For anyone that owns and/or uses a dye-sub photo printer, you are probably painfully aware of the printer supply shortages that the industry experienced throughout last year. DNP, the largest manufacturer of dye-sub printer supplies in the world was hit by a double whammy in the first quarter of 2011.
Tag: DS 40
If you want to make color or density changes to your prints on a DNP DS40, DNP DS80 or the DNP DSRX1 here are the steps to make them: Any changes you make must be made in two areas in the driver for it to work. Go to the DSXX
The DNP DS40 is our best selling 4×6, 5×7, 6×8 printer – for obvious reasons: speed, quality, cost/print, build, but not because of the print tray. Recently there has been some confusion regarding what tray (or print catcher) comes with the DS40 printer. Part of the mix-up comes from the
If you own a DNP DS40 or DNP DS80, I hope it never jams, and it probably won’t. However, if it does, the PDF document below will walk you through the process of removing jams from the cutter assembly. The procedure is the same for the DNP DS40 and the
Ronnie, Imaging Spectrum’s Operations Manager and technical Cow Boss, is getting a lot of questions on how to load paper in the DNP DS40 Photo Printer. He took the situation by the horns and banged out this video… Here is another video highlighting the print speed of the DNP
Update July 2017: This utility will also work with the DNP DSRX1 Photo Booth Printer and DNP DS620A. The latest version is 126.96.36.199 Update May 30: This utility will also work with the DNP DSRX1 Photo Booth Printer. Want to know how many prints you have made on your DNP