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Large-Format Printers usually have a special adjustment process in the factory to ensure the correct spacing

between the Print Head and the Belt. This distance (also known as PBS "Pint Head to Belt Spacing") is very important

as the Printer's algorithms uses it to calculate when the ink drop needs to be fired from the Print Head to place it on

top of the media. This parabola is calculated assuming the PBS is 2.3mm with a tolerance of 0.5mm. By ensuring this

PBS distance is within specs, printer's Image Quality is also ensured.

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