Hasselblad Flextight 848
It holds one 57x88mm format unmounted transparency or negative with a 57x88mm total scanning area. There is enough scanning area to capture the data imprinted upon the film strip.
Part Numbers: 50200418, IMA418
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User reviews and opinions
|gleconseil||8:23am on Wednesday, September 29th, 2010|
|Close but no cigar. Maybe the "Vista" version is better than my older one, but Im just avoiding the iP90 now. For the price. This is a great printer to carry in a briefcase with a notebook. Ink is readily available and the print quality is high.|
|Vorlagens.info||9:34pm on Friday, September 10th, 2010|
|This is a great printer to carry in a briefca... High quality print output and color. This printer is a step down from the previous... Slim profile Battery not included, no scanning|
|taurusri||10:58pm on Saturday, August 14th, 2010|
|Great little work horse!! I have had this printer for 3 years and traveled with it all over the world. It has great durability and print quality. A necessity for those who work and travel Very please with my new printer.|
|aussieuser||9:11pm on Tuesday, August 3rd, 2010|
|Highly recommend this for all travelers who want quality prints and low storage areas. light weight, compact ,excellent print quality, versatile.|
|crederic||12:27am on Thursday, July 15th, 2010|
|Great for printing on the move, Good quality prints. Moderate speeds, Not truely mobile without the battery pack.|
|mody||4:36pm on Saturday, June 19th, 2010|
|I really like this printer. Only use it for proofs, printing out directions, that sort of stuff. Dont expect to print more than 5 pages at a time.|
|d_kilshtein||6:00pm on Monday, April 12th, 2010|
|No Comment. No Comment. No Comment. No Comment. Excellent color and the print speed is more than adequate. It suits my needs just fine since I am starved for space in my RV. None yet.|
|Schuluniform||8:45am on Monday, March 29th, 2010|
|Despite of all cons I just bought a new one because of unmatched portability for both documents and photos .|
|mjob||3:35pm on Tuesday, March 16th, 2010|
|I am happy are you But this one now if you can. It is the 2nd one I have gotten.The black ink tanks are still only $6.50 each. This is great if you do the occasional printing in tight spaces. But if you do a lot of printing, you may want to consider something a little larger.|
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Imacon Flextight 848
Looking for a
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high resolution, high density scanner
Imacons state of the art software technology FlexColor offers ease of use and versatility.
Unique High-End quality and speed
The Flextight 848 builds on the foundation of the award winning virtual drum principle. The speed and quality of this scanner exceeds any other product on the market place today. Speed up to 50 Mb per minute Active CCD cooling (noise reduction) True 16 bit color 4.8 Dmax in a single pass scanning Batch scanning Firewire and SCSI interface Clean, no artifacts or extra data generated, Digital Ecology Auto frame detection. Format: 35 mm Portrait 35 mm Landscape 45x60 mm Portrait 60x60 60x70 mm 4x5 Portrait Resolution: Up to 8000 dpi Up to 5000 dpi Up to 4000 dpi Up to 3200 dpi Up to 2040 dpi
PHOTO: Jim Zuckerman
Sharpness Color Shadow Detail No compromise high-end scanning
Flextight 848 Next generation in high-end scanners
Dont be fooled by the sleek design. This is the most powerful high-end CCD scanner on the market today. Flextight 848 offers higher resolution, higher speed, true 16 bit color, batch scanning, auto focus and a lot more. Flextight 848 specifications
Flextight 848 Optic sensor Optical resolution non-interpolated Scan principle Original type Color depth Speed Software Virtual Drum Film (negative/positive) Print 16 bit true color mode 8 or 16 bit Tiff file 50 Mb/min. FlexColor compatible: Mac OS 9+ PC version coming later Density Format Magnification 4.8 Dmax single pass scan Transparency: 35 mm to 12x17 cm Reflex: Up to A4 20% to 3800% Color (24, 32 & 48 bit), greyscale and line art. Batch scanning and batch image processing Max file size Auto focus Frame detection Active cooling Interface Up to 1.2 GB Yes Yes Yes Standard SCSI and Firewire Same as FT 848 No No No Standard SCSI 20% to 3000% Same as FT 848 No batch scanning Scan Modes 4.2 Dmax single pass scan Same as FT 848 Same as FT 848 Film (negative/positive) Print 14 bit true color mode 8 or 16 bit Tiff file 10 Mb/min. Same as FT 848 CCD (3x8000) 80 dpi to 8000 dpi Precision III Same as FT dpi to 6300 dpi
Creating the versatile image file
It has become much more important the same file can be repurposed for any media. Whether the file is used for the web or it is to be printed using high quality offset printing, it is imperative that it look its best. The only way to achieve the highest quality output is to start out with the best of the best quality Raw scan.
The reuse of files requires that the basic file is as large as possible and is clean without artifacts or prior manipulation. Any modification to the basic file whether for colour or other types of manipulation are unacceptable.
Today it makes a lot of sense to create a workflow which suits the requirements of the industry today, and does not forget the demands of tomorrow. FlexColor is the tool able to handle this workflow. FlexColor will have dual functionality, as it is used for scanning and also to prepare files for future reuse.
Virtual Drum the only way to get perfect focus with glass-free optical path. By bending the original, the tension creates a straight scan-line thus eliminating inaccuracies that can cause registration errors and color flaring.
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Batch Feeder for Flextight 848 and 949 Scanners
2005 Hasselblad A/S. All rights reserved. Feeder for Hasselblad Flextight 848 and 949 Scanners Users Guide, Part No 70030031, revision E. The information in this manual is furnished for informational use only, is subject to change without notice, and should not be construed as a commitment by Hasselblad A/S. Hasselblad A/S assumes no responsibility or liability for any errors or inaccuracies that may appear in this manual. Hasselblad A/S assumes no responsibility or liability for loss or damage incurred during or as a result of using Hasselblad software or products. Hasselblad, FlexColor and Flextight are trademarks of Hasselblad A/S. Adobe and Adobe Photoshop are trademarks of Adobe Systems, Inc. Macintosh, Mac OS, FireWire and ColorSync are registered trademarks of Apple Computer, Inc. Printed in Denmark.
Table of Contents
Important Warnings and Restrictions System Requirements Batch Feeder Diagram 5 6
Preparing the Feeder for First Use or after Shipping 7 Mounting and Unmounting the Batch Feeder
Mounting the Batch Feeder Unmounting the Batch Feeder 35
Loading Originals into the Feeder Scanning with the Batch Feeder
Batch Scanning with 3F Custom Setups and Single Scans
Troubleshooting Aligning the Feeder
Adjusting the Feeder Angle Adjusting the Load Position Storing the Feeder Shipping the Feeder
Preparing the Feeder for Storage or Shipping
Preventive Maintenance Disposal Technical Information
Specifications CE Declaration
The Batch Feeder enables you to load up to 10 original holders (up to 60 originals, depending on format) for batch scanning with your Flextight 848 or 949 Scanner. This manual provides important information about using the Batch Feeder for your Flextight 848 or 949 scanner. Topics include: Important warnings and restrictions System requirements Installation instructions Operating instructions Instructions for preparing the unit for transportation Disposal instructions
Important Warnings and Restrictions
General Read all of the included documentation before attempting to install and use the Batch Feeder. Never attach or detach the Feeder when the scanner is switched on. Always use the standard, software-guided procedure when mounting or unmounting the Feeder from your scanner. See Mounting and Unmounting the Batch Feeder on page 8 for details. Keep the original box in which the Feeder was delivered to you. This box is made of sturdy cardboard and includes a foam lining custom cut to hold the Feeder safely and securely. Always store the Feeder in this box when you are not using it. Before shipping the Feeder, always refit the two transportation safety screws and pack it in its original box. If you must return the Feeder to Hasselblad for service, you must use this box for shipping or the shipment will be refused. See Preparing the Feeder for Storage or Shipping on page 31 for instructions.
When you switch on the scanner, the Feeder will position itself into its home position, if not already there. Do not touch the Feeder while the magazine is moving. Before servicing the scanner and/or Feeder, the power supply must be disconnected from the mains (unplugged). It is not sufficient simply to press the on/off button on the scanner. Install the scanner and Feeder in a location where they are not accessible by children. The units contain small openings and moving parts that can cause injury. When using the Feeder, a huge amount of data is generated. Make sure to allocate ample hard disk space for scanned images on the disk of the attached host computer.
When Operating the Feeder Do not touch the Feeder while the magazine is moving. Do not touch the originals or the original holders during scanning. Do not start scanning or previewing until an original holder with an original has been mounted. Flexible original holders are only to be mounted or removed when the drum is in the load position.
For All Users Hasselblad Flextight 848 or 949 Scanner. Additional original holders. For Macintosh Users A computer running Mac OS 10.2.1 or later FlexColor 4.0.2 or later for Mac OS For Windows Users A computer running Windows 2000 or XP FlexColor 4.0.2 or later for Windows
Batch Feeder Diagram
B F G H
Figure 1: Hasselblad Flextight 848 Scanner with Batch Feeder A B C D E F Hasselblad Flextight 848 (or 949) Scanner. Batch Feeder Dust cover: to protect the originals and scanner entrance from dust. Magazine: showing original holder position 1. Magazine: showing original holder position 10. Power Indicator (Green): Remains lit when ready to scan. Flashes when the scanner is switched on. G Motor Drive Indicator (Yellow): lights up when the scanner is repositioning the optics, drum or Feeder magazine. H Scan Indicator (Red): lights up when scanning. Do not touch the scanner or Feeder while this indicator is lit. If the light is flashing when not scanning, then an error has occurred - please contact your Flextight dealer for assistance.
Preparing the Feeder for First Use or after Shipping
Before you begin to use the Feeder, you must remove the two shipping screws that secure the magazine during shipping. They are located near the bottom of the Feeder on the back side, as shown in Figure 2, below. On new Feeders, these are clearly marked by a label, which reminds you to remove them before use.
Figure 2: Location of the shipping screws on the Feeder back panel Be sure to keep both the original packaging and the two shipping screws in a safe place. You should always store the Feeder in its original packaging while you are not using it. You must also replace the shipping screws and use the original packaging if you need to ship the Feeder (for example, to a new studio or back to Hasselblad for service). See also Preparing the Feeder for Storage or Shipping on page 31 for more information about how to ship the Batch Feeder.
Mounting and Unmounting the Batch Feeder
The procedures for both mounting and unmounting the Feeder to/from your scanner require that you use the software-guided procedure, which ensures that the mechanical pars of the scanner and Feeder are correctly aligned for each step. Always use this software feature when you need to mount or unmount the Feeder. Otherwise, you may damage your Feeder and/or scanner. Also, the unmount procedure makes sure that the Feeder is correctly positioned for storage in its original box.
Mounting the Batch Feeder
Always use the software-guided procedure below to mount the Feeder. It is otherwise possible to damage the Feeder and/or scanner while mounting the Feeder 1. If you have not already done so, set up your Flextight Scanner, connect it to your computer and install the FlexColor software as described in your scanner and software user manuals. Confirm that the scanner is working correctly by making a test scan using one of the standard original holders. 2. If there is still an original holder mounted inside the scanner, then remove it. Close the light table, if it is open, by lifting its front edge. See your scanner manual for instructions. 3. Make sure the scanner is turned on and launch the FlexColor software. If FlexColor is already running, then quit and restart the program. 4. Select Maintenance > Feeder from the FlexColor menu bar.
5. The Feeder window opens.
Click on the Mount button. 6. The Mount feeder window opens, which guides you through each step of mounting the Feeder. The procedure here in this manual also describes each step.
Click on the Continue button. 7. The scanner now positions itself to accept the Feeder and shuts itself down. The Mount feeder window updates with new instructions.
8. Get the Batch Feeder and study its back panel. Here you should see an electronic connector (A) and a pair of mounting pins (B), as shown in Figure 3, below.
Figure 3: Back panel of the Batch Feeder, showing the electronic connector (A) and mounting pins (B). 9. Lift the batch-feeder panel on the front of the Flextight Scanner and locate the connector (A) and two mounting holes (B) inside the scanner, as shown below in Figure 4. These match the pins and connector of the Feeder.
Figure 4: Flextight Scanner with the batch-feeder panel open, showing the electronic connector (A) and mounting holes (B).
10. Grasp the Batch Feeder firmly with one hand while holding the batch-scan door open on the scanner with your other hand. Align the connector and pins on the back of the Feeder with the holes and connector inside the scanner. Gently press the Feeder down and in place, making sure that the Feeder sits firmly and has a good connection with the connector. 11. Turn on the scanner by pressing its on/off switch. 12. FlexColor detects that the scanner has been turned back on. The Mount feeder window updates with new instructions.
Click on Done to close the Mount feeder window. 13. If you have never used the Batch Feeder before, try to load it with a full set of 10 original holders and scan them all. If the Feeder works smoothly, then you are ready to begin work. However, if the scanner has trouble moving the original holders in and out, then you may need to align the Feeder to match your individual scanner. In this case, please see Aligning the Feeder on page 23.
Unmounting the Batch Feeder
Always use the software-guided procedure below to unmount the Feeder. It is otherwise possible to damage the Feeder and/or scanner while unmounting the Feeder 1. Turn on the scanner and launch the FlexColor software. 2. Select Maintenance > Feeder from the menu bar. 3. The Feeder window opens.
Press the Unmount button. 4. The feeder moves the magazine into its storage position and FlexColor displays the Mount feeder window.
As instructed in the window, click Continue to prepare the scanner and Feeder for unmounting.
5. The scanner shuts down and the Mount feeder window updates with new instructions.
If there are original holders in the magazine, then remove them all. They should be very easy to removedo not use force. When all original holders have been removed, remove the Feeder itself by lifting it up and away from the scanner. Always store your Feeder by placing it into its original box (see also Preparing the Feeder for Storage or Shipping on page 31). 6. Click on Done to close the Mount feeder window. You now return to the Feeder window.
7. Click on Done to close the Feeder window. 8. If you now want to scan using the standard light table, open the light table and switch on the scanner by pressing its on/off switch.
Loading Originals into the Feeder
Figure 5: Loading originals into the Feeder To load originals into Batch Feeder, refer to Figure 5 and do the following: 1. Important! Use only original holders (A) that are fitted with the special plastic rail (B), otherwise the Feeder will not be able to unload the holder properly. 2. Place your original into an appropriate original holder (A). See your scanner documentation for a complete description of how to work with Flextight original holders. 3. Place the original holder (A) into the first empty slot in the Feeder magazine. Slide it gently into the slot until it comes to a stop. (To remove the original holder, just slide it back out.) NOTE! We recommend that you load original holders into the magazine from the top and down, starting from position 1.
4. Continue loading originals into holders and holders into the scanner until you have either loaded all of your originals or used all 10 slots of the Batch Feeder. 5. Go to your computer and run FlexColor. Use the batch scanning feature of the program to scan your originals as described in Scanning with the Batch Feeder on page 16. See also your FlexColor documentation for detailed instructions. IMPORTANT: Do not touch or remove the original holders while the scanner is running. Always stop scanning before removing holders. One way to stop a scan in progress is to press the scanner on/off button (C); the scanner will then stop scanning, unload the current original holder and shut down.
Scanning with the Batch Feeder
Batch Scanning with 3f
The Batch Feeder is intended as a tool for scanning large numbers of originals in a production environment. For this application, we strongly recommend the 3f workflow for maximum efficiency and flexibility. The 3f image-file format preserves your full-resolution, 16-bit raw scans and keeps a record of settings applied to each exported image. This gives you the flexibility to use all of the image correction and sizing tools in FlexColor while ensuring that no data is lost from your original scan. Once you have made all of the required settings in FlexColor for each image, you can export TIFF or JPEG files in which all of your FlexColor settings are applied. Your settings are stored in the original 3f file, but not applied to it. If you export using different settings, then these are also stored with the original file, providing you with a history of all the exports you have made from the file. A given image might, for example, be optimized several times for use in a black & white newspaper, color brochure, poster and web page. The 3f workflow is fully described in the FlexColor Users Guide. An example of how to use it in a production environment is briefly outlined below. 1. Load the Batch Feeder with up to ten originals as described in Loading Originals into the Feeder on page 14.
2. Instead of using the standard preview/scan workflow in FlexColor, click on the 3f button to open the Scan 3f window.
3. Make the various 3f settings as described in the FlexColor Users Guide. Note the following: Use the Destination setting to select a parent folder in which to save your 3f files. If you would like to create a new sub-folder for each batch, mark the Add job folder check box; then, each time you begin a new 3f batch scan, FlexColor will create a new subfolder below the Destination folder and save the new scans there. Either way, the contents of the most recently used folder will be displayed in the FlexColor Thumbnails window immediately after the batch is finished. All images will have a name based on the value entered in the Image Name field, plus a unique number. When the Batch Feeder is mounted, the frame is always auto detected before each scan. This is because batches are likely to contain several different original formats.
If you have both negative and positive originals in your batch, you should set Film Type to Auto Detection. This will cause FlexColor to analyze each image to decide whether it is negative or positive. It will then use either the Positive Setup or Negative Setup that you have selected. If all of your originals are either positive or negative, then you can set the Film Type to match (or use auto detection). In this case, only one setup selection will be available (Positive Setup or Negative Setup), depending on the film type you have selected. If you would like to export TIFF images automatically using your selected setup, then mark the Save final TIFFs check box. You will still get the 3f images, but TIFF versions will also be saved in a sub-folder below the 3f images. To set highlight and shadow points automatically, mark the Auto levels check box. This will result in automated fine-tuning of your selected setup based on an analysis of each image. This is especially useful when you are using the Save final TIFFs feature. Usually, you should use a Scan Resolution of 100%, which ensures that your 3f files will contain the full scan data possible with your scanner for each original format, allowing for maximum flexibility in the future. However, if you are short on disk space and are sure that you do not need full resolution images, you may consider reducing this value or setting a maximum size. Alternatively, if you are sure that you will use your scans for just one specific purpose with known dimensions and resolution, you might use the Adapt to format settings. Be sure to mark the Feeder check box and to use the From Position and To Position fields to set the first and last original you wish to scan from the Feeder.
4. Click on Scan in the Scan 3f window to scan all of your selected originals to 3f files. To use 3f files, you must use FlexColor to review, process and export the images to standard TIFF or JPEG files, which are compatible with most image-editing and DTP programs. FlexColor provides a virtual light table of all 3f images from a selected folder and enables you to view details, view export history and load each image into the main FlexColor window to make export settings.
As you work with the 3f images in the light table, you can load each image into FlexColor to make settings and then save the settings back in the history for the 3f image. When you have finished making settings for an entire batch, you can then batch-process all images to save them as TIFF or JPEG files with your settings applied. In a production environment, you might choose to store your 3f images on a shared network drive, allowing any computer that has FlexColor installed to open and export images for use even while the scan workstation is busy scanning. Even at sites where there is only one Flextight scanner in use, the FlexColor license agreement permits your organization to install FlexColor on any number of computers at the site.
Custom Setups and Single Scans
As mentioned above, we usually recommend that you use the 3f workflow when working with the Batch Feeder. However, you might sometimes want to use the standard FlexColor batch-scan feature, which enables you to make several different scans from each original and/or use a different setup for each scan. The result of this workflow will be a set of TIFF files with your setups permanently applied to each of them, rather than the more flexible 3f files. The standard batch-scan workflow is fully described in the FlexColor Users Guide. An example of how to use this feature when you have the Batch Feeder attached is given below, which includes some specific advice for using the Feeder. 1. Run FlexColor and click on the Batch Scan button to open the Batch Scan window.
2. If it is not already shown, expand the Feeder heading in the Batch Scan window by clicking on the triangle next to the heading.
3. Set the Position field to the first batch-loader position you wish to scan (1 - 10). You can enter the number directly using your keyboard, or select it by clicking on the up and down buttons next to the field. 4. Click on Preview in the main FlexColor window. The scanner then advances the Feeder to your selected original and makes a preview of the selected original. 5. Select a setup and, if necessary, make image settings, such as rotation, corrections and output size, using the various FlexColor tools as described in the FlexColor Users Guide. 6. Either make a final scan now by clicking on Scan in the main FlexColor window or add the image to the Manual list in the Batch Scan window by clicking on the Add button there (this enables you to set up several scans based on their previews and then scan them all at once later).
If you are using the Manual list, then continue taking previews and adding scans until you have defined all of the scans you wish to make in this batch; then click on Scan in the Batch Scan window to scan them all. For complete details about how to work with the Batch Scan window, please see the FlexColor Users Guide.
Below are a few common problems and how to solve them. Problem: The Feeder is not recognized by the scanner or FlexColor software. Solution: The electronic connection between the scanner and feeder is probably not secure enough. Gently, but firmly, press the Feeder down against the scanner. When the connection is good and the scanner is turned on, the diodes on the front of the Feeder will light. See also Mounting the Batch Feeder on page 8. Problem: The original holders are not fully drawn in or out of the scanner. Solution: The Feeder is probably not aligned correctly for your individual scanner. Check and correct the alignment as described in Aligning the Feeder on page 23. Problem: It is difficult to insert an original holder into one specific slot of the Batch Feeder Solution: There may be an obstruction in the affected slot. Look all the way inside the slot. Here you should see some strips of magnetic tape, which can sometimes come loose. If the tape has come loose, simply press it down using the alignment tool that came with your Feeder.
Aligning the Feeder
The Feeder is pre-adjusted to align perfectly with most individual Flextight 848 and 949 Scanners. However, some scanners may have a drum that is aligned slightly outside of the tolerance range of the Feeder. If your original holders are not being drawn correctly into the scanner, then you may need to adjust your Feeder alignment as described below. You should check both the angle at which it hangs on the scanner and the position at which it loads original holders. In most cases, however, this is not necessary. Usually, you will need to do this just once if at all.
Adjusting the Feeder Angle
The Feeder should hang on the scanner with an even spacing from top to bottom. It should not sit, for example, farther from the scanner at the top than it does from the bottom. Use the procedure below to check the angle and correct it if necessary. 1. Use the software-assisted procedure to mount the Feeder to the scanner as described in Mounting the Feeder on page 8. 2. Check that the Feeder is aligned with the front of the scanner. The air gap in the top and the bottom between the Feeder and the scanner should be equal, as indicated in Figure 6.
Figure 6: Adjusting the Feeder angle 3. If the Feeder looks to be hanging evenly on both the left and right sides, then you are done. Skip the rest of this procedure. 4. If the angle looks like it requires adjustment, then use the softwareassisted procedure to unmount the Feeder from the scanner as described in Unmounting the Feeder on page 12. 5. Find the adjustment tool that was supplied with your Batch Feeder. It is a thin metal bar with notches cut at each end. 6. Use the adjustment tool to loosen the nuts on the opposite side of the two adjustment bolts shown in Figure 7.
Figure 7: Bolts for adjusting the feeder angle 7. Use your fingers to turn the two adjustment bolts until that they look as though they will hold the bottom of the Feeder at the correct angle. 8. Use the software-assisted procedure to remount the Feeder to the scanner as described in Mounting the Feeder on page 8. 9. Check to see if the angle now looks correct. If not, then repeat this procedure until the angle is correct (always use the software-assisted procedure when mounting or unmounting the Feeder). 10. When the angle is set correctly, use the supplied adjustment tool to tighten the two nuts on the back of the adjustment bolts.
Adjusting the Loading Position
The Feeder must be positioned so that it inserts its original holders directly into the clasp mounted on the drum inside the scanner. Use the procedure below only if your original holders are not being drawn in and out of the scanner smoothly during normal operation. 1. If the feeder is currently mounted, then use the software-assisted procedure to unmount the Feeder as described in Unmounting the Feeder on page 12.
2. Find the adjustment tool that was supplied with your Batch Feeder. It is a thin metal bar with notches cut at each end. 3. Use the adjustment tool to loosen the self-locking nut on the right side on the rear of the Feeder as indicated in Figure 8. NOTE! Do not touch similar looking nuts to the left.
Figure 8: Unlocking/locking the Feeder position 4. Use the software-assisted procedure to mount the Feeder to the scanner as described in Mounting the Feeder on page 8. However when you get to the last step, keep the Mount feeder window open (do not click on Done)
5. Click on the Align Feeder button. The Align Feeder window opens, which will now guide you through the procedure of aligning the feeder.
You have already loosened the nut, so just click on Continue. 6. The scanner moves into its adjustment (home) position and the Align Feeder window updates with new instructions.
Place the adjustment tool in the slit between the first and second magazine position on the Feeder as shown in Figure 9. Position the notch at the end of the tool over the adjustment pin inside the Feeder.
Figure 9: Using the adjustment tool 7. Move the adjustment tool left and right to adjust the Feeder position so the Feeder is centered with reference to the grabber for the original holder inside the scanner (see also Figure 10).
Figure 10: Adjusting the Feeder position 8. When you have finished adjusting the Feeder, go back to your computer and click on Continue in the Align Feeder window.
9. The scanner now shuts down and the Align Feeder window updates with new instructions.
Remove the Feeder and use the adjustment tool to re-tighten the selflocking nut on the rear of the Feeder (see also Figure 8, above). 10. Re-mount the Feeder on your scanner and then turn on the scanner. 11. When the scanner comes online, click on Continue in the Align Feeder window. 12. The Align Feeder window updates to tell you that the procedure is complete.
Click on Done to close the Align Feeder window.
13. You now return to the Feeder window.
Click on Done to close the Feeder window. 14. Load original holders into all 10 original holder slots and then scan all of them using FlexColor. They should all now load smoothly in and out of the scanner. If you still experience loading problems at one or more positions, then repeat this procedure. If problems continue after this, please contact your Hasselblad dealer.
Storing the Feeder
To store the Feeder while it is not in use: 1. Detach the Feeder using the software-guided procedure given Unmounting the Batch Feeder on page 12. 2. Retrieve the box in which your Feeder was originally delivered. This box is made of sturdy cardboard and includes a foam lining custom cut to hold the Feeder safely and securely. 3. Lay the box down on the floor or on a table. 4. Open the box, remove the top slab of foam and set it aside. 5. Align the Feeder so that it will fit into the cut foam. 6. Lower the Feeder into the box. 7. Replace the top slab and close the box. The Feeder is now prepared for storage
Shipping the Feeder
If you need to ship the feeder, for example to a new studio or back to Hasselblad for service, then do the following: 1. Detach the Feeder using the software-guided procedure given Unmounting the Batch Feeder on page 12. 2. Retrieve both the original shipping screws and storage/shipping box in which your Feeder was originally delivered.
3. Examine the bottom of the back side of the Feeder and locate the two holes used to secure the magazine during shipping (see Figure 11, below). Insert the shipping screws into these holes and tighten them into place so that the magazine is secured. 4. Get the original box and lay down on the floor or on a table. 5. Open the box, remove the top slab of foam and set it aside. 6. Align the Feeder so that it will fit into the cut foam. 7. Lower the Feeder into the box. 8. Replace the top slab and close the box. 9. Use packaging tape to secure the top flaps of the box. We recommend that you also wrap the box in strong shipping paper.
Figure 11: Holes for inserting the shipping screws on the back of the Feeder If you need to return the Feeder to Hasselblad for repair, it must be shipped in its original box. Hasselblad will not accept shipment if the Feeder is shipped in anything other than its original box.
All Flextight scanners should be serviced every 25,000 scans or every 12 months, whichever comes first. If a Feeder is mounted, the recommended number of scans is 15,000 provided that the feeder is mounted for all scans. Please note that previews are also counted as scans. Newer Flextight scanners have a counter installed so that the number of scans can be monitored from FlexColor. Please refer to the FlexColor manual to learn more about monitoring the number of scans. Failures or faults originating from lack of service and/or daily maintenance are not covered by the factory warranty.
If you need to dispose of the Feeder, it must be delivered to an authorized waste plant for electronics equipment.
Scanners supported Scanner footprint with feeder Weight Maximum batch Flextight 848 and x 42 cm 3.1 kg 10 Flextight original holders (up to 60 originals, depending on format) All transparency formats that are supported by Flexholders FlexColor 4.0.2 or later Mac OS X 10.2.1 (or later) Windows 2000 (or later) (See FlexColor data sheet or manual for full computer requirements) up to 8000 ppi Depends on format. For example: 50, 35 mm originals (in 5 x 35 mm holders) can be scanned to 50, 50 MB 3f files in approximately 60 minutes.
Original types Scan software Computer OS
Maximum resolution Scanning speed
CHA-S634 LX8500W 01 Travelmate 3240 HTR-5240RDS SD210U RR-US361 B-300 Start EP2120 Combo 702-30 Twin CGA5722-00 GM-X334 Travelmate 4650 ESP 3200 Solidworks 2005 NX-148 52LB5DF GL2200 NX7400 Cdmix1 GWA504 EW 100 Review SU-8W Pqf22 Screenplay 8100LC CCD-TRV46E Touch PRO TI314BS1 1F82-261 46 S-SE KX-T7730 Controller 5 SDK 70 Navi BC-CSQ Roland FP-3 Alcatel-lucent 4039 DV-SP504E WD-10302TUP RX-MDX85 SCH-R351 32PF5321 54DT-25S HVT52 Humminbird 717 FC-40 ASK Yoda SDV2740 SAM 2010 Range Hood LX700 EWF551 C 23 SRV-3030D F65010VI SC-LX83 GC-L207WTQ Pc T91 U900 Soul - 2001 Zap II Mobile Scanmaker I800 Faxjet 525 MFC-7150C XD300U Ericsson T28S Profile 632 Master DSC-W30 HD3U-40 Canon AV-1 NN-V673 Hmta1 SF-555P AL-1642CS TL-SG1024 CDX-C6850R MCB395 AL1751W DSC-P52 P4S800-MX Expedition-1998 Reference Atlinks 2315 UE-46C6730 PSC 1600 HT30746 ALL-IN-ONE Wiport 22LU5000 VPL-PX21 Intruder M800 KX-F2300E Blitzkrieg LM-U1350A Powershot A30 MF4690
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