC-YELLOW, and
PFP-HC-BLACK
Label Editing Software: SureThing™ First Edition Software for Windows included
Supported Formats
Recording format
CD
DVD
CD
Recording capacity (nominal)
Applicable media
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DVD
CD
DVD
CD-ROM Mode 1, CD-ROM XA Mode 2 (form 1, form 2),
Photo CD, CD-DA (Audio CD), CD-Extra, CD-R, CD-RW
DVD-ROM, DVD-+R/RW/DL, DVD-VIDEO
700MB
4.7GB for General DVD
8.3GB for Dual Layer
CD-R, CD-RW
DVD-+R, DVD-+RW, DVD-+R DL
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